Volume 102, No. 1 Winter 2017 Special Issue Rediscovering and Reassessing Frederick Douglass's Novella The Heroic Slave



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INDEX TO VOLUME 102
The Journal of African American History

Volume 102, No. 1 Winter 2017

Special Issue
"Rediscovering and Reassessing Frederick Douglass's Novella The Heroic Slave."
Guest Editors John R. McKivigan and Jane E. Schultz

Contents
FREDERICK DOUGLASS’S FORAY INTO FICTION: CONSIDERING THE CONTEXT OF RECENT WORK ON THE HEROIC SLAVE

John R. McKivigan and Jane E. Schultz… 1

THE NONFICTION MADISON WAHINGTON COMPARED TO THE CHARACTER IN FREDERICK DOUGLASS’S THE HEROIC SLAVE AND SIMILAR CIVIL WAR-ERA FICTION



Stanley Harrold… 8
INSURRECTION AS RIGHTEOUS REBELLION IN THE HEROIC SLAVE AND BEYOND

L. Diane Barnes… 21
AUTOGRAPHS FOR FREEDOM AND REACHING A NEW ABOLITIONIST CONSTITUENCY

John R. McKivigan and Rebecca A. Pattillo… 35
GIMME SHELTER: THE IRONIES OF REFUGE IN FREDERICK DOUGLASS’S THE HEROIC SLAVE

Jane E. Schultz… 52
COMMENTARY: CONTEXTUALING AND REREADING THE HEROIC SLAVE

Robert S. Levine… 64

BOOK REVIEWS


Gregory E. O’Malley, FINAL PASSAGES: THE INTERCOLONIAL SLAVE TRADE OF BRITISH AMERICA, 1619-1807

Mieke Nicole Lisuk… 73

Ousmane K. Power-Greene, AGAINST WIND AND TIDE: THE AFRICAN AMERICAN STRUGGLE AGAINST THE COLONIZATION MOVEMENT



Andrew Kettler… 75
Tom Chaffin, GIANTS CAUSEWAY: FREDERICK DOUGLASS’S IRISH ODYSSEY AND THE MAKING OF AN AMERICAN VISIONARY

Antony W. Keane-Dawes… 77
James J. Gigantino II, THE RAGGED ROAD TO ABOLITION: SLAVERY AND FREEDOM IN NEW JERSEY, 1775-1865

Michael J. Douma… 79

Karsonya Wise Whitehead, NOTES FROM A COLORED GIRL: THE CIVIL WAR POCKET DIARIES OF EMILIE FRANCES DAVIS



Ben Davidson… 81
Mary Frances Berry, “WE ARE WHO WE SAY WE ARE”: A BLACK FAMILY’S SEARCH FOR HOME ACROSS THE ATLANTIC WORLD

Michael Dickinson… 83
Michael A. Ross, THE GREAT NEW ORLEANS KIDNAPPING CASE: RACE, LAW, AND JUSTICE IN THE RECONSTRUCTION ERA

Guy Lancaster… 86
Allyson Nadia Field, UPLIFT CINEMA: THE EMERGENCE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM AND THE POSSIBILITY OF MODERNITY

Alyssa Lopez… 88
Cara Caddoo, ENVISIONING FREEDOM: CINEMA AND THE BUILDING OF MODERN BLACK LIFE

Lauren M. Cramer… 90
Jeffrey T. Sammons and John H. Morrow Jr., HARLEM’S RATTLERS AND THE GREAT WAR: THE UNDAUNTED 369th REGIMENT AND THE AFRICAN AMERICAN QUEST FOR EQUALITY

Joshua Shiver… 92
Megan Ming Francis, CIVIL RIGHTS AND THE MAKING OF THE MODERN AMERICAN STATE

Samantha Bryant… 95
Etheline Whitmire, REGINA ANDERSON ANDEREWS: HARLEM RENAISSANCE LIBRARIAN

Lana Jean Mitchell… 97
Melissa Ooten, RACE, GENDER, AND FILM CENSORSHIP IN VIRGINIA, 1922-1965

Monique Flores Ulysses… 98

Lynn Rainville, HIDDEN HISTORY: AFRICAN AMERICAN CEMETARIES IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA



Colita Nichols Fairfax… 100
Darryl Mace, IN REMEMBRANCE OF EMMITT TILL: REGIONAL STORIES AND MEDIA RESPONSES TO THE BLACK FREEDOM STRUGGLE

Erikca Brown… 103
Aram Goudsouzian, DOWN TO THE CROSSROADS: CIVIL RIGHTS, BLACK POWER, AND THE MEREDITH MARCH AGAINST FEAR

Damien Strecker… 104
Stanley Keith Arnold, BUILDING THE BELOVED COMMUNITY: PHILADELPHIA’S INTERRACIAL CIVIL RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS AND RACE RELATIONS, 1930-1970

Jonathan Foster… 107
Jeffery Helgeson, CRUCIBLES OF BLACK EMPOWERMENT: CHICAGO’S NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS FROM THE NEW DEAL TO HAROLD WASHINGTON

Laurence R. Jurdem… 108

Dionne Danns, DESEGREGATING CHICAGO’S PUBLIC SCHOOLS: POLICY IMPLEMENTATION, POLITICS, AND PROTEST, 1965-1985



Bridgette G. Johnson… 111
Thomas Brothers, LOUIS ARMSTRONG: MASTER OF MODERNISM

W. Gabriel Selassie I… 113

ANNOUNCEMENTS


BOOKS RECEIVED – 2016… 116


Volume 102, No. 2 Spring 2017
Contents

“YOU COULD DO THE IRISH JIG, BUT ANYTHING AFRICAN WAS TABOO”:

BLACK NUNS, CONTESTED MEMORIES, AND THE 20TH CENTURY STRUGGLE TO DESGREGATE U.S. CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS LIFE

Shannen Dee Williams… 125
RACIAL TENSIONS AND U. S. MILITARY (IN)JUSTICE IN NORTHERN IRELAND DURING WORLD WAR II

Simon Topping… 157
MALCOLM X, THE PRISON YEARS: THE RELENTLESS PURSUIT OF FORMAL EDUCATION

Jed B. Tucker… 184
A REPARATORY JUSTICE CURRICULUM FOR HUMAN FREEDOM: REWRITING THE STORY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN DISPOSSESSION AND THE DEBT OWED

Joyce E. King… 213
ESSAY REVIEW

(RE)INTRODUCING FOUNDATIONAL AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORICAL THOUGHT

TO A TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY READERSHIP

Pero Gaglo Dagbovie… 232

BOOK REVIEWS

Ethan J. Kytle, ROMANTIC REFORMERS AND THE ANTISLAVERY STRUGGLE IN THE CIVIL WAR ERA

Daniel Ritchie… 254
Beverly C. Tomek, COLONIZATION AND ITS DISCONTENTS: EMANCIPATION, EMIGRATION, AND ANTISLAVERY PENNSYLVANIA

Michael J. Douma… 256
Adam Rothman, BEYOND FREEDOM’S REACH: A KIDNAPPING IN THE TWILIGHT OF SLAVERY

Andrew Kettler… 258
Marta Effinger-Crichlow, STAGING MIGRATIONS TOWARD AN AMERICAN WEST: FROM IDA B. WELLS TO RHODESSA JONES

Rachel Wolters… 260
Will Guzman, CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE TEXAS BORDERLANDS: DR. LAWRENCE A. NIXON AND BLACK ACTIVISM

Dante Barksdale… 263

Michael K. Honey, SHARECROPPER’S TOUBADOUR: JOHN L. HANDCOX, THE SOUTHERN TENANT FARMERS’ UNION, AND THE AFRICAN AMERICAN SONG TRADITION



Laurence R. Jurdem… 264
Lindsey R. Swindall, THE PATH TO THE GREATER, FREER, TRUER WORLD: SOUTHERN CIVIL RIGHTS AND ANTICOLONIALISM, 1937-1955

Samantha Bryant… 266
Christine Knauer, LET US FIGHT AS FREE MEN: BLACK SOLDIERS AND CIVIL RIGHTS

Eliot Pope… 268
Jeanne Theoharis, The REBELLIOUS LIFE OF MRS. ROSA PARKS

Emily Senefeld… 270
Brian Purnell, FIGHTING JIM CROW IN THE COUNTY OF KINGS: THE CONGRESS OF RACIAL EQUALITY IN BROOKLYN

W. Gabriel Selassie I… 273
Tekla Agbala Ali Johnson, FREE RADICAL: ERNEST CHAMBERS, BLACK POWER, AND THE POLITICS OF RACE

Ashley M. Howard… 274

Andrew Maraniss, STRONG INSIDE: PERRY WALLACE AND THE COLLISION OF RACE AND SPORTS IN THE SOUTH



Damien Strecker… 277
Daniel Geary, BEYOND CIVIL RIGHTS: THE MOYNIHAN REPORT AND ITS LEGACY

Michael D. Royster… 279
Wendy C. Grenade, ed., THE GRENADA REVOLUTION: REFLECTIONS AND LESSONS

Bonnie A. Lucero… 282
Lakeyta M. Bonnette, PULSE OF THE PEOPLE: POLITICAL RAP MUSIC AND BLACK POLITICS

Lauren M. Cramer… 285
ANNOUNCEMENTS… 288

Volume 102, No. 3 Summer 2017


Special Issue
"The Scholarship and Social and Educational Activism of V. P. Franklin”
Guest Editor Sundiata Keita Cha-Jua

Contents

INTRODUCTION: THE SCHOLARSHIP AND SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVISM OF V. P. FRANKLIN



Sundiata Keita Cha-Jua… 289

A LIFE OF RESEARCH AND WRITING ON THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT



Bettye Collier-Thomas… 294
ON THE EDITORSHIP OF THE JOURNAL OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY

Mary Frances Berry… 301
ON V. P. FRANKLIN’S BLACK SELF-DETERMINATION: A CULTURAL HISTORY OF THE FAITH OF THE FATHERS –A NEGLECTED CLASSIC

Sundiata Keita Cha-Jua… 307
OVER FORTY YEARS OF “DEFENDING THE RACE” AND WRITING BLACK HISTORY

Pero Gaglo Dagbovie… 319
V. P. FRANKLIN AND THE CASE FOR REPARATIONS

James B. Stewart… 341
ON THE MAKING OF A SCHOLAR-ACTIVIST AND EDUCATIONAL HISTORIAN: AN INTERVIEW WITH V. P. FRANKLIN

Derrick P. Alridge… 351

ESSAY REVIEWS

ALT-BORDERS TO FREEDOM



Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie… 362
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON AFRICAN AMERICANS AND ISLAM

Stephanie Ann Wilms-Simpson… 374

RESEARCH NOTE


WAS ISHMAEL BLACK? FACTS BEHIND THE FICTION

Robert J. O’Hara… 380

BOOK REVIEWS

Barbara McCaskill, LOVE, LIBERATION, AND ESCAPING SLAVERY: WILLIAM AND ELLEN CRAFT IN CULTURAL MEMORY

Michael Benjamin… 387
Calvin Schermerhorn, THE BUSINESS OF SLAVERY AND THE RISE OF AMERICAN CAPTIALISM, 1815-1860

Felice Knight… 388
Jeff Strickland, UNEQUAL FREEDOMS: ETHNICITY, RACE, AND WHITE SUPREMACY IN THE CIVIL WARD ERA

Albert Dorsey Jr…. 391
Jenny M. Jemmott, TIES THAT BIND: THE BLACK FAMILY IN POST-SLAVERY JAMIACA, 1834-1882

Antony W. Keane-Dawes… 393

Adam Ewing, THE AGE OF GARVEY: HOW A JAMAICAN ACTIVIST CREATED A MASS MOVEMENT AND CHANGED GLOBAL BLACK POLITICS



William M. King… 395
Robert N. Smith, AN EVIL DAY IN GEORGIA: THE KILLING OF COLEMAN OSBORN AND THE DEATH PENALTY IN THE PROGRESSIVE-ERA SOUTH

Jonathan Foster… 397
Emmanuel Gerard and Bruce Kuklick, DEATH IN THE CONGO: MURDERING PATRICE LUMUMBA

Ervin James, III… 399

William Sturkey and Jon N. Hale, eds., TO WRITE IN THE LIGHT OF FREEDOM: THE NEWSPAPERS OF THE 1964 MISSISSIPPI FREEDOM SCHOOLS



Bridgette G. Johnson… 402
Todd E. Robinson, A CITY WITHIN A CITY: THE BLACK FREEDOM STRUGGLE IN GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN

Keith A. Dye… 405
Tiyi Morris, WOMANPOWER UNLIMITED AND THE BLACK FREEDOM STRUGGLE IN MISSISSIPPI

Christina Harris… 407
David Stradling and Richard Stradling, WHERE THE RIVER BURNED: CARL STOKES AND THE STRUGGLE TO SAVE CLEVELAND

Jacynda Ammons… 409
Malachi Crawford, BLACK MUSLIMS AND THE LAW: CIVIL LIBERTIES FROM ELIJAH MUHAMMAD TO MUHAMMAD ALI

Amir Asim Gilmore… 411
Judith E. Smith, BECOMING BELAFONTE: BLACK ARTIST, PUBLIC RADICAL

Laure Gillot-Assayag… 413

Sharon Willis, THE POITIER EFFECT: RACIAL MELODRAMA AND FANTASIES OF RECONCILIATION



Gordon Alley-Young… 415
Stéphane Robolin, GROUNDS OF ENGAGEMENT: APARTHEID-ERA AFRICAN AMERICAN AND SOUTH AFRICAN WRITING

Lester P. Lee Jr…. 417


ANNOUNCEMENTS


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