Citations with the tag: MISCEGENATION

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  • THE CASE OF EBONY AND TOPAZ: RACIAL AND SEXUAL HYBRIDITY IN HARLEM RENAISSANCE ILLUSTRATIONS.
    Goeser, Caroline // American Periodicals; 2005, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p86 

    The article presents information on "Ebony and Topaz," issued once in 1927 as a collection of essays, poetry, and illustrations edited by Charles S. Johnson, the African American editor of "Opportunity: A Journal of Negro Life." Though the volume has received little scholarly attention, it...

  • Race and Captivity in Cooper's The Wept of Wish-ton-Wish.
    Wallace, James D. // American Literary History; Summer1995, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p189 

    This article focuses on the U.S. novelist James Fenimore Cooper. For writer Leslie Fiedler, miscegenation is the key to all Cooper's writing about race. His book "The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish," Fiedler insists, that it must be read as the first anti-miscegenation novel in literature. Though...

  • THE RACIAL CROSSOVER IN COMORBIDITY, DISABILITY, AND MORTALITY.
    Johnson, Nan E. // Demography; Aug2000, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p267 

    The article analyzes racial crossover in co-morbidity, disability and mortality among elderly population in the United States. It further elucidates on the factors that explain the Black or White crossover in mortality, racial crossover in the cumulative number of fatal diagnoses and...

  • Surfing the Skin: Images of Brides as the Sexualized Other in Cross-Border Marriages.
    Lee, Suan // Asian Journal of Women's Studies; 2010, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p35 

    This study is focused on gendered otherness in cross-border marriage and an examination of images of foreign brides in the context of cultural hybridity. It starts with the premise that skin is the place where cultural and racial identity is determined and mediates the formation of the gender...

  • The Racial Canons of American Sociology: Identity Across the Lifespan as Biracial Alternative.
    Hall, Ronald E. // American Sociologist; Spring2000, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p86 

    The utilization of racial canons in American sociology has dictated traditional models of identity. Biracial Americans are consistently identified based upon the presumed race category of their African heritage. The result is that biracial Americans are ambiguous pertaining to racial identity...

  • WOULD YOU WANT YOUR DAUGHTER TO MARRY ONE?
    MASSAQUOI, HANS I. // Ebony; Aug1965, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p82 

    The article focuses on the marital relationships between the African American men and the White women. The article discusses that such relationships are strongly opposed by the Whites as well as the Blacks. African American males have been accused of trying to sexually dominate over white women....

  • Introduction.
    Gullett, Gayle; Gray, Susan E. // Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies; 2010, Vol. 31 Issue 3, preceding p1 

    An introduction to this issue's topics, including an article on gender and sexuality, a roundtable discussion on miscegenation and race, and an article about the sexuality of young women, is presented.

  • Miscegenation An American Leviathan.
    Maillard, Kevin Noble // Human Rights; Summer2009, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p15 

    The article presents information on antimiscegenation laws in the U.S. The Supreme Court of the U.S. declared antimiscegenation laws unconstitutional in the decision of the court case Loving v. Virginia, 388 U.S. of 1967. The case was of Richard Loving, a white man, and Mildred Jeter, an African...

  • Verbal Behavior by Black and White Leaders of Biracial Groups in Two Different Environments.
    Allen, William R.; Rube, John A. // Journal of Applied Psychology; Aug76, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p441 

    The purpose of this analysis was to investigate if black and white leaders of racially mixed groups used different comment patterns when supervising their groups. Samples of 96 college students and 288 naval recruits, each divided equally among male blacks and whites, worked on two laboratory...

  • The Foundations of Freyre's Work: Engagement and Disengagement in the Brazil of 1923-1933.
    NEEDELL, JEFFREY D. // Portuguese Studies; 2011, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p8 

    The burden of this analysis will be to suggest the nature of Freyre's preoccupations with race and patriarchy, to re-examine the centrality of miscegenation in his thought, and to demonstrate the profoundly reactionary position regarding modernity and politics which is manifest in the way he...

  • Abstracts.
    NEEDELL, JEFFREY D. // Portuguese Studies; 2011, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p108 

    The article presents abstracts on topics related to sociology, including the centrality of miscegenation in the thought of sociologist Gilberto Freyre, the intellectual origins and meaning of his novel "Casa-grande" and the detection of ideological meanings through paratextual repertoires using...

  • GIRLS IN "WHITE" DRESSES, PRETEND FATHERS: INTERRACIAL SEXUALITY AND INTERCULTURAL COMMUNITY IN THE CANADIAN ARCTIC.
    Davis-Fisch, Heather // Theatre Research in Canada; Spring2011, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p84 

    In 1903-04, men and officers of the Era and the Neptune and local Inuit socialized extensively while the two ships wintered near Fullerton Harbour (Nunavut). Square dances, the most popular shipboard events, functioned as sites where racial differences were manipulated and enacted through social...

  • WHITE DISAVOWAL, BLACK ENFRANCHISEMENT, AND THE HOMOEROTIC IN WILLIAM FAULKNER'S LIGHT IN AUGUST.
    Abdur-Rahman, Aliyyah I. // Faulkner Journal; Fall2006/Spring2007, Vol. 22 Issue 1/2, p176 

    This article sets to point out that in his novel, "Light in August," William Faulkner used miscegenation to represent endangered white masculinity and a homoerotic desire running underneath the white male's obsession with the manhood of black men. It also argues that black characters in the...

  • The Campaign for Eugenics in Virginia: The Influence of Dr. J.S. DeJarnette.
    Brocato, Amanda D. // Augusta Historical Bulletin; 2008, Issue 44, p105 

    In this article the author discusses a movement in the state of Virginia that advocated the sterilization of individuals considered to be afflicted with hereditary forms of mental illness. The author notes that this legislation, enacted in 1924 as the Racial Integrity Act, also made...

  • Le m�tissage euro-inuit dans la sous-aire culturelle du Labrador m�ridional.
    Charest, Paul // Recherches Am�rindiennes au Qu�bec; 2007, Vol. 37 Issue 2/3, p61 

    The cultural sub-area of South Labrador includes the two sub-regions of Southern Labrador and the Straits of Belle Isle in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, and that of the Lower North Shore in the Province of Qu�bec. The three of them share in common a large number of cultural...

  • REGULATING WHITE DESIRE.
    Oh, Reginald // Wisconsin Law Review; 2007, Vol. 2007 Issue 2, p463 

    The article talks about the restriction of white women to marry only white men. The author mentions that miscegenation laws aimed to promote the supremacy of white race by regulating and restricting the freedom of white individuals to choose who they should marry. He reports that segregationists...

  • SINO-AMERICAN MISCEGENATION IN SHANGHAI.
    Lamson, Herbert Day // Social Forces (University of North Carolina Press); May36, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p573 

    The article focuses on Sino-American miscegenation in Shanghai. The degree of social isolation and approach between different groups in the social pyramid or in interethnic relationships can be judged in part by noting the presence or absence of freedom for inter-group marriage, and the...

  • The Spectres Emerge in Daylight.
    Wood, Robin // Cineaction; 1997, Issue 43, p4 

    The article presents comparisons of several films that show the emergence of the western culture and its history, which is said to be haunted by twin spectres including miscegenation, as threat to white supremacy and homosexuality, as threat to patriarchy. It explains that miscegenation is the...

  • "He Will Remember Me": Anglo-American Spiritualists, Slavery, and the Ghosts of Miscegenation.
    Polk, Patrick A. // Southern Quarterly; Summer2010, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p24 

    This essay discusses séances held in the 19th and 20th centuries by British and U.S. spiritual mediums in order to allegedly communicate with racialized spirits. The author connects such communication with the dead to various other literary and visual representations of African Americans...

  • Winding Through Nationalism, Patriarchy, Privilege and Concern: A Selected Overview of Afrikaans Women Writers.
    Stander, Christell; Willemse, Hein // Research in African Literatures; Fall1992, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p5 

    The presents a selected overview of Afrikaans women writers. The article adds that with the compliance of major Afrikaner women's organizations, the Afrikaner patriarchy constructed the sexual ideology by promoting a series of interlocking stereotypes, which partly drew on dominant ideals of...

  • Five Imperial Adventures in the Waikato.
    Moffat, Kirstine // Journal of New Zealand Literature; 2011, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p37 

    A literary criticism of the books "Novel of Adventure" and "Novel of Manners," by Alfred Lyall is presented. It says that the "Novel of Manners" is concerned with the analysis of character and civil emotions while the "Novel of Adventure" focuses on heroic action and enterprise in remote places...

  • MAIZE-BEER, GOSSIP, AND SLANDER: FEMALE TAVERN PROPRIETORS AND URBAN, ETHNIC CULTURAL ELABORATION IN BOLIVIA, 1870-1930.
    Hames, Gina // Journal of Social History; Winter2003, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p351 

    This article presents an account of cultural elaboration of ethnic groups prevalent in Bolivia between 1870-1930. During the period chicheras had become more dominant in the chola neighborhoods in Sucre. In the legal cases it became particularly evident that chicheras controlled important social...

  • DU BON USAGE DES MALENTENDUS CULTURELS : POUR UNE PRAGMATIQUE DE LA CULTURALITÉ.
    Abdallah-Pretceille, Martine // Swiss Journal of Sociology; 1997, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p375 

    The concept of culture no longer allows accounting for structural mutations, or for the dynamics relating to cultural pluralism. Acculturations, miscegenation, transgressions, strategies — all these are processes which complexify cultures and render them hard to perceive and to read as...

  • Quand le moi devient autre. Connaître, échanger, transformer.
    FILIPPOVA, Elena // Population (00324663);  

    No abstract available.

  • El mural de Eppens.
    Cordero, Rafael Álvarez // Revista de la Facultad de Medicina de la UNAM; jul/ago2013, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p60 

    No abstract available.

  • La creatividad Francisco Eppens Helguera.
    Cordero, Rafael Álvarez // Revista de la Facultad de Medicina de la UNAM; jul/ago2013, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p62 

    No abstract available.

  • "What's Love Got To Do With It?" The Politics of Race and Marriage in the California Supreme Court's 1948 Perez v. Sharp Decision.
    Matsumoto, Valerie // OAH Magazine of History; Jul2004, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p31 

    In a society that espouses the belief that love can overcome all obstacles, one often overlook how social definitions of race play an important role in a courtship and marriage rituals. Although laws prohibiting interracial marriages were found unconstitutional in the Supreme Court's 1967 Loving...

  • This Is What a Lesbian Looks Like.
    Minero, Emelina // Curve; Dec2012, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p10 

    The article features Lares Feliciano, a lesbian and biracial Puerto Rican filmmaker. It explains how her sexual identity and racial affiliation highly influenced filmmaking profession. She mentions that the John Ford's film, "The Searcher," gave her the inspiration to maker Western genre films....

  • Ask Nana Jean!... About Biracial Identity.
    Moule, Jean // Skipping Stones; Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p27 

    The article offers information on biracial identity. It is said that at present times, many people choose the race they want to identify with or choose to celebrate their multiracial heritage. Researchers have shown that many people have mixed racial ancestry including those who identified...

  • Others' histories.
    Pennee, Donna Palmateer // Canadian Literature;  

    Reviews the books ``We're Rooted Here and They Can't Pull Us Up': Essays in African Canadian Women's History,' by Dione Brand, et al., and `Miscegenation Blues: Voices of Mixed Race Women,' edited by Carol Camper.

  • Colorless Conjugality.
    Pennee, Donna Palmateer // Time;  

    The article reports on the passage of antmiscegenation statute in Maryland in 1935. It states that the statute, which was approved to prevent Filipino mess boys at the Naval Academy in Annapolis from taking local brides, bars marriage of either whites or African Americans with a member of the...

  • Clorinda Matto de Turner's Herencia as the Creation of an Alternative Social Knowledge.
    Fraser, Jennifer // Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (1475-3839); 2011, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p97 

    In this article I examine the broad discourse of private citizenship in Clorinda Matto de Turner's Herencia (1895) to ask how she alters the existing hierarchy of values to create an alternative social knowledge (by social knowledge, I refer to the shared collective knowledge held within the...

  • Anti-Miscegenation Statutes: Repugnant Indeed.
    Fraser, Jennifer // Time; 6/23/1967, Vol. 89 Issue 25, p53 

    The article focuses on the issue regarding the anti-miscegenation laws in the U.S. It mentions that Virginia and other 15 states have banned their citizens from marrying with other races and notes the corresponding punishment for doing so. However, it cites the reaction of the Supreme Court...

  • Comparaciones Morfológicas Entre las Mandíbulas de Brasileños y de Poblaciones de Otros Continentes.
    Prado, Felippe Bevilacqua; Caria, Paulo Henrique Ferreira // International Journal of Morphology; 2007, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p323 

    The mandibles found in different regions of the planet present considerable morphological differences, propounding questions about the morphological changes and characteristics of the human's mandibles. The racial plurality and the consequent miscegenation of the Brazilian population must to...

  • EDUCATION AND BLACK-WHITE INTERRACIAL MARRIAGE.
    Gullickson, Aaron // Demography; Nov2006, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p673 

    This article discusses various theoretical claims about the likelihood of black-white interracial marriage and the relationship to education including the status exchange theory, structural assimilation theory and isolation. According to the author, there is little evidence to support that...

  • Comparación Antropométrica entre Mandíbulas de las Poblaciones Uruguaya y Brasileña.
    Sassi, Carlos; Picapedra, Alicia; Caria, Paulo Henrique Ferreira; Groppo, Francisco; Júnior, Luiz Francesquini; Júnior, Eduardo Daruge; Prado, Felippe Bevilacqua // International Journal of Morphology; 2012, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p379 

    The human mandibles belonging to Uruguayan population present some anatomic differences with those belonging to Brazilian population. This appears to be determined by racial and ethnic characteristics of each country. This study examined the morphological characteristics of 100 Uruguayan...

  • Proper mixed-up: miscegenation among Aboriginal Australians.
    Solonec, Cindy // Australian Aboriginal Studies; Nov2013, Vol. 2013 Issue 2, p76 

    Early in Australia's history legislation was passed in most states to deal specifically with an 'Aboriginal problem'. The perceived 'problem' involved Aboriginals, Asians and white people producing offspring that interfered with official aspirations for a 'pure' white British race. In Western...

  • Untitled.
    Van Thompson, Carlyle // Eating the Black Body: Miscegenation as Sexual Consumption in Af; 2006, preceding p2 

    The author mentions names of people for whom the book "Eating the Black Body: Miscegenation as Sexual Consumption in African Literature & Culture is dedicated including Cynthia Pullen-Thompson and Jabari James Joseph Jawara Thompson.

  • acknowledgments.
    Van Thompson, Carlyle // Eating the Black Body: Miscegenation as Sexual Consumption in Af; 2006, preceding p2 

    People that the author would like to thank for their assistance in the creation of the book "Eating the Black Body: Miscegenation as Sexual Consumption in African Literature & Culture" are mentioned including James de Jognh and George P. Cunningham.

  • introduction.
    Van Thompson, Carlyle // Eating the Black Body: Miscegenation as Sexual Consumption in Af; 2006, preceding p2 

    An introduction to the book "Eating the Black Body: Miscegenation as Sexual Consumption in African American Literature and Culture" is presented.

  • American Ethnoracial History and the Amalgamation Narrative.
    Hollinger, David A. // Journal of American Ethnic History; Summer2006, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p153 

    The article discusses ethnoracial history in the U.S. The concept of descent distinguishes ethnoracial history from religious history or the history of civil society. Ethnoracial history encourages to examine the processes by which groups are formed and maintained and in some cases dissolved....

  • Baby boomers and beyond: Crossing racial boundaries in search for love.
    Tsunokai, Glenn T.; McGrath, Allison R. // Journal of Aging Studies; Aug2011, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p285 

    Abstract: This study investigates interracial dating preferences between black and white daters over the age of 45. Using data from one of the largest matchmaking website (N =1335), logistic regression is used to examine the odds of one''s willingness to date someone of a different race or...

  • THE PENNY AND THE NICKEL IN 'EVERYTHING THAT RISES MUST CONVERGE'
    Ower, John // Studies in Short Fiction; Winter86, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p107 

    Presents author's notes on Flannery O'Connor's short story 'Everything That Rises Must Converge.' Significance of the gift of a coin to a black boy by a white woman; Symbolism of the giving of a cent instead of a nickel to the boy; Rise of southern blacks by the Lincoln cent.

  • Incorporating Multiracial/multiEthnic Topics in Teacher Preparation: Pedagogical and Ideological Considerations.
    Wallace, Kendra R. // Electronic Magazine of Multicultural Education; Fall2001, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p8 

    The following instructional idea examines pedagogical and ideological implications of integrating multiracial/ethnic studies into pre-service teacher education. It is argued that diversifying the curriculum to address the experiences of multiracial/ethnic students is important not only because...

  • Empire des Nègres Blancs: The Hybridity of International Personality and the Abyssinia Crisis of 1935–36.
    PARFITT, ROSE // Leiden Journal of International Law; Dec2011, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p849 

    The ‘Abyssinia Crisis’ of 1935–36 – in which one League of Nations member (imperial Ethiopia) was annexed by another (Fascist Italy) – presents one of the clearest twentieth-century illustrations of international law's ‘progress narrative’....

  • Chapter 16: Androgyny and Miscegenation in The Crying Game.
    Clarke, Richard L. W. // Gendered Realities: Essays in Caribbean Feminist Thought; 2002, p297 

    Chapter 16 of the book "Gendered Realities: Essays in Caribbean Feminist Thought" is presented. It focuses on androgyny and miscegenation in the film "The Crying Game." According to the author, the film does not give discrete categories on gender and race to its characters, citing the character...

  • Foreword: Crossing the (Color) Line.
    Murray, Melissa // Journal of Gender, Race & Justice; Summer2013, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p667 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various articles within the issue on topics including an annulment case of 1925 Rhinelander v. Rhinelander, anti-miscegenation laws in Loving v. Virginia, and racial discrimination.

  • Greetings from America.
    Westphalen, Olav // Paris Review; Winter2004, Issue 172, p161 

    Presents an interview with Olav Westphalen who focuses on the culture of the United States. The book "Gruesse aus Amerika," by the author was meant to be a personal love letter to America. But that proved to be too general and too sweet an idea to work for the author. As time went on it had less...

  • Parallel Perversions: Interracial and Same Sexuality in James Baldwin's Another Country.
    Dunning, Stefanie // MELUS; Winter2001, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p95 

    Explores questions of miscegenation and homosexuality in the literary and cultural texts of 'Another Country,' by James Baldwin in an aim to demonstrate the conundrum of nationalism in the context of the threat of oppression. Focus of Baldwin's literature on disciplining sexuality; Opinion on...

  • "Miscegenation": Making Race in America (Book).
    Melish, Joanne Pope // Journal of American History; Dec2003, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p1019 

    Reviews the book "'Miscegenation': Making Race in America," by Elise Lemire.

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