Black Literature, Black Leadership

An issue of: South Atlantic Quarterly

Black Literature, Black Leadership
Journal Issue Pages: 196 Volume 112, Number 2 Published: 2013 An issue of South Atlantic Quarterly
Special Issue Editor(s): Robert J. Patterson, Erica R. Edwards


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Black Literature, Black Leadership: New Boundaries, New Borders - Robert J. Patterson and Erica R. Edwards

James Baldwin and the Unhistoric Life of Race - Christopher Freeburg

“Welcome Back to the Living”: Twilight Memories of Martin Luther King Jr. in Contemporary American Television - Erica R. Edwards

Black Leadership at the Crossroads: Unfixing Martin Luther King Jr. in Katori Hall’s The Mountaintop - Soyica Diggs Colbert

“What the Eyes Did Not Wish to Behold”: Lessons from Ann Allen Shockley’s Say Jesus and Come to Me - Kai M. Green

“Black Rage” and “Useless Pain”: Affect, Ambivalence, and Identity after King - Aida Hussen

A Past Not Pure But Stifled: Vexed Legacies of Leadership in Toni Morrison’s Love - Susana M. Morris

Rethinking Definitions and Expectations: Civil Rights and Civil Rights Leadership in Ernest Gaines’s The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman - Robert J. Patterson


The Commons Movement in Italy

Protecting the Commons: Water, Culture, and Nature: The Commons Movement in the Italian Struggle against Neoliberal Governance - Ugo Mattei

From the Water Commons Movement to the Commonification of the Public Realm - Tommaso Fattori

The Turin-Lyon High-Speed Rail Opposition: The Commons as an Uncommon Experience for Italy - Massimo Zucchetti

Legalizing the Occupation: The Teatro Valle as a Cultural Commons - Saki Bailey and Maria Edgarda Marcucci


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ISBN Paperback: 978-0-8223-6792-5