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Author Van Deburg, William L.

Title Slavery & race in American popular culture / William L. Van Deburg
Published Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, 1984

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 MELB  305.896 Van/Sar  DUE 11-08-20
Description xiii, 263 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- PART 1: FROM AFRICAN TO SLAVE, 1619-1830 -- 1.1: Tory Villainy and the Black Victim -- 1.2: The Noble Captive -- 1.3: Whites in Black Face
PART 2: THE DEBATE BEGINS, 1830-1861002.1: Slavery in the American Canaan -- 1.2: Novel Reforms -- 2.3: The Minstrel's Song
PART 3: BLACK AMERICANS FIGHT BACK -- PART 4: FROM SLAVE TO CITIZEN, 1861-1965 -- 4.1: Life on the New Plantation -- 4.2: The Black Storyteller -- 4.3: Technicolor Dixie
PART 5: THE DEBATE CONTINUES, 1965-1980 -- 5.1: Black History Revised -- 5.2: High Expectations and Low Art -- 5.3: The Hollywood Whitewash -- PART 6: Conclusion -- Notes -- Selected Bibliography -- Index
Analysis American popular culture Role of African Americans, to 1980
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-252) and index
Subject Slavery -- United States -- Historiography.
African Americans -- Historiography.
Slavery in literature.
African Americans in literature.
African Americans in motion pictures.
Popular culture -- United States.
Culture in motion pictures.
LC no. 83040272
ISBN 0299096300
9780299096304
0299096343 (paperback)
9780299096342 (paperback)
Other Titles Slavery and race in American popular culture