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The Quest for Citizenship

Warren, Kim Cary

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ISBN 10: 0807871370 / ISBN 13: 9780807871379
Editorial: The University of North Carolina Press, 2010
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Título: The Quest for Citizenship

Editorial: The University of North Carolina Press

Año de publicación: 2010

Encuadernación: PAP

Condición del libro:New

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"A thoughtful examination of the educational, philosophical, and developmental history of nonwhite peoples in the United States, highly recommended as a worthy addition to college and public library American History shelves."--"Midwest Review of Books A thoughtful examination of the educational, philosophical, and developmental history of nonwhite peoples in the United States, highly recommended as a worthy addition to college and public library American History shelves.--Midwest Review of Books A good, well-documented contribution to our understanding of the driving forces behind education for African Americans and Native Americans and the end results of such schooling.--Kansas History A bold and important work that situates the Kansas story in the larger context of race relations in America . . . . This very fine book deserves a careful reading by educational historians. Students, moreover, will find it a fascinating window on the complex connections between race, education, and the meaning of citizenship in America.--History of Education Quarterly A valuable contribution to Kansas history and essential reading for those interested in education and the construction of identities among two of America's most prominent minority groups." --The Journal of American History Students of the history of education will benefit from this helpful investigation that allows comparison to contemporary schools like the Hampton Institute and Booker T. Washington's Tuskegee Institute. Recommended.--Choice Warren's well-researched and valuable study is intriguing.--American Historical Review "A bold and important work that situates the Kansas story in the larger context of race relations in America . . . . This very fine book deserves a careful reading by educational historians. Students, moreover, will find it a fascinating window on the complex connections between race, education, and the meaning of citizenship in America."--"History of Education Quarterly" "Students of the history of education will benefit from this helpful investigation that allows comparison to contemporary schools like the Hampton Institute and Booker T. Washington's Tuskegee Institute. Recommended."--"Choice" "A valuable contribution to Kansas history and essential reading for those interested in education and the construction of identities among two of America's most prominent minority groups." --"The Journal of American History" "Warren's well-researched and valuable study is intriguing."--"American Historical Review" "A good, well-documented contribution to our understanding of the driving forces behind education for African Americans and Native Americans and the end results of such schooling."--"Kansas History" "Warren's comparative study makes important and interesting contributions."-"Journal of Southern History"

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