Encyclopedia of the Harlem Literary Renaissance by Lois BrownArtistic movement of the 1920s and early '30s, the Harlem Renaissance was one of the most productive eras in American literary history. Focusing on the literary side of the movement, the encyclopedia provides authoritative coverage and unique insight into the literature of the Harlem Renaissance. More than 1,000 concise, A-to-Z entries detail the historical relevance of the subject and explain how the writer, work, or idea helped fundamentally reshape American literature.
This is an award-winning Black Studies portfolio that brings together documentaries, interviews, and previously unavailable archival footage surveying the African American experience. The collection contains 500 hours of film covering African American history, politics, art and culture, family structure, gender relationships, and social and economic issues.
The Harlem Renaissance: The Music & Rhythms That Started a Cultural Revolution.
DVD format, 2004.
Featuring commentary from historians and the performers themselves, this program traces the roots of the music of the Harlem Renaissance, its social impact on society and its eventual acceptance in mainstream culture.
Location: Video Collection- Level 2 - UIS borrowing only
Call No.: ML3556.8.N5 H37 2004