By Jane Anna Gordon
The spouse to African-American reviews is a groundbreaking re-appraisal of the heritage and way forward for African American experiences. every one unique essay through knowledgeable pupil within the box covers its subject with authority and readability. This e-book is a definitive intervention at a serious time within the heritage of race relatives and within the educational box of race and ethnic experiences. Bringing jointly a stunning array of verified and emergent voices, the better half opens with a chain of reflections from those that waged pitched battles to set up African American reviews as a bona fide educational self-discipline. scholars and students of the sphere will locate this to be an exhilarating and finished evaluate, and a fantastic source for examine and additional learn.
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Because we did not choose scholars on the basis of their political commitments, but instead on the basis of their reputation or growing reputation in their fields and the diverse range of African-American Studies programs they represent, we thus have the unique result of a collection of writings by scholars who are both friends and foes. In the spirit of letting the field speak for itself, some of the scholars have written highly critical statements on the effect of their adversaries in the field’s or discipline’s development, and others have done the same with regard to the academic institutions that served as context for their reflections.
3, “White Power”). 6 See, for example, Huey P. Newton’s Revolutionary Suicide (1973: ch. 22, “Raising Consciousness”). Cf. Jean Genet’s reasons for his involvement in the Black Panther Party, in Edmund White, Genet: A Biography (1993: 523). 7 See the Argentinean philosopher, theologian, and historian Enrique Dussel’s The Underside of Modernity (1996) for the first formulation and Cornel West (1996: 128) for the second. xxxii Introduction 8 This reality is lost in the “past discrimination” rhetoric of affirmative action policy.
He wagged a finger at me. “That’s not what I’m talking about. ” He continued: “I think you must know what I’m talking about, old man. You’re here because you’re a Negro. That’s it, you know. You’re a black man. ” “O, that,” I said. “Yeah, my Mom let me know that when I was born. How’s your mother? ” Tragedy I learned some years down the line that the “chap” committed suicide. I hope it was not out of morbid obsession with “Negro Affairs,” or affirmative action. I hate the fact of his painful death.
A Companion to African-American Studies (Blackwell Companions in Cultural Studies) by Jane Anna Gordon