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Terror and triumph : the nature of Black religion / Anthony B. Pinn. [print]

By: Pinn, Anthony B [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Minneapolis, Minnesota : Fortress Press, (c)2003. Description: xiv, 274 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0800636015; 9780800636012Subject(s): African Americans -- Religion | United States -- Church historyLOC classification: BR563.T477 2003Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
"Look, a Negro!" : how the new world African became an object of history Constructing terror. "How much for a young buck?" : slave auction and identity Rope neckties : lynching and identity Waging war. Houses of prayer in a hostile land : responses of Black religion to terror Covert practices : further responses of Black religion to terror -- "I'll make me a world" : Black religion as historical context Seeking triumph. Crawling backward : toward a theory of Black religion's center Finding the center : methodological issues considered.
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"Look, a Negro!" : how the new world African became an object of history Constructing terror. "How much for a young buck?" : slave auction and identity Rope neckties : lynching and identity Waging war. Houses of prayer in a hostile land : responses of Black religion to terror Covert practices : further responses of Black religion to terror -- "I'll make me a world" : Black religion as historical context Seeking triumph. Crawling backward : toward a theory of Black religion's center Finding the center : methodological issues considered.

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