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The Resource Sitting in darkness : New South fiction, education, and the rise of Jim Crow colonialism, 1865-1920, Peter Schmidt, (electronic resource)

Sitting in darkness : New South fiction, education, and the rise of Jim Crow colonialism, 1865-1920, Peter Schmidt, (electronic resource)

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Sitting in darkness : New South fiction, education, and the rise of Jim Crow colonialism, 1865-1920
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Sitting in darkness
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New South fiction, education, and the rise of Jim Crow colonialism, 1865-1920
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Peter Schmidt
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Sitting in darkness : New South fiction, education, and the rise of Jim Crow colonialism, 1865-1920, Peter Schmidt, (electronic resource)
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Sitting in darkness : New South fiction, education, and the rise of Jim Crow colonialism, 1865-1920, Peter Schmidt, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 236-252) and index
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Contents
Changing views of post-Civil War Black education in the fiction of Lydia Maria Child, Ellwood Griest, and Constance Fenimore Woolson (1867-1878) -- A fool's education : Albion Tourgée's A fool's errand, The invisible empire, and Bricks without straw (1879-1880) -- Of the people, by the people, and for the people : Frances E.W. Harper's cultural work in Iola Leroy (1892) -- Conflicted race nationalism : Sutton Griggs's Imperium in imperio (1899) -- Lynching and the liberal arts : rediscovering George Marion McClellan's Old Greenbottom Inn and other stories (1906) -- JIm Crow colonialism's dependancy model for "uplift": promotion and reaction -- Ghosts of Reconstruction : Samuel C. Armstrong, Booker T. Washington, and the disciplinary regimes of Jim Crow colonialism -- From planter paternalism to Uncle Sam's largesse abroad : Ellen M. Ingraham's Bond and free (1882) and Marietta Holley's Samantha at the St. Louis Exposition (1904) -- Counter-statements to Jim Crow colonialism : Mark Twain's "To the person sitting in darkness" (1901) and Aurelio Tolentino's Yesterday, today, and tomorrow (1905) -- Educating whites to be white on the global frontier : hypnotism and ambivalence in Thomas Dixon and Owen Wister (1900-1905) -- The dark archive: early twentieth-century critiques of Jim Crow colonialism by New South novelists -- The education of Walter Hines Page : a gentleman's disagreement with the New South in The Southerner, being the autobiography of "Nicholas Worth" (1909) -- Anti-colonial education? : W.E.B. Du Bois's Quest of the silver fleece (1911) and Darkwater (1920) -- Romancing multiracial democracy : George Washington Cable's Lovers of Louisiana (to-day) (1918)
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xii, 259 p.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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