- Title Pages
- Part I Black Education in Fiction from Reconstruction to Jim Crow
- Chapter One Changing Views of Post–Civil War Black Education in the Fiction of Lydia Maria Child, Ellwood Griest, and Constance Fenimore Woolson (1867–1878)
- Chapter Two A Fool’s Education
- Chapter Three Of the People, by the People, and for the People
- Chapter Four Conflicted Race Nationalism
- Chapter Five Lynching and the Liberal Arts
- Part II Jim Crow Colonialism’s Dependency Model for “Uplift”
- Chapter Six Ghosts of Reconstruction
- Chapter Seven From Planter Paternalism to Uncle Sam’s Largesse Abroad
- Chapter Eight Counter-statements to Jim Crow Colonialism
- Chapter Nine Educating Whites to Be White on the Global Frontier
- Part III The Dark Archive
- Chapter Ten The Education of Walter Hines Page
- Chapter Eleven Anti-colonial Education?
- Chapter Twelve Romancing Multiracial Democracy
- Selected Bibliography
- Sitting in Darkness
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