Throughout the NEH Summer Institute on the New Negro Renaissance, our participants worked in groups to create curriculum resources for whatever portion of the institute was most relevant to their teaching. The final product took the form of topical bibliographies including books (for both adults and children), articles, films, music, and websites. Many of the bibliographic entries are annotated, offering not only content summaries but also curricular uses for the sources in question. This page provides links to the PDF version of each bibliography.
Each session below links to the reading(s) for that session. If a session is not listed, there is no assigned reading for that session.
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