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Bridging Race Divides
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Gender and the Dies Committee Hearings on the Federal Theatre Project
This paper examines the House Committee on Un-American Activities and Propaganda's investigation into un-American activities in the Federal Theatre Project. In particular it examines the performancesExpand
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Staging the Garveyite Home: Black Masculinity, Failure, and Redemption in Theodore Ward's Big White Fog
When Theodore Ward's Big White Fog was produced by the Chicago Negro Unit of the Federal Theatre Project in April 1938, it was hailed by fellow artists as an important and original play. LangstonExpand
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Teaching African American studies in the US and the UK
This is the first in what the Associate Editors hope will become a series of transatlantic exchanges about American Studies pedagogy. Conducted in the four months between January and April 2017, theExpand
"I Try to Live Somewhat in Keeping with my Reputation as a Wealthy Woman": A'Lelia Walker and the Madam C. J. Walker Manufacturing Company
This article examines the marketing strategies of A'Lelia Walker, daughter and coworker of Madam C. J. Walker who manufactured beauty and hair products and built up the extremely successful Madam C.Expand
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