The Folly of Jim Crow : Rethinking the Segregated South

By: Cole, StephanieContributor(s): Ring, Natalie J | Ring, Natalie J | Stein, Melissa | Perdue, Theda | Wallenstein, Peter | Bay, Mia | Dailey, JaneMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandWalter Prescott Webb Memorial Lectures, published for the University of Texas at Arlington by Texas A&M University Press: Publisher: College Station : Texas A&M University Press, 2012Description: 1 online resource (234 p.)ISBN: 9781603446617Subject(s): African American women -- Southern States -- Social conditions -- 19th century | African American women -- Southern States -- Social conditions -- 20th century | African Americans -- Segregation -- Southern States | Southern States -- Race relations -- History -- 19th century | Southern States -- Race relations -- History -- 20th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Folly of Jim Crow : Rethinking the Segregated SouthDDC classification: 305.800975 LOC classification: E185.92 .F65 2012Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Title Page; Contents; Preface; Introduction w. fitzhugh brundage; 1. Identity, Marriage, and Schools:Life along the Color Line/ s in the Era of Plessy v. Ferguson peter wallenstein; 2. Southern Indians and Jim Crow theda perdue; 3. The "New Race Question":The Problem of Poor Whites and the Color Line natalie j. ring; 4. "Nature is the Author of Such Restrictions":Science, Ethnological Medicine, and Jim Crow melissa stein; 5. From the "Ladies' Car" to the "Colored Car":Black Female Travelers in the Segregated South mia bay
6. Is Marriage a Civil Right?The Politics of Intimacy in the Jim Crow Era jane daileyIndex
Summary: Although the origins, application, and socio-historical implications of the Jim Crow system have been studied and debated for at least the last three-quarters of a century, nuanced understanding of this complex cultural construct is still evolving, according to Stephanie Cole and Natalie J. Ring, coeditors of The Folly of Jim Crow: Rethinking the Segregated South. Indeed, they suggest, scholars may profit from a careful examination of previous assumptions and conclusions along the lines suggested by the studies in this important new collection. Based on the March 20
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Title Page; Contents; Preface; Introduction w. fitzhugh brundage; 1. Identity, Marriage, and Schools:Life along the Color Line/ s in the Era of Plessy v. Ferguson peter wallenstein; 2. Southern Indians and Jim Crow theda perdue; 3. The "New Race Question":The Problem of Poor Whites and the Color Line natalie j. ring; 4. "Nature is the Author of Such Restrictions":Science, Ethnological Medicine, and Jim Crow melissa stein; 5. From the "Ladies' Car" to the "Colored Car":Black Female Travelers in the Segregated South mia bay

6. Is Marriage a Civil Right?The Politics of Intimacy in the Jim Crow Era jane daileyIndex

Although the origins, application, and socio-historical implications of the Jim Crow system have been studied and debated for at least the last three-quarters of a century, nuanced understanding of this complex cultural construct is still evolving, according to Stephanie Cole and Natalie J. Ring, coeditors of The Folly of Jim Crow: Rethinking the Segregated South. Indeed, they suggest, scholars may profit from a careful examination of previous assumptions and conclusions along the lines suggested by the studies in this important new collection. Based on the March 20

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