Mary Turner and the memory of lynching

Birth and nation: Mary Turner and the discourse of lynching -- Silence, voice, and motherhood: constructing lynching as a Black woman's issue -- Brutal facts and split-gut words: constructing lynching as a national trauma -- Contemporary confrontations: recovering the memory of Mary Turner -- C...

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Main Author: Armstrong, Julie Buckner
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Athens, Ga. [u.a.] Univ. of Georgia Press c 2011
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Summary:Birth and nation: Mary Turner and the discourse of lynching -- Silence, voice, and motherhood: constructing lynching as a Black woman's issue -- Brutal facts and split-gut words: constructing lynching as a national trauma -- Contemporary confrontations: recovering the memory of Mary Turner -- Conclusion: marking a collective past
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references (p. [219]-247) and index
Physical Description:XII, 255 S. Ill., Kt. 23 cm
ISBN:0820337668
082033765X
9780820337661
9780820337654