Thinking Black Intellectuals

An issue of: South Atlantic Quarterly

Thinking Black Intellectuals
Journal Issue Volume 109, Number 2 Published: 2010 An issue of South Atlantic Quarterly
Special Issue Editor: Grant Farred


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1. A White Intellectual among Thinking Black Intellectuals: George Rawick and the Settings of Genius–David R. Roediger

2. The Necessity of Models, of Alternatives: Samuel R. Delany's Stars in My Pocket like Grains of Sand–Jeffrey Allen Tucker

3. An Anatomy of the Race Icon: Joe Louis as Fetish-Idol in Postmodern America–Marlon B. Ross

4. Climate Justice: The Emerging Movement against Green Capitalism–Ashley Dawson

5. Performing Intimacy Using "Race-Specific, Race-Free Language": Black Private Letters in the Public Sphere–Stephanie Li

6. Finding Voice, Giving Voice:

Gender, Politics, and Social Change–Judith A. Byfield

7. Improbable Grounds: The Emergence of the Black British Intellectual–Ben Carrington

8. "The love of freedom brought us here": An introduction to Modern African Political Philosophy–Olufemi Taiwo

9. "Denn keiner trägt das Leben allein": The Thought of St. Augustine–Grant Farred

10. "Masques aux quatre points":

A Meditation–V. Y. Mudimbe

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