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Agard-Jones, Vanessa

Transnational Blackness

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Blackness beyond Boundaries
Manning Marable

Part I. Theorizing Race in a Global Context

2. Race and Globalization
Leith Mullings

3. Global Apartheid, Foreign Policy, and Human Rights
Faye V. Harrison

4. The Modern World Racial System
Howard Winant

5. The Ongoing Contestation over Nationhood
Anthony W. Marx

Part II. Interrogating Race and Racism in the Americas

6. A Tale Of Two Barrios
Gina M. Pérez

7. Reinventing the Jamaican Political System
Brian Meeks

8. Afro-Colombia
Joseph Jordan

Part III. Mutual Inspiration

9. The Havana Afrocubano Movement and the Harlem Renaissance
Ricardo Rene Laremont, Lisa Yun

10. Eslanda Goode Robeson’S African Journey
Maureen Mahon

11. Du Bois’s Double Consciousness Versus Latin American Exceptionalism
Mark Q. Sawyer

12. “Long Live Third World Unity! Long Live Internationalism”
Besenia Rodriguez

13. “A Free Black Mind Is a Concealed Weapon”
Robin J. Hayes

Part IV. Europe and Asia on the Color Line

14. Tokyo Bound
Gerald Horne

15. Femme NÉgritude
T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting

16. Regionalism against Racism
Clarence Lusane

Part V. Crafting Resistance

17. Salvaging Lives in the African Diaspora
Irma McClaurin

18. Going Back to Our Own
Elizabeth Mazucci

19. Linking African and Asian in Passing and Passage
Lisa Yun

20. Out of Chaos
Asale Angel-Ajani

Part VI. Race, Power, and Politics in Africa

21. African American Expatriates in Ghana and the Black Radical Tradition
Kevin K. Gaines

22. “Crimes of History”
Michael Ralph

23. Nuclear Imperialism and the Pan-African Struggle for Peace and Freedom
Jean Allman

Keywords: History, Cultural History, Ethnicity Studies, Geology, Political Sociology, Political Theory, Sociology, general

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
The Critical Black Studies Series
Page amount
373 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230615397
Printed ISBN
978-0-230-60268-7

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