(n.d.) in 11 FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT
: SLAVE NARRATIVE PROJECT, NORTH CAROLINA, PART 2 at 82, 86 (1938), https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn112/ ("Marster was a mighty good man, a feelin' man.
Pour rendre la societe plus lisible et ameliorer sa representation sociologique puis politique, Rosanvallon propose de retrouver l'esprit des enquetes sociales et des grands romans du dix-neuvieme siecle tout en s'inspirant aussi du Federal Writers' Project
mis en place aux Etats-Unis durant le New Deal.
* Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives From the Federal Writers' Project
, 1936-1938 memory.loc.gov/ammem/snhtml/ snhome.html
Slave Culture: A Documentary Collection of the Slave Narratives From the Federal Writers' Project
; 3 volume set
Generations Volume I: Ex-Slaves with Virginia Origins is a DVD-ROM (a PC with a DVD drive and Adobe Reader software 9.0 or later is required to view its PDF file contents) collecting the information gathered about thousands of former African-American slaves from 1937-38, as part of the Federal Writers' Project
of the Works Project Administration.
She also plans to use the time to continue work on her latest book project, "The Beast in the Garden of American Literature." She is also the author of "Writing Chicago: Modernism, Ethnography, and the Novel" (Columbia University Press, 1993) and has published articles on Richard Wright, Zora Neale Hurston, the Federal Writers' Project
and Natalia Ginzburg.
The New Deal's Federal Writers' Project
(FWP) guidebooks to New York City offered a powerful image of African American inclusion in the national community through New Deal-initiated urban reform.
Ottley moved to the New Deal's WPA Federal Writers' Project
, to supervise research on the history of blacks in New York.
Seventeen first-hand accounts of slave life, selected from the 2,300 slave narratives collected by the Federal Writers' Project
. Lesson plans examine how the narratives were collected and address questions of credibility.
Kees began to write poetry seriously at about the time that he started working for the Federal Writers' Project
in Lincoln, where he met Norris Getty.
In 1936 they moved to Washington, D.C., where John worked for the Library of Congress and the Federal Writers' Project
. Bess now did research for the folksong book her father and brother Alan were working on, as she became steeped in vernacular songs, while absorbing the hectic life of the nation's capital.
RALPH ELLISON, in "Remembering Richard Wright," an essay about his early days in New York and the beginning of his friendship with Richard Wright, points to the Federal Writers' Project
as "most important to the continuing development of Afro-American artists," and as providing "the possibility for a broader Afro-American freedom." (9) Ellison, who like Wright went on to become one of the most successful black writers of his generation, clarifies his point by reflecting on his personal condition at the time he became involved with the FWP.