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Research Method: Note cards Huggins, Nathan Irvin. Voices of the Harlem Renaissance. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995. Print. Bibliography/Source.

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1 Research Method: Note cards Huggins, Nathan Irvin. Voices of the Harlem Renaissance. New York: Oxford University Press, Print. Bibliography/Source Cards 1 BOOK

2 Research Method: Note cards -late 1919 to early 1930s -known at the time as “New Negro Movement” -Centered in Harlem neighborhood of New York City Research Cards 1 HARLEM RENAISSANCE: BACKGROUND

3 Research Method: Note cards Inspired the phrase “when Harlem was in vogue” -Resisted the idea of accommodating or assimilating eurocentric values to achieve social equality Research Cards 1 LANGSTON HUGHES

4 Research Method: Note cards Lewis, David Levering. When Harlem Was in Vogue. New York: Penguin Books, Print. Bibliography/Source Cards 2 BOOK

5 Research Method: Note cards -“It was a period when local and visiting royalty were not at all uncommon in Harlem.” (34) -“To put the paradox bluntly: in the Village, bohemia was a value; in Harlem, it was a strategy.” (188) Research Cards 2 HARLEM RENAISSANCE: BACKGROUND

6 Research Method: Notecards Research Method: Notebook Sources 1. Huggins, Nathan Irvin. Voices of the Harlem Renaissance. New York: Oxford University Press, Print. 2. Lewis, David Levering. When Harlem Was in Vogue. New York: Penguin Books, Print. 3. McKay, Claude. Home to Harlem. Boston: Northeastern University Press, Print.

7 Research Method: Notecards Research Method: Notebook Harlem Renaissance: Background -Late 1919 to early 1930s -known at the time as “New Negro Movement” -Centered in Harlem neighborhood of New York City -“So it has been with the Harlem Renaissance, both for those who were part of it as for us who look to it as a point of change in Afro-American culture.” (45) 1


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