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This historiography of gender and black colleges uncovers the omission of women and gender relations. It uses an integrative framework, conceptualized by Evelyn Nakano Glenn, that considers race and gender as mutually interconnected, revealing different results than might be seen by considering these issues independently. The article is significant for historians and nonhistorians alike and has implications for educational policy and practice in the current day.
black colleges, African Americans, black women, gender, history
Gasman, M. (2007). Swept Under the Rug? A Historiography of Gender and Black Colleges. Retrieved from http://repository.upenn.edu/gse_pubs/190
Date Posted: 12 December 2008
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