Race, Ralph Ellison and American Cold War Intellectual Culture

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9781137313843
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eBook
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200
Autor:
R. Purcell
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Language, Discourse, Society
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PDF
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
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Englisch
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While the arms race of the post-war period has been widely discussed, Purcell explores the under-acknowledged but critical role another kind of 'race' – that is, race as a biological and sociological concept – played within the global and cultural Cold War.
Acknowledgements Introduction: From Popular Fronts to Liberal Conspiracies 1. Figura of a Negro Problem 2. Ellison from the Heart of Europe 3. 1965 and the Battle Over Who Speaks for the Negro 4. An Integrative Vernacular 5. Ellison, Obama and Post-Race Politics in the 21st Century Notes Bibliography Index
While the arms race of the post-war period has been widely discussed, Purcell explores the under-acknowledged but critical role another kind of 'race' - that is, race as a biological and sociological concept - played within the global and cultural Cold War.

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