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  • Author:
    St. Clair Drake
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    0934934215
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    University of California, Center for Afro-American Studies; Reprint, 1998 edition (June 1, 1987)
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Clair Drake was married to a colleague, Elizabeth Dewey Johns Black Folks Here and There: An Essay in History and Anthropology (2 vols), 1987 and 1990.

Clair Drake was married to a colleague, Elizabeth Dewey Johns. Johns was a graduate student in sociology at the University of Chicago when Drake began work there as a graduate student in anthropology. As a fellow student, she helped introduce Drake to theories connected with cultural and behavioral relativism. The couple raised two children, Sandra and Karl. Black Folks Here and There: An Essay in History and Anthropology (2 vols), 1987 and 1990.

As a professor of history, I use it as the best introduction to the global problems of race and racism left behind by modern slavery and the Atlantic slave trade.

Clair Drake was one of the deans of Black Studies as well as American Sociology, and he applied that rare background to an analysis and evaluation of modern theories of race and racism. His main targets are the theory of black inferiority and the theory of universal black contemptability. As a professor of history, I use it as the best introduction to the global problems of race and racism left behind by modern slavery and the Atlantic slave trade. No one knew this subject or wrote with the scope as did Professor Drake. Thus, this text is essential reading for teachers and students.

In this volume, the Black experience is conveyed through the Judaic, Greek Black Folk Here and There is a seminal work that attempts to combine anthropology and comparative history in a study of the Black Experience from the beginning of literate cultures to the advent of th. .

In this volume, the Black experience is conveyed through the Judaic, Greek Black Folk Here and There is a seminal work that attempts to combine anthropology and comparative history in a study of the Black Experience from the beginning of literate cultures to the advent of the transatlantic slave trade and the White Racism that quickly developed as its ideological support.

Drake, St. Clair January 2, 1911June 14, 1990 Sociologist St. Clair Drake was born in Suffolk, Virginia, where his father was a Baptist . Black Folks Here and There: An Essay in History and Anthropology.

Drake, St. Clair Drake was born in Suffolk, Virginia, where his father was a Baptist pastor in small rural parishes. Vol. 1. Los Angeles: Center for Afro-American Studies, University of California at Los Angeles. Black Folk Here and There: An Essay in History and Anthropology. 2. Drake, St. Clair, and Horace Cayton. Black Metropolis: A Study of Negro Life in a Northern City. New York: Harcourt Brace.

Manufacturer: Univ of California Center for Afro Release date: 1 February 1991 ISBN-10 : 0934934304 ISBN-13: 9780934934305.

1990 Black Folk Here and There: An Essay in History and Anthropology, Vol. Center for Afro-American Studies, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angles. Edgell, Stephen 1993 Class. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Epperson, Terrence W. 1990 Race and the Disciplines of the Plantation. Historical Archaeology 24(4):29–36.

1987-90 A Integragdo do Negro na Sociedade de Classes. Translated as The Negro in Brazilian Society.

Black Folk Here and There: An Essay in History and Anthropology. Los Angeles: Center for Afro-American Studies, University of California. BlackReconstruction in America, 1860-1880. New York: Atheneum Press. The World and Africa: An Inquiry into the Part Which Africa Played in World History. The Invention of the Americas: Eclipse of "the Other" and the Myth of Modernity. A Integragdo do Negro na Sociedade de Classes. Clair 1990 Black Folk Here and There: An Essay in History and Anthropology Volume II. Los Angeles: Center fir Afro-American Studies. Firmin, Antenor 2002 The Equality of Human Races: Positivist Anthropology. Champaign: University of Illinois Press

Drake, St. Champaign: University of Illinois Press. Garbarino, Merwyn S. 1977 Sociocultural Theory in Anthropology: A Short History. Long Grove: Waveland Press, Inc. Goodman, Alan and Yolanda T. Moses, Joseph L. Jones, American Anthropological Association 2012 Race Are We So Different?. Harrison, Ira E and Faye V. Harrison 1998 African American Pioneers in Anthropology.

Black Folk Here and There is a seminal work that attempts to combine anthropology and comparative history in a study of the Black Experience from the beginning of literate cultures to the advent of the transatlantic slave trade and the White Racism that quickly developed as its ideological support. In this volume, the Black experience is conveyed through the Judaic, Greek and Roman cultures to European Christendom and the Muslim World in the period before the great diaspora from Africa to the West began in the sixteenth century CE.

Saintrius
This is definitely a must read for all historians and anthropologists alike. One of Dr. Francis St.Clair Drake's greatest works
Swiang
Professor Drake's Black Folk Here and There is essential reading for anyone concerned with the history and legacy of slavery and race in the contemporary world. This book provides the best review of the specialized literature on race and slavery, making available a great deal of knowledge heretofore confined to university libraries. St. Clair Drake was one of the deans of Black Studies as well as American Sociology, and he applied that rare background to an analysis and evaluation of modern theories of race and racism. His main targets are the theory of black inferiority and the theory of universal black contemptability. Did every civilization develop racism against "blacks"? In order to challenge that idea presented by some psychologists and historians, including the prize winning Professor Carl Degler, Drake reviews the history of Egypt, Ethiopia, Europe and Christianity in the Middle Ages, slavery and Islam, and the rise of the Atlantic Slave Trade. And he finds that there was no universal contempt for blacks. The evaluation of blacks throughout the ages, depended on their status in various civilizations. The high point of black social and cultural status was in ancient Egypt and Ethiopia as well as during the Middle Ages as revealed in such folklore as Prester John and the Black Madonna. However, with the emergence of the Atlantic slave trade as the modern world took shape, Black Africans took on a distinct ly degraded social and cultural status that was spread by modern communications throughout the world. In terms of encyclopedic knowledge on this subject and hard hitting analysis, Drake's study is unrivaled! As a professor of history, I use it as the best introduction to the global problems of race and racism left behind by modern slavery and the Atlantic slave trade. No one knew this subject or wrote with the scope as did Professor Drake. Thus, this text is essential reading for teachers and students.