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New Voices on the Harlem Renaissance: Essays on Race, Gender, And Literary Discourse

Tarver, Australia and Paula C. Barnes (editors)

Editore: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr 2006, 2006
ISBN 10: 0838640737 / ISBN 13: 9780838640739
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Titolo: New Voices on the Harlem Renaissance: Essays...

Casa editrice: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr 2006

Data di pubblicazione: 2006

Legatura: Hardcover

Condizione sovraccoperta: Dust Jacket Included

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Hardback. 300 pp Very good condition. Very good dust jacket. A little highlighting. , A few paragraphs marked. ISBN: 0838640737. Codice inventario libreria J987352

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Riassunto: This volume of essays, privileging mostly new scholars in the field of Harlem Renaissance studies, is a representative sampling of the kind of literary scholarship and continuing study needed for this period, also often referred to as the New Negro Renaissance. As a body, the collection recognizes the evolving literary discourse that reflects interdisciplinarity and fluidity among boundaries of race, class, gender, sexuality, and pedagogy.
Aimed at scholars, college teachers, upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and those with special affection and interest in the era, these essays are divided into three sections: exploring the modernist project through Harlem Renaissance writers' views of art, using empire and gender as focal points; critiquing the politics of color and race, sexuality and hybridity; and examining the pedagogical and technical aspects of poetry, fiction, and other art forms.
The essays on empire and gender are very different, showing the dialogic quality of the era itself. However, both feature Alain Locke and The New Negro, first published in 1925. The first argues that Locke engages in the rhetoric of empire as he advances notions that, as the superior race, African Americans can enhance African art while using it to improve their status in America. The second compares visual images of women in Locke's book to illustrations by Gwendolyn Bennett and Lois Mailou Jones, to explore women's and men's depictions of each other during the era.
Taken together, the second section of essays, on Dorothy West, Jessie Fauset, Langston Hughes, Wallace Thurman,and Countee Cullen, treat multiple migrations, from social, economic, and racial passing to sexual and homoerotic identification.
The third section includes essays about Langston Hughes and teaching the Harlem Renaissance through literature and the arts. While one essay views Hughes as a source through which to teach composition, the other uses a technological and jazz lens to examine Hughes's poem, 'The Weary Blues"' The final e

Sinossi: This book expands the discourse on the Harlem Renaissance into more recent crucial areas for literary scholars, college instructors, graduate students, upper-level undergraduates, and Harlem Renaissance aficionados. These selected essays, authored by mostly new critics in Harlem Renaissance studies, address critical discourse in race, cultural studies, feminist studies, identity politics, queer theory, and rhetoric and pedagogy. While some canonical writers are included, such as Langston Hughes and Alain Locke, others such as Dorothy West, Jessie Fauset, and Wallace Thurman have equal footing. Illustrations from several books and journals help demonstrate the vibrancy of this era. Australia Tarver is Associate Professor of English at Texas Christian University. Paula C. Barnes is an Associate Professor of English at Hampton University.

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