#Charlestonsyllabus
The #Charlestonsyllabus movement was co-founded by  Dr. Keisha N. Blain. Learn more at the African-American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS) website and watch for the forthcoming website devoted to this project: www.TheCharlestonSyllabus.com. Also coming soon is Dr. Blain's book, Charleston Syllabus: Readings on Race, Racism, and Racial Violence  (University of Georgia Press, 2016).


GENERAL HISTORICAL OVERVIEWS

READINGS ON SOUTH CAROLINA  
READINGS ON CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA  
READINGS ON SLAVERY
*General Overviews
*On Slavery in the U.S. South
*On Slavery in the U.S. North
*On Slavery in the Atlantic World
READINGS ON THE CIVIL WAR & RECONSTRUCTION
READINGS ON THE CONFEDERATE FLAG
READINGS ON POST-RECONSTRUCTION AND JIM CROW
READINGS ON RACIAL VIOLENCE
READINGS ON WHITE RACIAL IDENTITY
READINGS ON WHITE SUPREMECY IN THE U.S. AND ABROAD
Note: See the AAIHS’s Bibliography on Black Internationalism and RacismReview’s Bibliography on White Supremacy
READINGS ON RACE AND RELIGION 
READINGS ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN'S RELIGIOUS HISTORY
Note: See the University of California’s Bibliography on Black Feminism and Womanism
READINGS ON THE CIVIL RIGHTS-BLACK POWER ERA
AFRICAN-AMERICAN PROSE
AFRICAN-AMERICAN POETRY
SELECTED PRIMARY SOURCES
*Most available online via link on #Charlestonsyllabus
FOR YOUNG READERS
MULTIMEDIA RESOURCES
*Films
*Music
*Websites
COURSE HANDOUTS AND OTHER TEACHING MATERIALS
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