NIGHTINGALE, CH: Segregation: A Global History of Divided Cities

Nightingale, Carl H. Segregation: A Global History of Divided Cities (Historical Studies of Urban America). University of Chicago Press, 2012. ISBN: 9780226580746. Unmarked text. Like New in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30738) $24.00

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This global perspective adds to our understanding of how cities became and are sites of segregation and exclusion since the 18th century. Extends from urban Africa and Asia to the cities of the Americas and Europe, linking themes such as empire, migration and racialization to his analysis of place and space. Cities include Johannesburg, Calcutta, Chicago, and others.

Measures 6×9 inches. 536p. 42 halftones.

HARRISON-ROSS, P: The Black Child: A Parents’ Guide: How to Overcome the Problems of Raising Black Children in a White World

Harrison-Ross, Phyllis; Wyden, Barbara. The Black Child: A Parents’ Guide: How to Overcome the Problems of Raising Black Children in a White World. New York: Peter H. Wyden, 1973. ISBN: 0883260026. Unmarked text. Previous owner’s name and address inside. Unclipped dust jacket with chipping. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30703) $14.00

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The first complete manual for Black and White parents. One Black and one White author. Suggested readings. Related films. Index.

Topics include explaining blackness and prejudice, specific suggestions about wording to present matters constructively and to all ages, and more.

NAEEM, A: Black Out: Silhouettes Then and Now.

Naeem, Asma. Black Out: Silhouettes Then and Now. Princeton University Press, 2018. ISBN: 9780691180588. Unmarked. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#29623)

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Accompanied exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. Illustrated. First major publication to focus on the development of silhouettes, gathers leading experts to shed light on the surprisingly complex historical, political, and social underpinnings of this ostensibly simple art form.

Historical research and four contemporary artists: Kara Walker, Kristi Malakoff, Kumi Yamashita, and Camille Utterback.