SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies: African American Studies

African American Life in the Georgia Lowcountry
The Atlantic World and the Gullah Geechee

African Americans in the South
Issues of Race, Class, and Gender

Africanisms in Afro-American Language Varieties

The Afro-American Tradition in Decorative Arts

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life?
The People of Johns Island South Carolina—Their Faces, Their Words, and Their Songs

All for Civil Rights
Black Lawyers in South Carolina, 1868–1968

Alone atop the Hill
The Autobiography of Alice Dunnigan, Pioneer of the National Black Press

The Amistad Revolt
Memory, Slavery, and the Politics of Identity in the United States and Sierra Leone

Been Here and Gone

Black April

Black Masculinity and the U.S. South
From Uncle Tom to Gangsta

The Black Newspaper and the Chosen Nation

Black on Earth
African American Ecoliterary Traditions

Black Scholar
Horace Mann Bond, 1904–1972

Bright Skin

Camera Man's Journey
Julian Dimock's South

Caste and Class
The Black Experience in Arkansas, 1880–1920

Catfish Dream
Ed Scott's Fight for His Family Farm and Racial Justice in the Mississippi Delta

Chained to the Rock of Adversity
To Be Free, Black, and Female in the Old South

Civil Rights and Beyond
African American and Latino/a Activism in the Twentieth-Century United States

Civil Rights and the Idea of Freedom

The Civil Rights Reader
American Literature from Jim Crow to Reconciliation

Critical Memory
Public Spheres, African American Writing, and Black Fathers and Sons in America

The Crucible of Carolina
Essays in the Development of Gullah Language and Culture

A Curse upon the Nation
Race, Freedom, and Extermination in America and the Atlantic World

The Dark Side of Hopkinsville

A Documentary History of Slavery in North America

Drums and Shadows
Survival Studies Among the Georgia Coastal Negroes

An Autobiography

Eugene Bullard, Black Expatriate in Jazz-Age Paris

Free Labor in an Unfree World
White Artisans in Slaveholding Georgia, 1789–1860

Generations in Black and White
Photographs from the James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection

Gettin' Around
Jazz, Script, Transnationalism

Grace Towns Hamilton and the Politics of Southern Change

The Grandissimes

Green Thursday

Gullah Folktales from the Georgia Coast

The Gullah People and Their African Heritage

He Included Me
The Autobiography of Sarah Rice

The Herndons
An Atlanta Family

The House Behind the Cedars

Hush, Child! Can't You Hear the Music?

In the Way of Our Grandmothers
A Cultural View of Twentieth-Century Midwifery in Florida

Jean Toomer's Years with Gurdjieff
Portrait of an Artist, 1923–1936

John Oliver Killens
A Life of Black Literary Activism

Justice Leah Ward Sears
Seizing Serendipity

Legba's Crossing
Narratology in the African Atlantic

Love and Narrative Form in Toni Morrison's Later Novels

Making Black History
The Color Line, Culture, and Race in the Age of Jim Crow

Making Freedom Pay
North Carolina Freedpeople Working for Themselves, 1865-1900

A Man Called White
The Autobiography of Walter White

Mary Turner and the Memory of Lynching

Neo–Segregation Narratives
Jim Crow in Post–Civil Rights American Literature

New Negro Politics in the Jim Crow South

New Perspectives on James Weldon Johnson's The Autobiography of an Ex-colored Man

On Slavery's Border
Missouri's Small-Slaveholding Households, 1815–1865

Penn Center
A History Preserved

Phillis Wheatley
Biography of a Genius in Bondage

The Politics of Black Citizenship
Free African Americans in the Mid-Atlantic Borderland, 1817–1863

Reconsidering Roots
Race, Politics, and Memory

Rehearsal for Reconstruction
The Port Royal Experiment

Remembering Medgar Evers
Writing the Long Civil Rights Movement

The Rise and Progress of Negro Colleges in Georgia, 1865-1949

Sacral Grooves, Limbo Gateways
Travels in Deep Southern Time, Circum-Caribbean Space, Afro-creole Authority

Sacred Mission, Worldly Ambition
Black Christian Nationalism in the Age of Jim Crow

Scarlet Sister Mary

Sentimental Confessions
Spiritual Narratives of Nineteenth-Century African American Women

Shout Because You're Free
The African American Ring Shout Tradition in Coastal Georgia

Slave Songs of the Georgia Sea Islands

Slavery and Freedom in Savannah

Slavery in the Caribbean Francophone World
Distant Voices, Forgotten Acts, Forged Identities

The Southern Hospitality Myth
Ethics, Politics, Race, and American Memory

The Star Creek Papers

Step It Down
Games, Plays, Songs, and Stories from the Afro-American Heritage

Teaching Equality
Black Schools in the Age of Jim Crow

The Black Panther Party in a City Near You

To Build Our Lives Together
Community Formation in Black Atlanta, 1875–1906

An Uncommon Faith
A Pragmatic Approach to the Study of African American Religion

Visible Man
The Life of Henry Dumas

Voice of Deliverance
The Language of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Its Sources

Wake Up Dead Man
Hard Labor and Southern Blues

The Way It Was in the South
The Black Experience in Georgia

We're Heaven Bound!
Portrait of a Black Sacred Drama

What Virtue There Is in Fire
Cultural Memory and the Lynching of Sam Hose

When Roots Die
Endangered Traditions on the Sea Islands

William Wells Brown
A Reader

Willie Mae

Without Regard to Sex, Race, or Color
The Past, Present, and Future of One Historically Black College

Woman of Color, Daughter of Privilege
Amanda America Dickson, 1849–1893

Women's Work, Men's Work
The Informal Slave Economies of Lowcountry Georgia