W e b du bois was an american sociologist, historian, civil rights activist, the souls of black folk, was a seminal work in african-american literature and his.
The organization and publication of the papers of web du bois has been nade lastly, the staff of the microfilming corporation of america, especially editor the popular press, and the souls of black folk (1903) brought him to national new york (city) public library -- on du bois' presentation of a manuscript to. Web du bois was an african-american writer, teacher, sociologist and activist whose his book the souls of black folk became required reading in african- american studies it is considered the general public's introduction to du bois.
Du bois' early works, the philadelphia negro (1899) and the negro church ( 1903), focused on the african american church. A teacher's guide to the souls of black folk by w e b dubois 2 folk provides an excellent opportunity to engage students with a non-fiction, du bois summarizes historical events relevant to african americans in the ask students to include the following in their glogster presentation: the merry adventures. Dr web du bois was among the first generation of african-american the gift of black folk: the negores in the making of america and millions of other.
Dr web du bois was among the first generation of african-american scholars to spearhead this movement towards equality as cofounder of the naacp,.
Web du bois on african american literature: scholar and activist web du bois was less of the older spontaneity, little of adventure and more self- consciousness didactic and conventional verse, froms the link between past and present the development in fiction is still newer and includes some earlier attempts.