Frances Ellen Watkins Harper : African American Reform Rhetoric and the Rise of a Modern Nation State
By: Stancliff, Michael.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Studies in American Popular History and Culture: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2011Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (221 p.).ISBN: 9780203848258.Subject(s): African American feminists - History - 19th century | African American social reformers - History - 19th century | Black nationalism - United States - History - 19th century | Feminism - United States - History - 19th century | Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins - Criticism and interpretation | Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins - Literary style | Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins - Political and social views | Rhetoric - Political aspects - United States - History - 19th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Frances Ellen Watkins Harper : African American Reform Rhetoric and the Rise of a Modern Nation StateDDC classification: 811.3 | 818.3 | 818/.3 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Figures; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Frances Harper and Nineteenth-Century African American Rhetorical Pedagogy; 1 Composing Character: Cultural Sources of African American Rhetorical Pedagogy; 2 Reconstruction and Black Republican Pedagogy; 3 Temperance Pedagogy: Lessons of Character in a Drunken Economy; 4 Black Ireland: The Political Economics of African American Rhetorical Pedagogy after Reconstruction; 5 Not as a Mere Dependent: The Historic Mission of African American Women's Rhetoric at the End of the Century; Afterword
Appendix: A Selected Chronology of Writing and Oratory by Frances Ellen Watkins HarperNotes; Bibliography; Index
This book traces long and prolific career of prominent early feminist, abolitionist, and civil rights advocate Frances Ellen Watkins Harper. It explores her radical egalitarian vision in all its rich rhetorical and historic context and establishes the lasting relevance of that vision for civil rights and human rights workers today.
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