The Comparative Imagination


  INTRODUCTION

 collapse sectionPART ONE HISTORIOGRAPHICAL EXPLORATIONS
 Chapter One The Status of Comparative History (1980)
 Chapter Two The Frontier in South African and American History
 expand sectionChapter Three From Exceptionalism to Variability
 Chapter Four Planters, Junkers, andPomeschiki

 collapse sectionPART TWO RACE AND RACISM IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
 expand sectionChapter Five Understanding Racism
 expand sectionChapter Six Race and Empire in Liberal Thought
 expand sectionChapter Seven Black-White Relations since Emancipation

 collapse sectionPART THREE  TWENTIETH-CENTURY FREEDOM STRUGGLES
 Chapter Eight Reform and Revolution in American and South African Freedom Struggles
 Chapter Nine Prophets of Black Liberation
 expand sectionChapter Ten Nonviolent Resistance to White Supremacy
 Chapter Eleven From Black Power to Black Consciousness

 expand sectionINDEX

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