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100 1  Murray, Alana D.,|d1975-|eauthor. 
245 14 The development of the alternative Black curriculum, 1890-
       1940 :|bcountering the master narrative /|cAlana D. 
264  1 Cham, Switzerland :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c2018. 
300    1 online resource (xiv, 143 pages) :|billustrations, 
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505 0  Intro; Dedication; A Timeline of the Development of the 
       Alternative Black Curriculum in Social Studies, 1890-1940;
       Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures; Chapter 1: 
       Introduction; The Alternative Black Curriculum in Social 
       Studies; The Organization of Countering theMaster 
       Narrative; Chapter 2: Moving Beyond Biography: Critical 
       Race Theory and the Construction of the Alternative Black 
       Curriculum in Social Studies; Methodological 
       Considerations; Teaching and Learning at NTS; Ms. 
       Burroughs's Vision of History Instruction at NTS; History 
       Teachers at NTS 
505 8  Chapter 3: Black Curriculum in Social Studies: A Textual 
       Reading of When Truth Gets a Hearing; The Social Studies 
       Canon and African American Responses; Progressive Era 
       Pageants and Black Women; Creating a Revisionist 
       Curriculum; Negro Womanhood Defined; Comparing When Truth 
       Gets a Hearing to Other Pageants; Conclusion; Chapter 4: 
       Resisting the Master Narrative: Building the Alternative 
       Black Counter-Canon; The African American Counter-Canon 
       and the Social Studies Curriculum; Building the 
       Institutions of the African American Counter-Canon, 1900 
       Until 1940 
505 8  Carter G.Woodson and the Negro History Bulletin; W.E.B. Du
       Bois and the Making of the Brownies' Book; Changing the 
       Narrative and the African American Counter-Canon; Leila 
       Amos Pendleton; A Narrative of the Negro; Elizabeth Ross 
       Haynes; Laura Eliza Wilkes; Foundational Texts in the 
       Counter-Canon; The Mis-education of the Negro and Black 
       Reconstruction; Conclusion; Chapter 5: Exploring the 
       Purposes and Foundations of Black Teacher Preparation: 
       1890-1940; Teaching Training in the Post-Reconstruction 
505 8  Who Should Teach? Citizenship, Preparation, and the 
       African American Educator in Reconstruction Era Models of 
       African American Teacher Preparation; The Missionary 
       Experience; The County Training School; Creating the 
       Curriculum: The Curriculum of African American Teachers 
       Schools; Chapter 6: Dialogical Spaces: Innovative 
       Practices and the Development of the Alternative Black 
       Curriculum in Social Studies, 1890-1940; Conceptual 
       Framework; Dialogical Sites of Resistance; The Importance 
       of Haiti; Imagined Communities: Building Intellectual 
       Dialogical Spaces 
505 8  Scholarly Dimensions on the Life and Work of Nannie Helen 
       Burroughs; Mary McLeod Bethune and the Creation of a 
       Policy Making Space; Speeches; Collaborative Spaces; The 
       Impact of Haiti; Racial Relations in Haiti; Chapter 7: 
       Conclusion; Intellectual Hybridity and the Alternative 
       Black Curriculum; Racial Identity and the Social Studies; 
       Black Women Pioneers in the Development of the Social 
       Studies Field; References; Index 
520    This book examines black intellectual thought during from 
       1890-1940, and its relationship to the development of the 
       alternative black curriculum in social studies. Inquiry 
       into the alternative black curriculum is a multi-
       disciplinary project; it requires an intersectional 
       approach that draws on social studies research, 
       educational history and black history. Exploring the 
       gendered construction of the alternative black curriculum,
       Murray considers the impact of Carter G. Woodson and 
       W.E.B. DuBois in creating the alternative black curriculum
       in social studies, and its subsequent relationship to the 
       work of black women in the field and how black women 
       developed the alternative black curriculum in private and 
       public settings. 
600 10 Du Bois, W. E. B.|q(William Edward Burghardt),|d1868-1963.
600 10 Burroughs, Nannie Helen,|d1879-1961. 
600 10 Woodson, Carter Godwin,|d1875-1950. 
650  0 African Americans|xStudy and teaching|zUnited States
       |xHistory|y19th century. 
650  0 African Americans|xStudy and teaching|zUnited States
       |xHistory|y20th century. 
650  0 Social sciences|xStudy and teaching|zUnited States
       |xHistory|y19th century. 
650  0 Social sciences|xStudy and teaching|zUnited States
       |xHistory|y20th century. 
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