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The Resource Malcolm X's Michigan worldview : an exemplar for contemporary black studies, edited by Rita Kiki Edozie and Curtis Stokes

Malcolm X's Michigan worldview : an exemplar for contemporary black studies, edited by Rita Kiki Edozie and Curtis Stokes

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Malcolm X's Michigan worldview : an exemplar for contemporary black studies
Title
Malcolm X's Michigan worldview
Title remainder
an exemplar for contemporary black studies
Statement of responsibility
edited by Rita Kiki Edozie and Curtis Stokes
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Language
eng
Summary
"The provocative debate about Malcolm X's legacy that emerged after the publication of Manning Marable's 2011 biography raised critical questions about the revolutionary Black Nationalist's importance to American and world affairs: What was Malcolm's association with the Nation of Islam? How should we interpret Malcolm's discourses? Was Malcolm antifeminist? What is Malcolm's legacy in contemporary public affairs? How do Malcolm's early childhood experiences in Michigan shape and inform his worldview? Was Malcolm trending toward socialism during his final year? Malcolm X's Michigan Worldview responds to these questions by presenting Malcolm's subject as an iconography used to deepen understanding of African descendant peoples' experiences through advanced research and disciplinary study. A Black studies reader that uses the biography of Malcolm X both to interrogate key aspects of the Black world experience and to contribute to the intellectual expansion of the discipline, the book presents Malcolm as a Black subject who represents, symbolizes, and associates meaning with the Black/Africana studies discipline. Through a range of multidisciplinary prisms and themes including discourse, race, culture, religion, gender, politics, and community, this rich volume elicits insights about the Malcolm iconography that contribute to the continuous formulation, deepening, and strengthening of the Black studies discipline."--Provided by publisher
Biography type
individual biography
Cataloging source
P@U
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Malcolm X's Michigan worldview : an exemplar for contemporary black studies, edited by Rita Kiki Edozie and Curtis Stokes
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Malcolm X's Michigan worldview : an exemplar for contemporary black studies, edited by Rita Kiki Edozie and Curtis Stokes
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Lenwood G. Davis
  • Malcolm X: master of signifyin
  • Geneva Smitherman
  • If you can't be free, be indignant: the womanist legacy of Malcolm X
  • Sheila Radford-Hill
  • Malcolm-esque: a Black arts literary genre
  • Joseph McLaren
  • Part 2. Malcolm and community engagement.
  • Malcolm X's pre-nation of Islam (NOI) discourses: sourced from Detroit's Charles H. Wright museum of African American history archives
  • Charles Ezra Ferrell
  • Foreword
  • Liberation and transformation through education: black studies at Malcolm X college, Chicago
  • Edward C. David IV
  • Malcolm X: an education of positive youth development challenged by street culture
  • Carl S. Taylor, Pamela R. Smith, and Cameron "Khalfani" Herman
  • A Detroit Black Panther's soldiering journey with Malcolm X: extract memoirs from an X heir
  • Ahmad A. Rahman
  • Malcolm X and the Black campus movement: shaping academic communities
  • Ibram X. Kendi
  • Part 3: Malcolm and Black world struggle.
  • Malcolm X, Islam, and the Black self
  • by Herb Boyd
  • Zain Abdullah
  • Malcolm X and the struggle for socialism in the United States
  • Curtis Stokes
  • Malcolm X, Black cultural revolution, and the shrine of the Black Madonna in Detroit
  • Errol A. Henderson
  • Malcolm X and the Cuban Revolution
  • Ollie Johnson
  • Malcolm Omowale X (re)turns to Africa: pan-Africanism and the Black studies agenda in a global era
  • Rita Kiki Edozie
  • Part 1: Malcolm as a theoretical framework.
  • Malcolm X from Michigan: race, identity, and community across the Black world
  • Rita Kiki Edozie with Curtis Stokes
  • The paradigmatic agency of Malcolm X: family, experience, and thought
  • Abdul Alkalimat
  • Reeducating the Afro-American: Malcolm X's scholarly and historical pedagogy
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Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 324 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781628961720
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
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illustrations
Specific material designation
remote

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