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Baptized By Fire: The Role Of The Antebellum Black Woman In Black Resistance, Andrea Blair Williams Jul 1988

Baptized By Fire: The Role Of The Antebellum Black Woman In Black Resistance, Andrea Blair Williams

ETD Collection for AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library

This paper will reassess the role of the Black woman in Black resistance before the Civil War. In the process it will attempt to destroy two myths: 1) that Blacks were passive victims of slavery and oppression and 2) that those persons who did resist their victimization were men. It will point out that the Black woman's oppression under slavery was certainly different and arguably worse than the Black male's because she was sexually oppressed. Finally, it will show that Black women equally challenged slavery along with their male counterparts, using the same methods as they as well ...


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Http://www.supplements4lifetime.com/Revyve-Skin-Canada/, Dawn Marino

Dawn Marino

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Folk Stereotypes And The Theme Of Marital Incompatibility In The Novels Of Flora Nwapa, Chukwuma Azuonye Feb 1988

Folk Stereotypes And The Theme Of Marital Incompatibility In The Novels Of Flora Nwapa, Chukwuma Azuonye

Chukwuma Azuonye

No abstract provided.


Relationship Of Caning To Internal-External Locus Of Control Among Selected African Secondary And College Students, James R. Kilmer Jan 1988

Relationship Of Caning To Internal-External Locus Of Control Among Selected African Secondary And College Students, James R. Kilmer

Dissertations

Problem. Harsh punishment has been recognized as an antecedent of external locus of control. External locus of control has been associated with negative aspects of academic and social development. Educators in Africa need to know if caning is associated with external locus of control.

Method. This study was an ex post facto design. The population was 732 African students between the ages of 17 and 31 years in their third or final year of secondary school or first or second year of college. All students were from Seventh-day Adventist schools located in the English-speaking African countries of Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria ...


Tribaliks: Contemporary Congolese Stories By Henri Lopes, Andrea Leskes, Pamela J. Olúbùnmi Smith Jan 1988

Tribaliks: Contemporary Congolese Stories By Henri Lopes, Andrea Leskes, Pamela J. Olúbùnmi Smith

Goodrich Scholarship Faculty Publications

The primary aim of every translation is to make the original accessible to a wider audience. This is particularly true of translations of literary works written in African and European languages (French and Portuguese).


Ngambika: Studies Of Women In African Literature By Carole Boyce Davies, Anne Adams Graves, Pamela J. Olúbùnmi Smith Jan 1988

Ngambika: Studies Of Women In African Literature By Carole Boyce Davies, Anne Adams Graves, Pamela J. Olúbùnmi Smith

Goodrich Scholarship Faculty Publications

Prior to the publication of Lloyd Brown's Women Writers in Black Africa (1981), Kenneth Little's Sociology of Urban Women's Image in African Literature (1980; see WLT 55:3, p.518), and Davies and Grave's Ngambika (1986), African feminist criticism existed merely in the form of occasional articles on or interviews with African women writers.


From Voices Of The Silence, The Anthill Annual: A Harvest Of New Nigerian Poetry, Ed. Olu Oguibe, Esiaba Irobi, Emman Usman Shehu And Chinenye Mba-Uzoukwu. Nsukka: The Anthill Press, Pp.20-22, Chukwuma Azuonye Dec 1987

From Voices Of The Silence, The Anthill Annual: A Harvest Of New Nigerian Poetry, Ed. Olu Oguibe, Esiaba Irobi, Emman Usman Shehu And Chinenye Mba-Uzoukwu. Nsukka: The Anthill Press, Pp.20-22, Chukwuma Azuonye

Chukwuma Azuonye

No abstract provided.