6 edition of Love and Marriage in Early African America (Northeastern Library of Black Literature) found in the catalog.
September 28, 2007 by Northeastern University Press .
Written in English
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Love & marriage in early African America. Hanover: University Press of New England, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Frances Smith Foster.
The book, which Foster intends as a popular volume that will "work for many kinds of people with many kinds of intents and purposes," is arranged into five sections to represent the ideals and models for love and marriage that she sees reflected in 19th.
The book, which Foster intends as a popular volume that will "work for many kinds of people with many kinds of intents and purposes," is arranged into five sections to represent the ideals and models for love and marriage that she sees reflected in 19th- and early 20th-century African American print culture/5.
Love and Marriage in Early African America brings together a remarkable range of folk sayings, rhymes, songs, poems, letters, lectures, sermons, short stories, memoirs, and autobiographies. Spanning over years, from the slave era to the New Negro Movement, this extraordinary collection contradicts or nuances established notions that slavery fractured families, devalued sexual morality.
In Love and Marriage in Early African America, Frances Smith Foster has assembled a treasure trove of African American authored documents "from the beginnings of [African American] print culture until just before the Harlem Renaissance" (xiii).Including a wide selection of folklore, poetry, short stories, newspaper articles, letters, and autobiographical accounts, the volume demonstrates how.
Dianne M. Stewart is an associate professor of religion and African American studies at Emory University and the author of the forthcoming book, "Black Women, Black. Love and Marriage in Early African America, edited by Frances Smith Foster, is one of those rare books that is a pleasure both for general interest readers as well as for the most dedicated scholars of nineteenth-and early twentieth-century African American literature.
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Table of contents for Love and marriage in early African America / Frances Smith Foster, editor. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.
Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Thus, for Africans, marriage is a matter between families as much as between the bride and groom, and many families arrange the marriages of their members.
The Western attitude that marriage is the union of two people drawn together by love has had some influence in Africa, especially in the cities. But African cultures emphasize that the union. The book is a product of the Center for the Study of Law and Religion’s (CSLR) project on “Sex, Marriage, and Family & the Religions of the Book” and is a companion to Foster’s earlier CSLR volume, “Love and Marriage in Early African America” (Northeastern University Press, ).
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Marriage, as a strategy, was granted to African Americans as an instrument to manage and shape them into human beings (remember we were not considered human but chattel). Although African Americans gained the right to marry init was not without revolt, violence, and unjust laws inflicted by the dominant culture–whites–and supported.
African American newspapers and love letters, as well as the work of historians and novelists to weave her stories of mar-riage in this socio-historical account.
'Til Death or Distance Do. Us Part: Love and Marriage in African America adds an impor-tant dimension to previous slave stories by concentrating spe. African Americans were to women under age twenty, compared with just over 10 percent for white women and 13 percent for Hispanic women Hoover Press: Thernstrom DP5 HPTHER rev1 page African American Marriage Patterns File Size: KB.
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