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Interconnections : Gender and Race in American History / edited by Carol Faulkner, Alison M. Parker.

Contributor(s): Faulkner, Carol | Parker, Alison M.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Gender and race in American history: Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781580467865; 1580467865.Subject(s): African American women -- History -- Congresses | African American women -- Race identity -- Congresses | Gender identity -- United States -- History -- Congresses | Sex role -- United States -- History -- Congresses | Feminist theory -- United States -- CongressesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 305.48/896073 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Historicizing intersectionality as a critical lens : returning to the work of Anna Julia Cooper / Vivian M. May -- "Laissez les bons temps rouler!" and other concealments : households, taverns, and irregular intimacies in antebellum New Orleans / Rashauna J. Chenault -- "There are two great oceans" : the slavery metaphor in the antebellum women's rights discourse as redescription of race and gender / Hélène Quanquin -- "Grandpa brown didn't have no land" : race, gender, and an intruder of color in Indian Territory / Kendra Taira Field -- Countable bodies, uncountable crimes : sexual assault and the antilynching movement / Michelle Kuhl -- Persecuting black men and gendering jury service : the interplay between race and gender in the NAACP jury service cases of the 1930s / Meredith Clark-Wiltz -- A "corrupting influence" : idleness and sexuality during the Great Depression / Michele Mitchell -- What women want : the paradoxes of postmodernity as seen through Promise Keeper and Million Man March women / Deborah Gray White -- Epilogue : gender and race as cultural barriers to black women in politics / Carol Moseley Braun.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Historicizing intersectionality as a critical lens : returning to the work of Anna Julia Cooper / Vivian M. May -- "Laissez les bons temps rouler!" and other concealments : households, taverns, and irregular intimacies in antebellum New Orleans / Rashauna J. Chenault -- "There are two great oceans" : the slavery metaphor in the antebellum women's rights discourse as redescription of race and gender / Hélène Quanquin -- "Grandpa brown didn't have no land" : race, gender, and an intruder of color in Indian Territory / Kendra Taira Field -- Countable bodies, uncountable crimes : sexual assault and the antilynching movement / Michelle Kuhl -- Persecuting black men and gendering jury service : the interplay between race and gender in the NAACP jury service cases of the 1930s / Meredith Clark-Wiltz -- A "corrupting influence" : idleness and sexuality during the Great Depression / Michele Mitchell -- What women want : the paradoxes of postmodernity as seen through Promise Keeper and Million Man March women / Deborah Gray White -- Epilogue : gender and race as cultural barriers to black women in politics / Carol Moseley Braun.

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