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African American Literature in Transition, 1850-1865: Volume 4, 1850-1865

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This volume reframes mid-century African American literature as highly conscious of transnational and international politics, textual circulation, and revolutionary imaginaries. Les mer
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This volume reframes mid-century African American literature as highly conscious of transnational and international politics, textual circulation, and revolutionary imaginaries.

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Timeline; Volume 4: 1850-1865, Introduction, Teresa Zackodnik; Part 1. Black personhood and citizenship in transition: Section introduction, Teresa Zackodnik; 1. Freedom's accounts-the semi-citizenship narrative, Stephen Knadler; 2. Conduct discourse, slave narratives, and Black male self-fashioning on the eve of the Civil war, Erica L. Ball; 3. Picturing Blackness with and against Stowe's lens, Michael A. Chaney; 4. African American periodicals and the transition to visual intercourse, Autumn Womack; Part 2. Generic transitions and textual circulation: Section introduction, Teresa Zackodnik; 5. Overhearing the African American novel, 1850-1865, Hollis Robbins and Mark Sussman; 6. Black romanticism and the lyric as the medium of the conspiracy, Matt Sandler; 7. Black newspapers, novels and the racial geographies of transnationalism, Ben Fagan; 8. Creoles of color, poetry and the periodic press in union occupied New Orleans, Jennifer Gipson; 9. The Haitian and American revolutions and Black historical writing at mid-century, Stephen Gilroy Hall; Part 3. Black geographies in transition: Section introduction, Teresa Zackodnik; 10. Freedom to move, Janaka Bowman-Lewis; 11. Black activism, print culture and literature in Canada 1850-1865, Winfried Siemerling; 12. Antislavery activist networks and transatlantic texts, Barbara McCaskill; 13. Haiti as diasporic crossroads in transnational African American writing, Marlene L. Daut; Bibliography.

Om forfatteren

Teresa Zackodnik is a Professor in the English and Film Studies Department at the University of Alberta, where she teaches critical race theory, African American literature and theory, and historical Black feminisms. Her books include The Mulatta and the Politics of Race (2004); Press, Platform, Pulpit: Black Feminisms in the Era of Reform (2011); the six-volume edition African American Feminisms 1828-1923 in the Routledge History of Feminisms series (2007); and 'We Must be Up and Doing': A Reader in Early African American Feminisms (2010). She is a member of the UK-based international research network Black Female Intellectuals in the Historical and Contemporary Context, and is completing a book on early Black feminist use of media and its forms.