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2014 Race & Pedagogy Conference Keynote & Spotlight Speakers: A Resource Guide: Henry Louis Gates Jr

2014 National Race & Pedagogy Conference

 

 

 This guide provides links to selected writings by conference speakers at the 2014 Race and Pedagogy Conference held on the campus of the University of Puget Sound.

Books in the Library's Collection

Selected Articles

"African American Studies In The 21St Century. (Cover Story)." Black Scholar 22.3 (1992): 3-9.

"Blackness Of Blackness: A Critique Of The Sign And The Signifying Monkey." Critical Inquiry 10.(1983): 685-723.

"Critical Fanonism." Critical Inquiry (1991): 457-470.

"Does Academic Correctness Repress Separatist Or Afrocentrist Scholarship?." Journal Of Blacks In Higher Education 2 (1994): 40-48.

"'Grievances At The Treatment She Received': Harriet E. Wilson's Spiritualist Career In Boston, 1868-1900." American Literary History 24.2 (2012): 234-264.

"Growing Up Colored." American Heritage 62.2 (2012): 56-63

"Jean Toomer's Conflicted Racial Identity." Chronicle Of Higher Education 57.23 (2011): B5-B8.

"Reading "Race," Writing, And Difference." PMLA: Publications Of The Modern Language Association Of America 123.5 (2008): 1534-1539.

"The Trope Of A New Negro And The Reconstruction Of The Image Of The Black." Representations 24 (1988): 129-155.

"The Two Nations Of Black America." Brookings Review 16.2 (1998): 4.

"'We Have Not Come This Far Alone'." Time.Com (2014): 1.

"What's Love Got To Do With It?": Critical Theory, Integrity, And The Black Idiom." New Literary History 18.2 (1987): 345-362

Henry Louis Gates Jr. Video

Professor Henry Louis Gates Speaks about Pluralism in Education

Henry Louis Gates Jr.

Image source: Huffington Post

Faculty Profile, Harvard University

Haas, Michael. "Henry Louis Gates, Jr." Great Lives From History: African Americans (2010): 69. Biography Reference Center

Wolf, Abby. "Gates, Henry Louis “Skip,” Jr.." African American National Biography

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