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Confronting the American Dilemma of Race consists of twelve articles written by six authors about the second generation African American sociologists who embarked on their sociological careers between 1930 and 1950 when American society was embedded in a racial caste system. From the perspective of the sociology of knowledge, these articles, through examining the life experiences and works of these African American sociologists, reveal important insights into the impact of racial segregation on the development of both black sociology and the sociology of race relations.
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Robert E. Washington is Professor, Bryn Mawr College. Donald Cunnigen is Associate Professor, Department of Sociology-Anthropology, University of Rhode Island.Review:
The editors' insightful commitment to interdisciplinary research effectively answers the purposeful neglect of the famine through academic, artistic, and pedagogical correctives....this collection provides an engaging appraisal of the full legacy of the famine. Summing Up: RECOMMENDED. Upper-division undergraduates and above. (M.J. O'Brien Choice)
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Book Description University Press Of America, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0761822909