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The Resource White scholars/African American texts, edited by Lisa A. Long

White scholars/African American texts, edited by Lisa A. Long

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White scholars/African American texts
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White scholars/African American texts
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edited by Lisa A. Long
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Language
eng
Summary
The essays in this collection explore the many difficulties created by the fact that white scholars greatly outnumber black scholars in the study and teaching of African American literature. Contributors, including some of the most prominent theorists in the field as well as younger scholars, examine who is speaking, what is being spoken and what is not, and why framing African American literature in terms of an exclusive black/white racial divide is problematic and limiting. In highlighting the ""whiteness"" of some African Americanists, the collection does not imply that the teac
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non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
White scholars/African American texts, edited by Lisa A. Long
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White scholars/African American texts, edited by Lisa A. Long
Link
http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt5hj0dr
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 223-234) and index
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online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Naming the problem embedded in the problem that led to the question "Who shall teach African American literature?" ; or, Are we ready to discard the concept of authenticity altogether?
  • Leslie W. Lewis
  • Turning impossibility into possibility : teaching Ellison, Murray, and the Blues at Tuskegee
  • Barbara A. Baker
  • Training and working in the field. Before positionality
  • William L. Andrews
  • White scholars in African American literary circles : appropriation or cultural literacy?
  • Venetria K. Patton
  • "Knowing your stuff," knowing yourself
  • April Conley Kilinski,
  • White scholars/African American texts
  • Amanda M. Lawrence
  • At close range : being Black and mentoring whites in African American studies
  • Barbara McCaskill
  • Beyond Black and white. Faulty analogies : queer white critics reading African American texts
  • Sabine Meyer
  • The color of the critic : an intervention in the critical debate in African American theory on interpretive authority
  • Nita N. Kumar
  • Between Rome, Harlem, and Harlan
  • Alessandro Portelli
  • The stepsister and the clan : when the native teaches African American literature
  • Lisa A. Long
  • Ngwarsungu Chiwengo
  • Twelve years with Martin Delany : a confession
  • Robert S. Levine
  • Master thoughts
  • Dale M. Bauer
  • Writing about Gwendolyn Brooks anyway
  • James D. Sullivan
  • Truth and talent in interpreting ethnic American autobiography : from white to Black and beyond
  • Kimberly Rae Connor
  • Naming the problem that led to the question "Who shall teach African American literature?" ; or, Are we ready to disband the Wheatley court?
  • Nellie Y. McKay
  • Liberalism, authority, and authenticity. Theme for African American literature B
  • Russ Castronovo
  • Race walks in the room : white teachers in Black studies
  • John Ernest
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