Sisterhood denied race gender and class in a new south community class and culture dolores janiewski on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in the last decades of the nineteenth century durham north carolina was a growing town typical of the industrial new south depending on cheap cotton. In this work dorothy e janiewski attempts to write a labor history of durham north carolina from 1880 to 1950 using race and gender as criteria for analysis in addition to class she is particularly interested in the potential for solidarity between working women across racial lines a potential . Janiewski dolores e 1985 sisterhood denied race gender and class in a new south community philadelphia temple university press johansson sheila ryan 1976 herstory as history a new field or another fad in carroll berenice ed liberating womens history . Janiewski dolores sisterhood denied race gender and class in a new south community 1984 bibliographic section african american history bibliographic subject black women bibliographic type book buy this book from amazon you can support blackpastorg by clicking the amazon link below if available and make any purchase on amazoncom. Among her previous publications are sisterhood denied race gender and class in a new south community temple university press 1985 1993 and various articles dealing with labour history womens history and race relations she is currently working on passion power
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