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African American Literature in Transition, 1800-1830: Volume 2, 1800-1830

Jasmine Nichole Cobb (Redaktør)

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This volume considers texts produced between 1800 and 1830, exploring themes such as print culture, Illustration and the narrative form.

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Introduction Jasmine Nichole Cobb; Part I. Black Organizational Life before 1830: 1. Race, writing, and eschatological hope, 1800-1830 Maurice Wallace; 2. Daniel Coker, David Walker, and the politics of dialogue with whites in early nineteenth-century African American literature William L. Andrews; 3. Black entrepreneurship, economic self-determination and early print in Antebellum Brooklyn Prithi Kanakamedala; Part II. Movement and Mobility in African American Literature: 4. Early African American literature and the British Empire, 1808-1835 Joseph Rezek; 5. Robert Roberts's The House Servant's Directory and the Performance of Stability in African American Print, 1800-1830 Britt Rusert; 6. Dream visions in early Black autobiography; or, why Frederick Douglass doesn't dream Bryan Sinche; Part III. Print Culture in Circulation: 7. Reading, Black feminism, and the press around 1827 Teresa Zackodnik; 8. Theresa and the early transatlantic mixed-race heroine: Black solidarity in Freedom's Journal Brigitte Fielder; 9. Redemption, the historical imagination, and early Black biographical writing Stefan Wheelock; Part IV. Illustration and the Narrative Form: 10. Theorizing vision and selfhood in early Black writing and art Sarah Blackwood; 11. Embodying activism, bearing witness: the portraits of early African American ministers in Philadelphia Aston Gonzalez; 12. Visual insubordination within early African American portraiture and illustrated books Martha J. Cutter.

Om forfatteren

Jasmine Nichole Cobb is the Bacca Foundation Associate Professor of African and African American Studies and of Art, Art History and Visual Studies at Duke University. She is the author of Picture Freedom: Remaking Black Visuality in the Early Nineteenth Century (2015). She teaches courses on black visual culture and representation. Cobb earned a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania and is a recipient of the American Fellowship from the American Association of University Women (AAUW).