Farah Jasmine Griffin

Farah Jasmine Griffin

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In Search of a Beautiful Freedom was the most recently released book by Farah Jasmine Griffin, on March 28th, 2023.

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Farah Jasmine Griffin Stats: The most read book by Farah Jasmine Griffin on Book Notification is Read Until You Understand, a Non-Fiction book. The second most read book is In Search of a Beautiful Freedom, a Collection.

Below is a complete list of Farah Jasmine Griffin books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series.

List of Collections in Publication Order

List of Non-Fiction Books in Publication Order

List of John Hope Franklin Books in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
The Color of the Law: Race, Violence, and Justice in the Post-World War II South (By: Gail Williams O'Brien)
1999
2
Pullman Porters and the Rise of Protest Politics in Black America, 1925-1945 (By: Beth Tompkins Bates)
2003
3
Black Politics in New Deal Atlanta (By: Karen Ferguson)
2003
4
Journey of Hope (By: Kenneth C. Barnes)
Journey of Hope (By: Kenneth C. Barnes)
2004
5
Root and Branch (By: Graham Russell Gao Hodges)
Root and Branch (By: Graham Russell Gao Hodges)
2005
6
The Black Arts Movement (By: James Smethurst)
The Black Arts Movement (By: James Smethurst)
2006
7
North Carolina Slave Narratives (By: William L. Andrews)
North Carolina Slave Narratives (By: William L. Andrews)
2006
8
A Little Taste of Freedom (By: Emilye Crosby)
A Little Taste of Freedom (By: Emilye Crosby)
2006
9
Battling the Plantation Mentality (By: Laurie B. Green)
Battling the Plantation Mentality (By: Laurie B. Green)
2007
10
4
An African Republic (By: Marie Tyler-McGraw)
2007
11
A Faithful Account of the Race (By: Stephen G. Hall)
A Faithful Account of the Race (By: Stephen G. Hall)
2009
12
Joining Places (By: Anthony E. Kaye)
Joining Places (By: Anthony E. Kaye)
2009
13
Proudly We Can Be Africans (By: James H. Meriwether)
Proudly We Can Be Africans (By: James H. Meriwether)
2009
14
A Movement Without Marches (By: Lisa Levenstein)
A Movement Without Marches (By: Lisa Levenstein)
2009
15
Emancipation's Diaspora (By: Leslie A. Schwalm)
Emancipation's Diaspora (By: Leslie A. Schwalm)
2009
16
African Cherokees in Indian Territory (By: Celia E. Naylor)
2009
17
Examining Tuskegee (By: Susan M. Reverby)
Examining Tuskegee (By: Susan M. Reverby)
2009
18
Upbuilding Black Durham (By: Leslie Brown)
Upbuilding Black Durham (By: Leslie Brown)
2009
19
Self-Taught (By: Heather Andrea Williams)
Self-Taught (By: Heather Andrea Williams)
2009
20
All Bound Up Together (By: Martha S. Jones)
All Bound Up Together (By: Martha S. Jones)
2009
21
First Fruits of Freedom (By: Janette Thomas Greenwood)
First Fruits of Freedom (By: Janette Thomas Greenwood)
2010
22
David Ruggles (By: Graham Russell Gao Hodges)
David Ruggles (By: Graham Russell Gao Hodges)
2010
23
Right to Ride (By: Blair L.M. Kelley)
Right to Ride (By: Blair L.M. Kelley)
2010
24
Torchbearers of Democracy (By: Chad L. Williams)
Torchbearers of Democracy (By: Chad L. Williams)
2010
25
Living for the City (By: Donna Murch)
Living for the City (By: Donna Murch)
2010
26
Way Up North in Louisville (By: Luther Adams)
Way Up North in Louisville (By: Luther Adams)
2010
27
North of the Color Line (By: Sarah-Jane Mathieu)
North of the Color Line (By: Sarah-Jane Mathieu)
2010
28
The African American Roots of Modernism (By: James Smethurst)
2011
29
Left of the Color Line (By: Bill V. Mullen)
Left of the Color Line (By: Bill V. Mullen)
2012
30
War! What Is It Good For? (By: Kimberley Phillips Boehm)
War! What Is It Good For? (By: Kimberley Phillips Boehm)
2012
31
Grassroots Garveyism (By: Mary G. Rolinson)
Grassroots Garveyism (By: Mary G. Rolinson)
2012
32
Death Blow to Jim Crow (By: Erik S. Gellman)
Death Blow to Jim Crow (By: Erik S. Gellman)
2012
33
Crossroads at Clarksdale (By: Francoise Nicole Hamlin)
Crossroads at Clarksdale (By: Francoise Nicole Hamlin)
2012
34
Help Me to Find My People (By: Heather Andrea Williams)
Help Me to Find My People (By: Heather Andrea Williams)
2012
35
Doctoring Freedom (By: Gretchen Long)
Doctoring Freedom (By: Gretchen Long)
2012
36
American Africans in Ghana (By: Kevin K. Gaines)
American Africans in Ghana (By: Kevin K. Gaines)
2012
37
Cooking in Other Women’s Kitchens (By: Rebecca Sharpless)
Cooking in Other Women’s Kitchens (By: Rebecca Sharpless)
2013
38
From the Bullet to the Ballot (By: Jakobi Williams)
From the Bullet to the Ballot (By: Jakobi Williams)
2013
39
W. E. B. Du Bois and The Souls of Black Folk (By: Stephanie J. Shaw)
2013
40
Geographies of Liberation (By: Alex Lubin)
Geographies of Liberation (By: Alex Lubin)
2014
41
Toward an Intellectual History of Black Women (With: Mia E. Bay)
2015
42
Not Straight, Not White: Black Gay Men from the March on Washington to the AIDS Crisis (By: Kevin J. Mumford)
2016
43
A Chance for Change (By: Crystal Sanders)
A Chance for Change (By: Crystal Sanders)
2016
44
Colored Travelers (By: Elizabeth Stordeur Pryor)
Colored Travelers (By: Elizabeth Stordeur Pryor)
2016
45
Making Gullah (By: Melissa L. Cooper)
Making Gullah (By: Melissa L. Cooper)
2017
46
Congo Love Song (By: Ira Dworkin)
Congo Love Song (By: Ira Dworkin)
2017
47
Game of Privilege (By: Lane Demas)
Game of Privilege (By: Lane Demas)
2017
48
The Promise of Patriarchy (By: Ula Yvette Taylor)
The Promise of Patriarchy (By: Ula Yvette Taylor)
2017
49
Black Litigants in the Antebellum American South (By: Kimberly M. Welch)
2018
50
May We Forever Stand (By: Imani Perry)
2018
51
Department Stores and the Black Freedom Movement: Workers, Consumers, and Civil Rights from the 1930s to the 1980s (By: Traci Parker)
2019
52
Radical Black Theatre in the New Deal (By: Kate Dossett)
2020
53
Visualizing Equality (By: Aston Gonzalez)
Visualizing Equality (By: Aston Gonzalez)
2020
54
Blurring the Lines of Race and Freedom (By: A.B. Wilkinson)
2020
55
Slavery, Fatherhood, and Paternal Duty in African American Communities over the Long Nineteenth Century (By: Libra R. Hilde)
2020
56
Unceasing Militant (By: Alison M. Parker)
Unceasing Militant (By: Alison M. Parker)
2020
57
The Colored Conventions Movement (By: P. Gabrielle Foreman)
The Colored Conventions Movement (By: P. Gabrielle Foreman)
2021
58
Behold the Land (By: James Smethurst)
Behold the Land (By: James Smethurst)
2021
59
Beyond the Boundaries of Childhood (By: Crystal Lynn Webster)
Beyond the Boundaries of Childhood (By: Crystal Lynn Webster)
2021
60
Arise Africa, Roar China (By: Yunxiang Gao)
Arise Africa, Roar China (By: Yunxiang Gao)
2021
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List of Race and American Culture Books in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
The Dialect of Modernism ( By: Michael North)
The Dialect of Modernism ( By: Michael North)
1994
2
"Who Set You Flowin'?": The African-American Migration Narrative
1995
3
Racechanges: White Skin, Black Face in American Culture (By: Susan Gubar)
1997
4
Racechanges: White Skin, Black Face in American Culture (By: Susan Gubar)
1997
5
Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: Intimate Histories of Riotous Black Girls, Troublesome Women, and Queer Radicals (By: Saidiya Hartman)
2019
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Farah Jasmine Griffin: Biography

Farah Jasmine Griffin was born in, Philadelphia .

Farah Jasmine Griffin is the author of the Farah Jasmine Griffin Collections series which currently consists of 4 novels. The Farah Jasmine Griffin Collections series started in 1998 with the novel A Stranger in the Village. The most recently released novel in the Farah Jasmine Griffin Collections series was In Search of a Beautiful Freedom which was released in 2023. There are no upcoming novels for the Farah Jasmine Griffin Collections series.

Farah Jasmine Griffin has also written the Non-Fiction Books series which has 4 books including If You Can't Be Free, Be a Mystery and Clawing at the Limits of Cool.

Related Authors

The most common authors followed by users who also follow Farah Jasmine Griffin are:

  1. Stephen King, author of The Dark Tower Series.
  2. Dean Koontz, author of the Odd Thomas Series.
  3. John Grisham, author of the Jake Brigance Series.
  4. Ken Follett, author of the Kingsbridge Series.
  5. Jay Kristoff, author of The Illuminae Files Series.

Farah Jasmine Griffin: F.A.Q

Where was Farah Jasmine Griffin Born?

Farah Jasmine Griffin was born in Philadelphia, .

What was the first book Farah Jasmine Griffin wrote?

The first novel written by Farah Jasmine Griffin was "Who Set You Flowin'?": The African-American Migration Narrative, published in 1995.

What was the most recent book Farah Jasmine Griffin wrote?

Their most recently released work was In Search of a Beautiful Freedom on March 28th, 2023.

Will there be any more books by Farah Jasmine Griffin?

Farah Jasmine Griffin does not have any upcoming books with a set publication date within the next few months at this time.

How many books has Farah Jasmine Griffin written?

Farah Jasmine Griffin has written 10 books. 1 book in the John Hope Franklin Series, 4 books in the Non-Fiction Books, 4 books in the Collections, 1 book in the Race and American Culture Series.

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