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<v - contents> Contents Acknowledgments 000 Foreword 000 Charles Joyner Introduction 000 Sheila L. Skemp I. Sex The Erotic South: Civilization and Sexuality in American Abolitionism 000 Ronald G. Walters Ministerial Misdeeds: The Onderdonk Trial and Sexual Harassment in the 1840s 000 Patricia Cline Cohen Stallions in the Churchyard: Sexuality and Privacy in Rural Mississippi 000 Susan Ditto II. Slavery Relations Which Might Be Disastrous: Natchez Indians and African Slaves in French Louisiana 000 David J. Libby Christ in Chains: Slavery's Negative Impact on the Conversion of African American Slaves 000 Daniel L. Fountain III. Race What's Critical about White Studies 000 Paul Spickard Lester Young: Master of Jive 000 Douglas Henry Daniels Holding Center Stage: Race Pride and the Extracurriculum at Historically Black Colleges and Universities 000 Patrick B. Miller IV. Religion "Blessed Are the Peacemakers": William Jay and the Drive for International Arbitration 000 Stephen P. Budney Max Weber in New England 000 Charles L. Cohen Notes 000 Contributors 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
United States -- Race relations.
Slavery -- United States -- History.
Slavery -- Political aspects -- United States -- History.
Sex role -- United States -- History.
Sex -- United States -- History.
United States -- Religion.
Christianity -- United States.
United States -- Civilization.