Whites in the Land of the Blues: Ethnicity, Race and Class in the Mississippi Delta
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This page is a portal into a number of sites resulting from on-going research in the Lower Mississippi Delta. The three sites most relevant to Merlot are "Race: Mississippi", "Out of Africa: African Missionaries to the Mississippi Delta", (both built to accompany videos, which are posted) and "J.C. Coovert, Photographer of the Cotton South." More sites are under construction.
Material Type: Case Study
Technical Format: Video
Date Added to MERLOT: September 26, 2004
Date Modified in MERLOT: February 03, 2015
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Submitter: Jane Adams

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: High speed connection to view videos and access larger image files. The sites themselves are HTML
Language: English
Material Version: QuickTime
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Avatar for Matthew Greider
5 years ago

Matthew Greider (Faculty)

This resource could be a valuable tool for exploring a "specific" aspect of Mississippi history. The site claims to include a 23 minute video which I never could find on the site. One of the problems with this resource includes a limited bibliography that doesn't include some of the most well know and accepted works in this area.
Time spent reviewing site: 30 minutes

Avatar for Peter Goddard
10 years ago

Peter Goddard (Faculty)

The video "Out of Africa: African Missionaries to the Mississippi Delta" is a
compact and highly original telling of key themes in the history of contemporary
Christianity, the growing importance of African Christianity and the growing
interconnectedness of evangelicals. I have recommended this video to my
colleagues teaching modern Christian history in a distance format, as the film
provides both a self-contained look at the subject and ample material for
discussion. It would also be useful in the classroom.
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