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Still brave : the evolution of black women's studies

Author: Stanlie M James; Frances Smith Foster; Beverly Guy-Sheftall
Publisher: New York, NY : Feminist Press, 2009.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stanlie M James; Frances Smith Foster; Beverly Guy-Sheftall
ISBN: 9781558616110 155861611X
OCLC Number: 318876948
Description: xxviii, 444 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Black feminist statement / The Combahee RIver Collective --
Lesbianism : an act of resistance / Cheryl Clarke --
Womanist / Alice Walker --
Uses of anger : women responding to racism / Audre Lord --
Black women : shaping feminist theory / bell hooks --
African American women in defense of ourselves / Elsa Barkley Brown, Deborah K. King, and Barbara Ransby --
Black man's place in black feminist criticism / Michael Awkward --
Womanist theology : black women's experience as a source for doing theology, with special reference to Christology / Jacquelyn Grant --
But who do you really belong to : black studies or women's studies? / Barbara Christian --
Revisiting "what's in a name?" : exploring the contours of Africana womanist thought / Nikol G. Alexander-Floyd and Evelyn M. Simien --
Must I be a womanist? / Monica A. Coleman --
When fighting words are not enough : the gendered content of Afrocentrism / Patricia Hill Collins --
Last taboo / Paula Giddings --
Phallus(ies) of interpretation ; toward engendering the black critical "I" / Ann duCille --
Race, gender, and the prison industrial complex : California and beyond / Angela Y. Davis and Cassandra Shaylor --
"Don't let nobody bother you' principle" : the sexual economy of American slavery / Adrienne Davis --
Punks, bulldaggers, and welfare queens : the radical potential of queer politics? / Cathy J. Cohen --
AIDS the secret, silent, suffering shame / Evelynn M. Hammonds --
"What has happened here" : the politics of difference in women's history and feminist politics / Elsa Barkley Brown --
African feminist scholars in women's studies : negotiating spaces of dislocation and transformation in the study of women / Josephine Beoku-Betts and Wairimũ Ngarũiya Njambi --
Olympia's maid : reclaiming black female subjectivity / Lorraine O'Grady --
That the mothers may soar and the daughters may know their names : a retrospective of black feminist literary criticism / Farah Jasmine Griffin --
Mission statement / Black men for the eradication of sexism --
Resting in the gardens, battling in the deserts : black women's activism / Joy James --
Some of us did not die / June Jordan --
Racialized gender/gendered racism : reflections on black feminist human rights theorizing / Stanlie M. James --
"Con-di-fi-cation" : black women, leadership, and political power / Carole Boyce Davies --
Relevance of black feminist scholarship : a Caribbean perspective / Violet Eudine Barriteau --
On dolls, presidents, and little black girls / Cheryl A. Wall.
Responsibility: Stanlie M. James, Frances Smith Foster, Beverly Guy-Sheftall, editors.
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