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269 INDEX Note: As this work blends first- and third-person voices and family history and public history, I had to make a decision about how to cite family members and myself in the index. My family members (Holloway, Trent, and Matthews) are cited as they appear in the text. I have only cited myself in those very few instances where I refer to “Jonathan Holloway” in the third person. African American studies. See Black studies Afro-American studies. See Black studies Afro-American Studies (journal), 126–28 Ailey, Alvin, 77–85, 91; references by to blood memory, 77–78. See also Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, 76, 82–85, 98, 99; Blues Suite, 77, 78, 82; Revelations, 77–84, 80 (ill.), 91 American Dilemma, An (Myrdal), 22–28, 34, 233 (n. 21) Armstrong, Louis, 157, 162 Baldwin, James, 87–89. See also Take This Hammer Bell, Derrick, proponent of Critical Race Theory, 105. See also Stanford University : and controversy surrounding Derrick Bell Black Journal, 85–86, 92, 99 Black Scholar, The, 126, 128, 130 Black studies, 105, 112–18, 122, 124, 125, 130, 132, 171, 241 (n. 29); questions of sexuality in, 132–33. See also White scholars’ role in black studies; Women’s role in black studies Black World, 62 Blassingame, John, 4; and responsibility to the black community, 125 Brown University, 108–9, 111, 133, 240 (n. 10) Cambridge, Godfrey, 92, 99–100 Cape Coast Castle, 214, 216–18, 220, 222–24, 227; Cape Coast Castle Museum Shop, 222 Carson, Clayborne, 124–25 Cayton, Horace, 33–38 Clark, Kenneth, 120–21 Colonial Williamsburg, 194, 213; struggles of with how to present the slave experience, 195–99 Cornell University, 112–13, 116 Couch, W. T., 30–32 Danforth Foundation, 133–34; Dorothy Danforth Compton Fellowship, 133–34 Davis, Allison P., 108 Davis, Arthur P., 44, 51–52 Davis, Charles T., 124 Davis, David Brion, 116. See also White scholars’ role in black studies Davis, Frank Marshall, 48–50 Dodson, Howard, 132 Door of Return, 222 Doors of No Return, 217, 221–22, 227, 247 (n. 1) Drake, St. Claire, 33–37, 94–96 270 / Index Du Bois, W. E. B., 2, 226; doubleconsciousness and, 60, 153; the racial veil and, 73, 157; and roots of black studies, 118. See also W. E. B. Du Bois Centre for Pan-African Studies Ebony, 43, 63–65 Ellison, Ralph, 8, 11, 233 (n. 21) Elmina Castle, 214, 216–18, 220–22, 227 First World Festival of Negro Arts, 85, 89–91 Fleming, G. James, 44 Ford Foundation, 85–86, 112, 115, 133, 241 (n. 29); Ford Foundation Minority Predoctoral Fellowship, 133 Franklin, John Hope, 107, 111 Frazier, E. Franklin, 17, 22, 32, 38 Genovese, Eugene, 117, 128. See also White scholars’ role in black studies Ghana: as a destination, 214–15; and changing sensibilities about tourism, 218–21, 226, 228, 229; Assin Manso, 221, 224; Joseph Project, 249 (n. 19). See also Cape Coast Castle; Door of Return; Doors of No Return; Elmina Castle; W. E. B. Du Bois Memorial Centre for Pan-African Culture Gillespie, Dizzy: at Daughters of American Revolution Constitution Hall, 11–13; as cultural ambassador for State Department, 84 Greaves, William, 86–87, 89–95, 97–98; working for National Education Television , 93–94. See also First World Festival of Negro Arts; Black Journal ; Still a Brother: Inside the Black Middle Class Greensboro, N.C., 187–93; Woolworth’s in, 187–90; Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 192–93. See also International Civil Rights Center Griffin, John Howard, 70–72, 74, 75 Haley, Alex, 174–76, 178 Halsell, Grace, 72–76 Harding, Vincent, and black scholars’ obligations, 118–19 Hare, Nathan, 128, 131, 235 (n. 4); fired from Howard University, 114; and racial authority of black scholars, 116–18; coeditor of Black Scholar, 126 Harris, Eddy L., and tortured curiosity about Africa, 215–16 Hartman, Saidiya, 215 Holloway, Brian (my brother), 14–15, 67–69, 99, 148, 153, 159 (ill.), 161; pursuing family history, 14–15; e-mailing family history, 140–43 Holloway, Fannie (my paternal grandmother ), 167 (ill.) Holloway, John (my paternal grandfather ), 166–68, 167 (ill.) Holloway, Jonathan, 8, 195 (ill.); proximity of to civil rights movement, 141 Holloway, Karen (my sister), 141, 143, 159 Holloway, Kay (my mother), 28, 29 (ill.), 38, 83, 140, 144 (ill.), 156, 159, 196; social privilege and, 171, 173 Holloway, Wendell (my father), 27–29, 29 (ill.), 38–39, 83, 141, 143, 147 (ill...

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9781469612546
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9781469610702
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OCLC
856021380
Pages
288
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2013-10-21
Language
English
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