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Anna J. Cooper, a voice from the South

by Louise Daniel Hutchinson

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Published by Published for the Anacostia Neighborhood Museum of the Smithsonian Institution by the Smithsonian Institution Press, for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Washington (D.C.)
    • Subjects:
    • Cooper, Anna J. 1858-1964,
    • African Americans -- Washington (D.C.) -- Biography,
    • Teachers -- Washington (D.C.) -- Biography,
    • Washington (D.C.) -- Biography

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Louise Daniel Hutchinson.
      GenreBiography.
      ContributionsAnacostia Neighborhood Museum.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF205.N4 C664 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 201 p. :
      Number of Pages201
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4259719M
      ISBN 100874745284
      LC Control Number81005323

        E. Tsekani Browne gives a Circle of Thought lecture entitled, "Anna Julia Cooper and 'A Voice from the South': Racial Patriotism and Black Women's Nationalism. May 9, Get this from a library! A voice from the South. [Anna J Cooper] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Anna J Cooper. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes.

      -Anna Julia Cooper, A Voice from the South Dr. Cooper was the youngest of Hannah Stanley Haywood’s three children. Her academic success began at St. Augustine’s Normal School in Raleigh in   Anna Julia Haywood Cooper was a distinguished African American educator and one of the most prominent African-American scholars in United States history, who championed education for African Americans and women. Upon receiving her PhD in history from the University of Paris-Sorbonne in , at Cooper became the fourth African-American .

      Anna J. Cooper, a voice from the South Louise Daniel Hutchinson Published for the Anacostia Neighborhood Museum of the Smithsonian Institution by the Smithsonian Institution Press, - Biography & Autobiography - pages.   Published in , A Voice from the South is the only book published by one of the most prominent African American women scholars and educators of her era. Born a slave, Anna Julia Haywood Cooper would go on to become the fourth African American woman to earn a doctoral degree. Cooper became a prominent member of the black community in Washington, Author: Anna J. Cooper.


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A Voice from the South () is the only book published by one of the most prominent African American women scholars and educators of her era. Born a slave, Anna Julia Haywood Cooper lived to be She became the fourth African American woman to earn a doctoral degree, earning a PhD in history from the University of Paris-Sorbonne.

Anna Julia Cooper, American educator and writer whose book A Voice From the South by a Black Woman of the South () became a classic African American feminist text.

Cooper was the daughter of a slave woman and her white slaveholder (or his brother). In she enrolled in the newly established. Published inA Voice from the South is the only book published by one of the most prominent African American women scholars and educators of her era.

Born a slave, Anna Julia Haywood Cooper would go on to become the fourth African American woman to earn a doctoral degree. Cooper became a prominent member of the black community in Washington, D.C.

Actual edition: The Voice of Anna Julia Cooper: Including a Voice from the South and Other Important Essays, Papers, and Letters If women's own happiness has been ignored or misunderstood in our country's legislating for bread winners, for rum sellers, for property holders, for the family relations, for any and all interests that touch her vitally, let her rest her plea, not /5.

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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A /5(7). A Voice from the South () is the only book published by one of the most prominent African American women scholars and educators of her era.

Born a slave, Anna Julia Haywood Cooper lived to be She became the fourth African American woman to earn a doctoral degree, earning a PhD in history from the University of Paris-Sorbonne.

Cooper, Anna J. (Anna Julia), LoC No. Title: A Voice from the South By a Black Woman of the South Language: English: LoC Class: E History: America: United States: Subject: African Americans -- Southern States -- Social conditions -- 19th century Subject: African American women -- Southern States -- Social conditions.

Anna J. Cooper – A Voice from the South In her book, A Voice from the South, Anna J. Cooper expressly addresses two issues: the participation of women in American society and America’s race problem.

These are two issues very close to Cooper as an African American woman herself and she claims to speak for all African American women on these. “The Voice of Anna Julia Cooper: Including A Voice from the South and Other Important Essays, Papers, and Letters”, p, Rowman & Littlefield 29 Copy quote The impulse of humanity toward social progress is like the movement in the currents of a great water system, from myriad sources and under myriad circumstances and conditions, beating.

Published inA Voice from the South is the only book published by one of the most prominent African American women scholars and educators of her era. Born a slave, Anna Julia Haywood Cooper would go on to become the fourth African American woman to earn a doctoral degree.

Cooper became a prominent member of the black community in Washington, D.C., Cited by: 7. A voice from the South by Cooper, Anna J. (Anna Julia), Publication date Topics African Americans, Women Publisher Xenia, O.: Aldine Printing House Collection Wellesley_College_Library; blc; americana Digitizing sponsor Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries ContributorPages:   Anna J.

Cooper – A Voice from the SouthIn her book, A Voice from the South, Anna J. Cooper expressly addresses two issues: the participation of women in American society and America’s race problem.

These are two issues very close to Cooper as an African American woman herself and she claims to speak for allRead More. Anna J. Cooper, a voice from the South. Washington: Published for the Anacostia Neighborhood Museum of the Smithsonian Institution by the Smithsonian Institution Press: for sale by the Supt.

of Docs., U.S.G.P.O., ©, printing (OCoLC) Online version: Hutchinson, Louise Daniel. Anna J. Cooper, a voice from the South. Anna Julia Cooper was born in to an enslaved woman in Raleigh, North Carolina. Anna and her siste were thought to have been fathered by their mother’s white master.

Intwo years after the end of the Civil War, Anna was able to attend Saint Augustine’s Normal School and Collegiate Institute, a coeducational school for former slaves. The Early Years B orn in in North Carolina to her enslaved mother, Hannah Stanley Haywood, and her white slaveholder, Anna Julia Cooper spent her lifetime of over a century redefining the limitations and opportunities for women of color in a society set up for their disempowerment and subjugation.

A distinguished scholar and educator, Cooper saw the. Anna Julia Cooper’s A Voice from the South, By a Black Woman from the South. Deconstruction of the White Aesthetic Gaze. Historically, African Americans have viewed the literary canon as a space for resistance, and for the expression of political thoughts on racial uplift.

Anna Julia Haywood Cooper was a writer, teacher, and activist who championed education for African Americans and into bondage in in Raleigh, North Carolina, she was the daughter of an enslaved woman, Hannah Stanley, and her owner, George Washington Haywood.

Intwo years after the end of the Civil War, Anna began her. A Voice from the South Quotes Showing of 1 “Let woman's claim be as broad in the concrete as the abstract. We take our stand on the solidarity of humanity, the oneness of life, and the unnaturalness and injustice of all special favoritism, whether of sex, race, country, or by:   "[A] landmark collection of feminist essays The hope and commitment that Cooper was able to summon in the year lynchings reached their zenith [] is remarkable.—Eric J.

Sundquist in he New York Times Book Review "And there's Anna Julia Cooper, whose eloquent and prophetic writings in A Voice From the South, published inBrand: Dover Publications.

Anna Julia Cooper was an American educator, writer, and scholar remembered for her pioneering crusade for the upliftment of African-American women.

Born as a slave, she was a bright and gifted child. After completing her early schooling, she became a teacher but was later forced to leave her job after marriage.Both the Anna J.

Cooper Exhibit of the Anacostia Neighborhood Museum and the accompaning book, Anna J. Cooper: A Voice from the South are exceedingly effective in bringing to life a rather extraordinary woman. Both show her in her time as a young woman and teacher, as the leader of a renowned high school, as the scholar in French, and the.Book Description: Published in ,A Voice from the Southis the only book published by one of the most prominent African American women scholars and educators of her a slave, Anna Julia Haywood Cooper would go on to become the fourth African American woman to earn a doctoral degree.