New Negro Voices in Virginia: Black Intellectual Leaders' and Hampton Institute's the Southern Workman during the Harlem Renaissance

Judith Wilson
With a particular focus on the 1920s, this paper examines six Southern Workman articles by influential African-American scholars who contributed to New Negro intellectual life: James Weldon Johnson, Carter G. Woodson, Alice Dunbar-Nelson, E. Franklin Frazier, Thomas L. Dabney and Howard Thurman. Though their careers diverged— they became academics, novelists, journalists, activists and a minister— during the 1920s the Workman featured prominently in their intellectual development, and is thus essential to any discussion of their...
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