Recent Books That May Be of Interest to African-American Scholars

The JBHE Weekly Bulletin regularly publishes a list of new books that may be of interest to our readers. Here are the latest selections.
 • An Example for All the Land: Emancipation and the Struggle Over Equality in Washington, D.C. by Kate Masur (University of North Carolina Press)

Black Yanks in the Pacific: Race in the Making of American Military Empire After World War II by Michael Cullen Green (Cornell University Press)

Blackness in the White Nation: A History of Afro-Uruguay by George Reid Andrews (University of North Carolina Press)

Color Lines, Country Lines: Race, Immigration, and Wealth Stratification in America by Lingxin Hao (Russell Sage Foundation)

Divergent Social Worlds: Neighborhood Crime and the Racial-Spatial Divide by Ruth D. Peterson and Lauren J. Krivo (Russell Sage Foundation)

Hi-De-Ho: The Life of Cab Calloway by Alyn Shipton (Oxford University Press)

Learning to Speak, Learning to Listen: How Diversity Works on Campus by Susan E. Chase (Cornell University Press)

Sacred Steel: Inside an African American Steel Guitar Tradition by Robert L. Stone (University of Illinois Press)

Slavery, Civil War, and Salvation: African American Slaves and Christianity, 1830-1870 by Daniel L. Fountain (Louisiana State University Press)

The Colors of Poverty: Why Racial and Ethnic Disparities Persist edited by Ann Chih Lin and David R. Harris (Russell Sage Foundation)

The Diversity Paradox: Immigration and the Color Line in Twenty-First Century America by Jennifer Lee and Frank D. Bean (Russell Sage Foundation)

We Wear the Mask: Paul Laurence Dunbar and the Politics of Representative Reality edited by Willie J. Harrell Jr. (Kent State University Press)

Who Gets a Childhood? Race and Juvenile Justice in Twentieth-Century Texas by William S. Bush (University of Georgia Press)