Daryl Michael Scott
Daryl Michael Scott is a historian of black-white relations in America since the Civil War, southern history, and African American history. A professor of history at Howard University, he is also the author of Contempt and Pity: Social Policy and the Image of the Damaged Black Psyche, 1880–1996 (1997). He is currently researching a work that reexamines white supremacy and Jim Crow entitled “The Lost World of White Nationalism in the American South,” and is also preparing a collection of essays on the sui generis treatment of nationalism in American historiography.
- A Century of the Black History Movement
- Race and Nationalism in American History
- The Golden Age of White Nationalism in the American South, 1877–1910
- The Myth of Black Nationalism in America
- The Sudden Decline of White Supremacy in Post–World War II America