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Situating identity: An archaeology and representation of race and community in Annapolis, Maryland
This dissertation presents an examination of the role of space in the processes of racialization that occurred in the small, southern city of Annapolis, Maryland, from 1870 to 1930. The work is primarily a landscape study ...
Speaking the song, spreading the word, lifting the people: The reimagination of community through vocal music activism
This study examines the development, transmittal, and reimagination of community as a form of resistance in African American women's vocal tradition. It proceeds through a series of linked critical essays that together ...
Defending deep democracy
This dissertation is concerned with the "living issues" that certain philosophers have come to identify with the fundamental problems of the democratic experience in only formally "democratic" societies like our own. Known ...