W.E.B. Du Bois: An Encyclopedia

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Index
Page numbers in bold refer to main entries.
Accommodation, 1-3, 145-47, 169-70
Acheson, Dean, xii, 163, 201
Adams, John Quincy, 194-95
Africa, xxii, 3-6, 41-42, 157-62, 197, 224. See alsoBelgian Congo; Ethiopia; Liberia; Pan-Africanism; South Africa
African Methodist Church, 6-7, 116 “The African Roots of the War,” 5, 122, 135, 224
Afro-centrism, 154
Alcoholism, 74-75
Aldridge, Ira, 14-15
Allen, Richard, 7
Amenia Conference, x, 7-8
American Federation of Labor, 207
American Missionary Association, 195
American Socialist Party, 196
American Woman Suffrage Association, 220
Amistad,194-95
“An Appeal to the World: A Statement on the Denial of Human Rights to Minorities in the Case of Citizens of Negor Descent in the United States of America,” xi
Anti-Semitism, xxii, 8-11, 88, 92, 209. See alsoHitler, Adolf
Apologia,193
Appiah, Anthony, 77
Aptheker, Herbert, xii, xxi, 11-13, 135
Art: and activism, 117; and artists, 1315, 96; and literature, 15-17; and propaganda, 166
Artists, 13-15, 96, 100
Asia, xxii, 17-19.See alsoChina; Japan; Orientalism
Association for Negro History, 203
Atlanta, Georgia, 19-20, 57,167-68, 17778, 210
Adanta University, 20-22, 87, 102, 103, 127-28, 165-66
Autobiography, xiv, 19, 72, 197. See also Dusk of Dawn
Autonomy, 175. See alsoSelf-help
Awards, 164, 200
Azikiwe, Nnamdi, 22
Baker, Ella, 60
Baldwin, Maria, 91
Bandung conference, 23-24
Banister, E. ML, 14
Barber, J. Max, 148
Beale, Howard K., x
Belgian Congo, 24-26
Belgium, 24-26
Bellegarde, Dances, 26

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword: The Dissenting Temperament of W.E.B. Du Bois ix
  • Preface xvii
  • Introduction xix
  • Chronology xxv
  • A 1
  • B 23
  • C 37
  • D 49
  • E 67
  • F 79
  • G 83
  • H 93
  • I 107
  • J 111
  • K 119
  • L 121
  • M 129
  • N 141
  • O 151
  • P 157
  • Q 173
  • R 177
  • S 191
  • T 203
  • U 207
  • V 211
  • W 213
  • Selected Bibliography 227
  • Index 241
  • About the Contributors 249
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