2008 Black History Month
Carter G. Woodson and the
Origins of Multiculturalism
(Picture downloaded from www.naacp.org/about/history/cartergwoodson.jpg 1/26/08)
Known as the "Father of Black History,"Carter G. Woodson devoted his life to researching, publishing, and increasing public awareness of black history. He founded Negro History Week in 1926, to commemorate and celebrate the contributions made by people of African descent to the American society, as part of his vision of developing a "history of the world void of national bias, race, hate, and religious prejudice."
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History has devoted the 2008 Annual Black History Theme to both the labors of Carter G.Woodson and the origins of multiculturalism. The main effort of this year’s theme is to show that multiculturalism had its origins in the struggles of African Americans to have their cultural contributions recognized by American society.
In celebration of Black History Month, and the 2008 Black History Month Theme, "Carter G. Woodson and the Origins of Multiculturalism", we have compiled a companion bibliography to accompany the exhibit on the first floor of McCain Library, featuring books, journal and popular press articles, websites and other information resources by and about Carter G. Woodson and multi-culturalism in America.
Barry, Brian M. Culture and equality: an egalitarian critique of multiculturalism, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001.
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Buenker, John D. & Ratner, Lorman. Multiculturalism in the United States : a comparative guide to acculturation and ethnicity, New York: Greenwood Press, c1992. E184.A1 M85 DISPLAY-LIB
Burke, John Francis. Mestizo democracy: the politics of crossing borders, College Station: Texas A&M University Press, c2002 (2004 printing).
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Clausen, Christopher. Faded mosaic: the emergence of post-cultural America, Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2000. E169.12 .C543 DISPLAY-LIB
Coontz, Stephanie, Parson, Maya & Raley, Gabrielle. American families: a multicultural reader, New York: Routledge, 1999. HQ535 .A583 DISPLAY-LIB
Cortés, Carlos E. The children are watching: how the media teach about diversity, New York: Teachers College Press, c2000. P96.M83 C67
Durr, Marlese, The new politics of race [electronic resource]: from Du Bois to the 21st century, Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002. E185.61 .N459 2002eb
Eisenberg, Avigail I. & Spinner-Halev, Jeff. Minorities within minorities [electronic resource]: equality, rights, and diversity, Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005. HM1271 .M456 2005eb
Eoyang, Eugene Chen. Coat of many colors [electronic resource]: reflections on diversity by a minority of one, Boston: Beacon Press, c1995.
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Gitlin, Todd. The twilight of common dreams: why America is wracked by culture wars, New York: Metropolitan Books, 1995.
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Goggin, Jacqueline Anne. Carter G. Woodson [electronic resource]: a life in Black history, Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, c1993.
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Harris, Dean A . Multiculturalism from the margins: non-dominant voices on difference and diversity, Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey, 1995.
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Harvey, Carol P. Understanding and managing diversity: readings, cases, and exercises, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, c2002.
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Howard, Gary R. We can't teach what we don't know: White teachers, multiracial schools, New York: Teachers College Press, c2006.
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Jones, Andrew F. & Singh, Nikhil Pal. The Afro-Asian century, Durham, NC: Duke University Press, c2003. E184.A1 A37 2003
Kanpol, Barry & McLaren, Peter. Critical multiculturalism: uncommon voices in a common struggle, Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey, 1995. LC196 .C756
Korn, Carol & Bursztyn, Alberto. Rethinking multicultural education [electronic resource]: case studies in cultural transition, Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey, 2002. LC1099.3 .R49 2002eb
Kun, Josh. Audiotopia: music, race, and America, Berkeley: University of California Press, c2005. ML3917.U6 K86 DISPLAY-LIB
La Belle, Thomas J. & Ward, Christopher R. Multiculturalism and education: diversity and its impact on schools and society, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, c1994. LC1099.3 .L3 DISPLAY-LIB
Lind, Michael. The next American nation: the new nationalism and the fourth American revolution, New York: Free Press, c1995.
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Macedo, Donaldo P. & Bartolomé, Lilia I. Dancing with bigotry: beyond the politics of tolerance, New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999.
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McLennan, Gregor. Pluralism, Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 1995. HM276 .M385 DISPLAY-LIB
Maíz Suárez, Ramón & Requejo Coll, Ferran. Democracy, nationalism, and multiculturalism [electronic resource], London; New York: Routledge, 2005. JC423 .D44127 2005eb
Moya, Paula M. L. Learning from experience [electronic resource]: minority identities, multicultural struggles, Berkeley: University of California Press, c2002. PS153.M4 M69 2002eb
Powell, Timothy B. Beyond the binary: reconstructing cultural identity in a multicultural context, New Brunswick, N.J: Rutgers University Press, c1999. HM131 .B475
Perry, Robert L. & Ashcraft-Eason, Lillian. Inside ethnic America: an ethnic studies reader, Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Pub. Co., c1996.
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Root, Maria P. P. The multiracial experience: racial borders as the new frontier, London: Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, c1996.
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Seelye, H. Ned & Wasilewski, Jacqueline Howell. Between cultures [electronic resource]: developing self-identity in a world of diversity, Lincolnwood, Ill.: NTC Pub. Group, c1996. HM276 .S44 1996eb
Smith, Jessie Carney. Black heroes of the 20th century, Detroit, MI: Visible Ink Press, c1998. E185.96 .B5337 DISPLAY-LIB
Spickard, Paul R. & Burroughs, W. Jeffrey. We are a people: narrative and multiplicity in constructing ethnic identity, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, c2000. GN495.6 .W4 DISPLAY-LIB
Tatum, Beverly Daniel. Can we talk about race?: and other conversations in an era of school resegregation, Boston, MA: Beacon Press, c2007.
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Taylor, Charles. Multiculturalism and "The politics of recognition": an essay, Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, c1992. E184.A1 T39 DISPLAY-LIB
Trotman, C. James. Multiculturalism [electronic resource]: roots and realities, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2002. E185.86 .M946 2002eb
Watson, C. W. Multiculturalism, Buckingham [England]; Philadelphia, PA: Open University Press, 2000. HM1271 .W38 DISPLAY-LIB
Webster, Yehudi O. Westport, Against the multicultural agenda: a critical thinking alternative,CT: Praeger, 1997. LC1099.3 .W43 DISPLAY-LIB
Woodson, Carter Godwin. A century of Negro migration, Washington, D.C.: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1918.
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Woodson, Carter Godwin. The education of the Negro prior to 1861: a history of the education of the colored people of the United States from the beginning of slavery to the Civil War, Washington, Associated Publishers, c1919. LC2741 .W7
Woodson, Carter Godwin. Free Negro heads of families in the United States in 1830, together with a brief treatment of the free Negro, Washington, D.C.: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, inc. c1925.
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Woodson, Carter Godwin. The history of the Negro church, Washington, D.C.: The Associated publishers, c1921. BR563.N4 W6
Woodson, Carter Godwin. The mis-education of the Negro, New York: AMS Press, 1977. LC2801 .W6 1977
Woodson, Carter Godwin. The Negro in our history, Washington, D. C.: The Associated publishers, inc. c1928. E185 .W89 1928r DISPLAY-LIB
Zimmerman, Jonathan. Whose America?: culture wars in the public schools, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2002. LC191.4 .Z56 DISPLAY-LIB
Multi-cultural influences on the founding fathers [videorecording], Santa Monica, CA: Ready Reference Press, 1998, c1993.
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Panel discussion on multiculturalism, diversity and difference, April 30, 1997 [videorecording], Decatur, GA: Agnes Scott College, 1997.
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Journal and Popular Press Articles and Book Reviews
Alba, Richard. Immigration and the American realities of assimilation and multiculturalism. Sociological Forum, Mar1999, Vol. 14 (1)
Alleyne, Sonia. Devalued by diversity. Black Enterprise, Jan2005, 35 (6)
Alleyne, Sonia & Folds, Chauntelle. The competitive advantage to being Black. Black Enterprise, Sep2006, 37 (2)
Beckett, Joyce O., Dungee-Anderson, Delores, Cox, Leavelle & Daly, Alfrieda. African Americans and multicultural interventions. Smith College Studies in Social Work, Jun97, 67 (3)
Bader, Barbara. History changes color: a story in three parts. Horn Book Magazine, Jan/Feb97, 73 (1)
Bennett Jr., Lerone. Father of black history. Ebony, Feb99, 54 (4)
Blitz, Lisa V. & Illidge, Linda C. Not so Black and White: shades of gray and brown in antiracist multicultural team building in a domestic violence shelter. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 2006, 6 2/3
Carter G. Woodson father of Black History. Ebony, Feb2004, 59 (4)
Carter, Richard. The 'new' Black culture takes many forms. New York Amsterdam News, 2/14/2002, 93 (7)
Cobb, William Jelani. Staking a claim for Black humanity: historian Carter G. Woodson dared to argue that African Americans merited the fruits of democracy. Black Issues Book Review, Jan/Feb2005, 7 (1)
Conyers Jr., James L. A tribute to Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950). Black Issues in Higher Education, 2/13/2003, 19 (26)
Dagbovie, Pero Gaglo. Making Black history practical and Popular: Carter G. Woodson, the Proto Black Studies Movement and the struggle for Black liberation. Western Journal of Black Studies, Winter2003, 27 (4)
Early, Gerald. Dreaming of a black Christmas. Harper's Magazine, Jan97, 294 (1760)
Gooding-Williams, Robert. Race, multiculturalism and democracy. Constellations: An International Journal of Critical & Democratic Theory, Mar1998, 5 (1)
Graves Jr., Earl G. The myth and reality of diversity. Black Enterprise, Jul2005, 35 (12)
Hayes, Diana L. Diversity must be more than skin deep. National Catholic Reporter, 4/8/2005, 41 (23)
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. on Carter G. Woodson. Journal of African American History, Summer2003, 88 (3)
Katz-Fishman, Walda & Scott, Jerome. Diversity and equality: race and class in America. Sociological Forum, Dec94, . 9 (4)
Kim, Claire Jean. Imagining race and nation in multiculturalist America. Ethnic & Racial Studies, Nov2004, 27 (6)
Konrad, Alison M., Ross III, Gerald & Linnehan, Frank. Is promoting an African American unfair? the triple interaction of participant ethnicity, target ethnicity, and ethnic identity. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, May2006, 36 (5)
Lauer, Charles S. A profile in courage. Modern Healthcare, 5/19/2003, 33 (20)
Lasch-Quinn, Elisabeth. Liberation therapeutics: consciousness-raising as a problem. Society, Mar/Apr2002, 39 (3)
Levine, David. Carter G. Woodson and the afrocentrists: common foes of mis-education. High School Journal, Oct/Nov2000, 84 (1)
Logan, Rayford W. Phylon profile vi: Carter G. Woodson. Black History Bulletin, Jan-Jun2002, 65 (1/2)
Ntloedibe, France. A question of origins: the social and cultural roots of African American cultures. Journal of African American History, Fall2006, 91 (4)
Race, ethnicity, neighborhood and class: the yeasty Chicago brew. Social Policy, Spring2002, 32 (3)
Rashid, Kamau. Slavery of the mind: Carter G. Woodson and Jacob H. Carruthers-intergenerational discourse on African education and social change. Western Journal of Black Studies, Spring2005, 29 (1)
Reddick, L.D. Twenty-five years Negro history weeks. Black History Bulletin, Jan-Jun2002, 65 (1/2)
Riley, Jason L. Diversity's stigma. Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition, 5/14/2003, 241 (94)
Roach, Ronald. Keeping a legacy from crumbling. Black Issues in Higher Education, 2/13/2003, 19 (26)
Rodriguez, Gregory. Forging a new vision of America's melting pot. New York Times, 02/11/2001, Vol. 150 (51661)
Scott, Daryl Michael. Postmodern daze. Nation, 12/14/1998, 267 (20)
Shockley, Kmt G. Rethinking nationalism: seeking answers for future Black voices.Black Issues in Higher Education, 4/8/2004, 21 (4)
Smith, Gene. What history? American Heritage, Feb/Mar95, 46 (1)
Smith, John David. The mind of Carter G. Woodson: as reflected in the books he owned, read, and published. Journal of Southern History, Nov2007, 73 (4)
Trotter, Joe W. African American fraternal associations in American history: An introduction. Social Science History, Fall2004, 28 (3)
Wesley, Charles H. Carter G. Woodson--as a scholar. Black History Bulletin, Jan-Jun2002, 65 (1/2)
Wesley, Charles Harris. Recollections of Carter G. Woodson. Journal of Negro History, Spring98, 83 (2)
Black History Month - features, biographies, reference links, civil rights timeline, quizzes and puzzles - http://www.infoplease.com/spot/bhm1.html
Black History Month - The History Channel - A rememberance to the important people and events in African-American history - http://www.history.com/minisites/blackhistory/
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Carter G. Woodson, Father of Black History - http://www.asalh.org/woodsonbiosketch.html