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African Americans and Race Relations: 1861-1980

History 125B                                                                        CCN: 39421

TuTh 11:00-12:30 160 Dwinelle
Waldo E. Martin, Jr.

2308 Dwinelle (642-2559) Office Hours: TuTh 12:30-1:30

SCHEDULE OF ASSIGNMENTS

January:

I. EMANCIPATION AND RECONSTRUCTION

     The Politics of Resistance

     18-20: Martin, The Mind of Frederick Douglass, ix-135

 

     The Politics of Agitation

     25-27: Martin, The Mind of Frederick Douglass, 136-284

 

February:

II. BLACK RESISTANCE AT THE APEX OF WHITE SUPREMACY     

Accommodation and Resistance

1-3: Washington, Up From Slavery, 29-205 (in Franklin)

 

Agitation and Resistance

8-10: Du Bois, The Souls of Black Folk, 209-389 (in Franklin)

 

III. GENDER, CLASS, AND RACIAL UPLIFT

Working Class Agency

15-17: Hunter, To ‘Joy My Freedom, 1-129

22: QUIZ

22-24: Hunter, To ’Joy My Freedom, 130-238

 

March:

IV. THE MAKING OF JIM CROW AND BLACK PROTEST  

1-3: Royster, Southern Horrors, 1-157

8-10: Royster, Southern Horrors, 158-208

    

V. BLACK CULTURAL POLITICS: THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE         

15-17: Johnson, The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man, 393-511

17: Post midterm EXAMINATION

 

VI. ORIGINS OF THE MODERN BLACK FREEDOM STRUGGLE

22-24: SPRING BREAK                       

29-31: Martin, Brown v. Board of Education, 1-120

 

April:

5-7: Martin, Brown v. Board of Education, 121-237

      

VII. CIVIL RIGHTS

12-14: The Autobiography of Malcolm X, ix-212

14: RESEARCH ESSAY DUE

19-21: The Autobiography of Malcolm X, 213- 455

    

VIII. BLACK POWER AND BEYOND

26-28: Shakur, Assata, vii-140

 

May:                                                     

3-5: Shakur, Assata, 141-274

10: WRAP-UP (Review Session)

18: FINAL EXAMINATION, 8-11 am; place — TBA

 

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Spring 2005