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by Steven Gregory
Author: Steven Gregory
Publisher: Garland Publishing Inc.; 1 edition (December 31, 1999)
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New York: Basic Books. Santería in New York City: A study in cultural resistance. Building holistic HIV/AIDS responses in African American urban faith communities: A qualitative, multiple case study analysis. Family and Community Health, 28(2), 184–205.
New York: Basic Books. The dead sell memories: An anthro- pological study of Santeria in New York City. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Rutgers University, New Brunswick. New York: Garland Publishing. Grosfoguel, . & Georas, C. S. (2000). Coloniality of power and racial dynamics: Notes toward a reinterpretation of Latino Caribbeans in New York City.
Providing new insight into debates over race and representation in the media, this ethnographic study explores the ways in which African Americans are depicted in television situation comedies and the meanings that African American audiences assign to such representations.
This study was a legal history on the fugitive question in the state of Ohio. History 259: Slave Rebellions in New York City. Office: 134 Physical Science bealtnta
This study was a legal history on the fugitive question in the state of Ohio. 6 Two studies that have come close to giving a profile of the runaway slave as an individual have been those by Lorenzo J. Greene and Gerald Mullin. However, in these cases, the authors neglected the legal side of the question, Greene's work, an article published in 1944, entitled "The New England Negro as Seen in Advertisements for Runaway Slaves," probably came closer to giving a complete profile of runaway slaves than any work to date. Office: 134 Physical Science bealtnta. edu Office Hours: T: 4-5:00 (for this class only).
Middletown studies were sociological case studies of the white residents of City of Muncie in Indiana conducted by Robert Staughton Lynd and Helen Merrell Lynd, husband-and-wife sociologists. The Lynds' findings were detailed in Middletown: A Study in Modern American Culture, published in 1929, and Middletown in Transition: A Study in Cultural Conflicts, published in 1937.
Santer ± ıa in New York City: A Study in Cultural Resistance Burning with a Flame in America’: African American Women in. .The Cooking of History: How Not to Study Afro-Cuban Religion. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Santer ± ıa in New York City: A Study in Cultural Resistance. Hall, David . ed. 1997. Lived Religion in America: Toward a History of Practice. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Burning with a Flame in America’: African American Women in African-Derived Traditions. Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 17, no. 2:89–106. Yoruba Traditions and African American Religious Nationalism. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press. Partridge, Christopher H. 2004.
In Black Corona, Steven Gregory examines political culture and activism in an African-American neighborhood in New York City. Race, Rubbish, and Resistance: Empowering Difference in Community Politics. The Devil Behind the Mirror: Globalization and Politics in the Dominican Republic.
Middletown in Transition: A Study in Cultural Conflicts (Harvest/Hbj Book) . A study of the lives of the citizens of an average American town in the 1920s, the book became a best-seller and a standard text for sociology students. The Lynds followed up on Middletown residents in the 1930s, producing the volume Middletown in Transition: A Study in Cultural Conflicts. In addition to these collaborative works with her husband, Lynd also had a successful independent career in academia. When this book was written, it was absolutely revolutionary: it was the first time someone had used anthropological tecniques on a modern American town!
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) is an organization dedicated to the study and appreciation of African-American History.
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) is an organization dedicated to the study and appreciation of African-American History. It is a non-profit organization founded in Chicago, Illinois, on September 9, 1915, and incorporated in Washington, . on October 2, 1915, as the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH) by Carter G. Woodson, William B. Hartgrove, George Cleveland Hall, Alexander L. Jackson, and James E. Stamps.
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It begins by considering centuries of New York City history and the structural element. aperback – 2019-01-17 Routledge Studies in African American History and Culture. The Art of the Black Essay. This interdisciplinary and creative study examines how African American culture is presented in American films and other media, and is a provocative re-reading of the historiography of black culture. The author examines and interprets a number of cultural texts deriving memory as interpreted b. aperback – 2016-08-26 Routledge Studies in African American History and Culture. Carl Van Vechten and the Harlem Renaissance.
African Americans lost their African culture during slavery. Vodun, Santería, and Candomblé are examples of African spiritual survivals and retentions.