The Black studies reader

Jacqueline Bobo, Cynthia Hudley, Claudine Michel, editors

First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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  • Introduction Jacqueline Bobo, Cynthia Hudley and Claudine Michel. Part One: Theorizing Black studies. Section A: Evolution of consciousness. 1. The intellectual and institutional development of Africana studies Robert L. Harris Jr. 2. Black studies in liberal arts education Johnetta B. Cole 3. Theorizing Black studies: The continuing role of community service in the study of race and class James Jennings 4. How the West was one: On the uses and limitations of diaspora Robin D.G. Kelly Section B: Black feminism: Acts of resistance. 5. Womanist consciousness: Maggie Lena WAlker and the Independent Order of Saint Luke Elsa Barkley Brown 6. Discontented Black feminists: Prelude and postscript to the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment Rosalyn Terborg-Penn 7. Ella Barker and the origins of participatory democracy Carol Mueller 8. Black women and the academy Angela Y. Davis Section C: Representing Black men. 9. How deep, how wide? Prespectives on the making of The Massachusetts 54th Colored Infantry Jacqueline Shearer 10. Military rites and wrongs: African Americans in the US armed forces Phyllis R. Klotman 11. Justifiable homicide, police brutality, or governmental repression? The 1962 Los Angeles shooting of seven members of the Nation of Islam Frederick Knight 12. Some glances at the Black fag: Race, sam-sex desire, and cultural belonging Marlon B. Ross Part two: Conceptualizing culture and ideology. Section D: Text creation and representation. 13. Black women as cultural readers Jacqueline Bobo 14. Black talk radio: Defining community needs and identity Catherine R. Squires 15. Chasing Fae: The Watermelon Woman and Black lesbian possibility Laura L. Sullivan 16. Dread path/lock spirit Akasha (Gloria) Hull Section E: Interrogating cultural expressions. 17. In the year 1915: D.W. Griffith and the whitening of America Cedric J. Robinson 18. What is this 'Black' in Black popular culture Stuart Hall 19. Dyes and dolls: Multicultural Barbie and the merchandising of difference Ann DuCille 20. African signs and spirit writing Harryette Mullen Part three: Sexuality, education, religion. Section F: Autonomy, subjectivity, sexuality. 21. Black (w)holes and the geometry of black female sexuality Evelynn Hammonds 22. Black bodies/gay bodies: The politics of racein the gay/military battle Alycee J. Lane 23. Hormones and melanin: The dimensions of 'race', sex and gender in Africology: Reflective journeys Patrick Bellegarde-Smith 24. Can the queen speak? Racial essentialism, sexuality and the problem of authority Dwight A. McBride Section G: Education, pedagogy, practice. 25. Home-school patnership through the eyes of parents Cynthia Hudley and Rhoda Barnes 26. Desegregation experiences of minority students: Adolescent coping strategies in five C

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書名 The Black studies reader
著作者等 Bobo, Jacqueline
Hudley Cynthia (University of California Santa Barbara)
Michel Claudine
Hudley Cynthia
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 2004
ページ数 xi, 488 p.
大きさ 26 cm
ISBN 0415945534
0415945542
NCID BA67850774
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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