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The new encyclopedia of Southern culture. Volume 24, Race /

Thomas C. Holt and Laurie B. Green, volume editors ; Charles Reagan Wilson, general editor ; James G. Thomas Jr., managing editor ; Ann J. Abadie, associate editor.

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Names: Holt, Thomas C. | Green, Laurie B. | Wilson, Charles Reagan, | Thomas, James G., | Abadie, Ann J.,
Published: Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, [2013]
Series: New encyclopedia of Southern culture ; v. 24.
Topics: African Americans - Southern States - Encyclopedias. | Hispanic Americans - Southern States - Encyclopedias. | Asian Americans - Southern States - Encyclopedias. | HISTORY - United States - State & Local - South (AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV) | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Ethnic Studies - African American Studies.
Regions: Southern States - Race relations - Encyclopedias. | Southern States - Ethnic relations - Encyclopedias. | Southern States - Social conditions - Encyclopedias. | Southern States.
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245 04|aThe new encyclopedia of Southern culture.|nVolume 24,|pRace /|cThomas C. Holt and Laurie B. Green, volume editors ; Charles Reagan Wilson, general editor ; James G. Thomas Jr., managing editor ; Ann J. Abadie, associate editor.
246 30|aRace
264 1|aChapel Hill :|bThe University of North Carolina Press,|c[2013]
264 4|c©2013
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490 1 |aThe new encyclopedia of Southern culture ;|vv. 24
500 |a"Published with the assistance of the Anniversary Endowment Fund of the University of North Carolina Press"--Title page verso.
500 |aOne of a series of volumes that build upon the original 24 subject categories used in the Encyclopedia of Southern culture, originally published in 1989.
500 |a"Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi."
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
505 0 |aRace and culture in an ever-changing South -- Advertising (early), African American stereotypes in -- African American landowners -- African influence -- Agriculture, race, and transnational labor -- Asian American narratives between black and white -- Asians, Mexicans, interracialism, and racial ambiguities -- Atlantic world -- Civil rights, African American -- Civil rights, Mexican American -- Convict lease system and peonage -- Criminal justice -- Etiquette of race relations in the Jim Crow South -- Evolution of the southern economy -- Jews, race, and southernness -- Labor, postbellum -- Literature -- Lynching and racial violence -- Medical care and public health -- Medical science, racial ideology, and practice, to reconstruction -- Migration, black -- Migration, Latino -- Migration, White -- Music, recordings -- Native American removal, l 1800-1840 -- Native Americans and African Americans -- Pacific worlds and the south -- Racial terror and citizenship -- Racial uplift -- Religion, black -- Religion, Latino -- Religion, native American -- Religion, white supremacist -- Segregation, desegregation, and resegregation -- Segregationists use of media -- Slavery and emancipation -- Southern Indians and the problems of race -- Southern politics and race -- Sports and segregation/integration -- African Americans, Appalachian -- Afro-Cubans -- Afro-Seminole creole -- Alabama blacks to Mexico -- Armstrong, Louis -- Baker, Ella Jo -- The birth of a nation -- Black soldiers in Cuba and Puerto Rico -- Blues -- Bontemps, Arna -- Brown, Sterling Allen -- Chesnutt, Charles Waddell -- Chinese -- Cooper, Anna Julia Haywood -- Country music -- Delta -- Dixon, Thomas, Jr. -- Douglass, Frederick -- Du Bois, W.E.B. -- Faulkner, William -- French -- Hurston, Zora Neale -- Japanese American incarceration during World War II -- Jazz -- King, Martin Luther, Jr. -- Ku Klux Klan, civil rights era to the present -- Ku Klux Klan, reconstruction-era -- Ku Klux Klan, second (1915-1944) -- Mardi Gras Indians -- Martin Luther King Jr. Day -- Mason-Dixon line -- Memphis sanitation workers' strike -- Migrant workers -- Muscle shoals -- Police brutality in the urban south -- Rodgers, Jimmie -- Segregation and train travel -- Soul music -- Southern regional council -- State sovereignty commissions -- Stax records -- Till, Emmett -- Tuskegee Syphilis study -- Vietnamese -- Voting Rights Act (1965) -- Walker, Alice -- Walker, Margaret -- Washington, Booker T. -- WDIA -- Wells-Barnett, Ida B. -- Williams, Hank -- Wright, Richard.
505 00|tRace and Culture in an Ever-Changing South --|tAdvertising (Early), African American Stereotypes in /|rGrace Elizabeth Hale --|tAfrican American Landowners /|rMark Schultz --|tAfrican Influences /|rJohn Michael Vlach --|tAgriculture, Race, and Transnational Labor /|rVerónica Martínez Matsuda --|tAsian American Narratives between Black and White /|rLeslie Bow --|tAsians, Mexicans, Interracialism, and Racial Ambiguities /|rJulia María Schiavone Camacho --|tAtlantic World /|rZada Johnson And Shannon Lee Dawdy --|tCivil Rights, African American /|rWaldo Martin --|tCivil Rights, Mexican American /|rBrian D. Behnken --|tConvict Lease System and Peonage /|rPaul M. Pruitt Jr. --|tCriminal Justice /|rSeth Kotch --|tEtiquette of Race Relations in the Jim Crow South /|rJennifer Ritterhouse --|tEvolution of the Southern Economy /|rSusan Eva O'Donovan --|tJews, Race, and Southernness /|rAllison Schottenstein --|tLabor, Postbellum /|rRobert H. Zieger --|tLiterature /|rCharles Reagan Wilson.
505 80|tLynching and Racial Violence /|rWilliam I. Hair And Amy Louise Wood --|tMedical Care and Public Health /|rGretchen Long --|tMedical Science, Racial Ideology, and Practice, to Reconstruction /|rRana Asali Hogarth --|tMigration, Black /|rJames R. Grossman --|tMigration, Latino /|rOwen J. Furuseth --|tMigration, White /|rCharles Reagan Wilson --|tMusic, Recordings /|rKarl Hagstrom Miller --|tNative American Removal, 1800-1840 /|rJames Taylor Carson --|tNative Americans and African Americans /|rTiya Miles --|tPacific Worlds and the South /|rMoon-Ho Jung --|tRacial Terror and Citizenship /|rHannah Rosen --|tRacial Uplift /|rCharles Reagan Wilson --|tReligion, Black /|rAlbert J. Raboteau --|tReligion, Latino /|rMarie Friedmann Marquardt --|tReligion, Native American /|rJoel Martin --|tReligion, White Supremacist /|rPaul Harvey --|tSegregation, Desegregation, and Resegregation /|rJean Van Delinder --|tSegregationists' Use of Media /|rGeorge Lewis.
505 80|tSlavery and Emancipation /|rNancy Bercaw --|tSouthern Indians and the Problem of Race /|rTheda Perdue --|tSouthern Politics and Race /|rMarvin P. King Jr. --|tSports and Segregation/Integration /|rCharles K. Ross --|tAfrican Americans, Appalachian /|rMichael Crutcher --|tAfro-Cubans /|rSusan D. Greenbaum --|tAfro-Seminole Creole /|rIan Hancock --|tAlabama Blacks to Mexico /|rJohn Mckiernan Gonzales --|tArmstrong, Louis (1900-1971) Jazz Musician and Entertainer /|rCurtis D. Jerde --|tBaker, Ella Jo (1903-1986) Civil Rights Activist /|rSharon Harley --|tThe Birth of a Nation /|rJoan L. Silverman --|tBlack Soldiers in Cuba and Puerto Rico /|rSherri Charleston --|tBlues /|rAli Colleen Neff --|tBontemps, Arna (1902-1973) Writer and Scholar /|rJessica Foy --|tBrown, Sterling Allen (1901-1989) Teacher, Poet, Literary Critic /|rJoni Johnson Williams --|tChesnutt, Charles Waddell (1858-1932) Writer /|rWilliam L. Andrews --|tChinese /|rMelinda Chow --|tCooper, Anna Julia Haywood (1858-1964) Writer /|rTodd Vogel --|tCountry Music /|rCharles Reagan Wilson.
505 80|tDelta /|rJames C. Cobb --|tDixon, Thomas, Jr. (1864-1946) Writer /|rMichele Gillespie --|tDouglass, Frederick (1808-1895) Black Leader /|rDavid W. Blight --|tDu Bois, W.E.B. (1868-1963) Historian, Sociologist, Editor, Novelist /|rArnold Rampersad --|tFaulkner, William (1897-1962) Writer /|rCarl E. Rollyson Jr. --|tFrench /|rMichael D. Picone And Amanda Lafleur --|tHurston, Zora Neale (ca. 1901-1960) Writer and Folklorist /|rElvin Holt --|tJapanese American Incarceration during World War II /|rJohn Howard --|tJazz /|rCeleste Day Moore --|tKing, Martin Luther, Jr. (1929-1968) Civil Rights Leader /|rLewis V. Baldwin --|tKu Klux Klan, Civil Rights Era to the Present /|rStacia Gilliard-Matthews --|tKu Klux Klan, Reconstruction-Era /|rElaine Frantz Parsons --|tKu Klux Klan, Second (1915-1944) /|rKris Durocher And Amy Louise Wood --|tMardi Gras Indians /|rJoyce Marie Jackson --|tMartin Luther King Jr. Day /|rCharles Reagan Wilson --|tMason-Dixon Line /|rElizabeth M. Makowski.
505 80|tMemphis Sanitation Workers' Strike /|rLaurie B. Green --|tMigrant Workers /|rDavid Griffith --|tMuscle Shoals /|rChristopher M. Reali --|tPolice Brutality in the Urban South /|rLeonard N. Moore --|tRodgers, Jimmie (1897-1933) Country Music Singer /|rNolan Porterfield --|tSegregation and Train Travel /|rGrace Elizabeth Hale --|tSoul Music /|rChristopher M. Reali --|tSouthern Regional Council /|rAnders Walker --|tState Sovereignty Commissions /|rYasuhiro Katagiri --|tStax Records /|rAjay Kalra --|tTill, Emmett (1941-1955) Civil Rights Martyr /|rPhilip C. Kolin --|tTuskegee Syphilis Study /|rRueben Warren --|tVietnamese /|rEric Tang --|tVoting Rights Act (1965) /|rOrville Vernon Burton --|tWalker, Alice (b. 1944) Writer /|rElizabeth Gaffney --|tWalker, Margaret (1913-1998) Author /|rEthel Young-Minor --|tWashington, Booker T. (1856-1915) Educator /|rLouis R. Harlan --|tWDIA /|rBill Barlow --|tWells-Barnett, Ida B. (1862-1931) Journalist and Social Activist /|rPatricia A. Schechter --|tWilliams, Hank (1923-1953) Country Music Singer /|rBill C. Malone --|tWright, Richard (1908-1960) Writer /|rJohn M. Reilly.
520 |a"There is no denying that race is a critical issue in understanding the South. However, this concluding volume of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture challenges previous understandings, revealing the region's rich, ever-expanding diversity and providing new explorations of race relations. In 36 thematic and 29 topical essays, contributors examine such subjects as the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, Japanese American incarceration in the South, relations between African Americans and Native Americans, Chinese men adopting Mexican identities, Latino religious practices, and Vietnamese life in the region. Together the essays paint a nuanced portrait of how concepts of race in the South have influenced its history, art, politics, and culture beyond the familiar binary of black and white."--Publisher's website.
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