Courting Communities

Author: Kathy Glass
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135524009
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Courting Communities focuses on the writing and oratory of nineteenth-century African-American women whose racial uplift projects troubled the boundaries of race, nation and gender.

Courting History

Publisher: Human Rights Watch
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flaws in the prosecutorial strategy or defects in judicial rulings, for example, both
of which can understandably contribute to a sense of dissatisfaction.405 Further,
by virtue of its operation in communities ravaged by conflict and sometimes
sharply divided along political and ethnic lines, the ICC's work is ripe for political
manipulation by those with an interest in seeing it fail. The ICC cannot, through its
outreach campaign, talk reason into years of hatred by hardliners. But it can
reach out ...

Finding Community

Author: Diana Leafe Christian
Publisher: New Society Publishers
ISBN: 9781550923834
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As mentioned earlier, visiting communities is like going on a blind date, applying
for a job, or being the new kid on the block. While entering a community's
provisional or exploring member process ends up feeling a lot like courtship, it
can start out feeling similar to the early phase of dating someone new,entering a
job's probationary period, or furtively sizing up the other kids while they size you
up too. There can be some anxiety and ambivalence on both sides. Sometimes,
the new ...

Courtship Love And Marriage In Nineteenth Century English Canada

Author: Peter Ward
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773562419
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CHAPTER FIVE The Rituals of Romance Nineteenth-century romantic rituals
fulfilled important functions for courting couples and communities alike. They
gave social form to the personal experience of taking a spouse. For those who
wooed and wed, courtship and marriage were intensely private acts. They flowed
from the intimacy between a man and woman who turn their backs to the world
and gaze into each other's souls. The chosen one was cherished above all
others while the ...

Courting Equality

Author: Patricia A. Gozemba
Publisher: Beacon Press
ISBN: 9780807066218
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Falling in love and marrying, the experiences that are the themes of countless
songs, poems, novels, films, and soap operas, never came within the grasp of the
lesbian and gay community in the United States — that is, until Massachusetts
made it possible. Of course couples fell in love and committed to each other, but
marrying — that step of standing before the community and solemnizing a bond
signifying responsibility, respect, and privilege — that the lesbian and gay
community ...

Courting Betrayal

Author: Helen Orchard
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 0567143791
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The material to be discussed is primarily contained within six events that happen
during Jesus' public ministry. The scenes generally begin as attempts to educate
the crowd regarding Jesus' mission and identity but, as his words become
increasingly controversial, they erupt into chaotic situations that seriously
threaten his personal safety. This material charts the practical and physical
dimensions of Jesus' relationship with the community in John 1-12. Chaos in the
Temple (2.13–22) ...

Writing Reconstruction

Author: Sharon D. Kennedy-Nolle
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469621088
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Corpus Juris Secondum. Vol. 73. St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing, 1983. Glass,
Kathy L. Courting Communities: Black Female Nationalism and “
SyncreNationalism” in the Nineteenth-Century North. New York: Routledge, 2006
. Glymph, Thavolia. “'Liberty Dearly Bought': The Making of Civil War Memory in
Afro-American Communities in the South.” In Time Longer Than Rope: A Century
of African-American Activism, 1850–1950, edited by Charles M. Payne and Adam
Green, 111–39.

Nameless Towns

Author: Thad Sitton
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292777809
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Boys and girls had the same difficulties beginning courtship in sawmill
communities as in other small towns, where everybody knew everybody else,
and one's behavior remained always under scrutiny. After Grace Lee Amiott
stayed out with earlier boyfriend Earnest White beyond Wiergate's ten o'clock
lights-out, the boy's mother told everybody in town, and the teen-aged teacher
nearly lost her job.” At the sawmill towns where Guy Croom grew up, socializing
between the sexes ...

Courtship And Constraint

Author: Diana O'Hara
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719062513
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The study of courtship and marriage must inevitably concern itself with the
demarcation of the social and moral community and the location of the individual
within them. This chapter shall begin by examining the role of family and 'friends',
and that of the wider collective context which provided the framework for the
structuring and restructuring of relationships, the negotiations of courtship, and
the making and breaking of marriage decisions. As a life crisis, marriage is
surrounded by ...