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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
New York : Routledge, ©2006
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|ISBN:||041595410X 9780415954105 0415954118 9780415954112|
|Description:||lv, 437 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Alice Walker's womanism. Coming apart (1979) ; Gifts of power: the writings of Rebecca Jackson (1981) ; Womanist (1983) / Alice Walker --
Chikwenye Okonjo Ogunyemi's African womanism. Womanism: the dynamics of contemporary black female novel in English (1985) / Chikwenye Okonjo Ogunyemi --
Clenora Hudson-Weem's Africana womanism. Cultural and agenda conflicts in academia: critical issues for Africana women's studies (1989) ; Africana womanism (1993) / Clenora Hudason-Weems --
Sisters and brothers: black feminists on womanism. What's in a name? Womanism, black feminism, and beyond (1996) / Patricia Hill Collins --
A black man's place in black feminist criticism (1998) / Michael Awkward --
Daughters and sons: the birth of womanist identity. Who's schooling who? Black women and the bringing of the everyday into academe, or why we started 'The Womanist' (1995) / Layli Phillips and Barbara McCaskill --
To be black, male, and "feminist": making womanist space for black men (1997) / Gary L. Lemons --
Theology. Womanist theology: black women's voices (1986) / Delores S. Williams --
Roundtable discussion: Christian ethics and theology in womanist perspective (1989) / Cheryl J. Sanders, Katie G. Cannon, Emilie M. Townes, M. Shawn Copeland, bell hooks, and Cheryl Townsend Gilkes --
Literature and literary criticism. Some implications of womanist theory (1986) / Sherley Anne Williams --
A womanist production of truths: the use of myths in Amy Tan (1995) / Wenying Xu --
History. Womanist consciousness: Maggie Lena Walker and the Independent Order of Saint Luke (1989) / Elsa Barkley Brown --
Theater and film studies. Dialogic modes of representing Africa(s); Womanist film (1991) / Mark A. Reid --
Communication and media studies. A womanist looks at the Million Man March (1996) / Geneva Smitherman --
Assessing womanist thought: the rhetoric of Susan L. Taylor (2000) / Janice D. Hamlet. Psychology. Womanist archetypal psychology: a model of counseling for black women and couples based on Yoruba mythology (2006/1995) / Kim Marie Vaz --
Anthropology. Portraits of 'Mujeres Desjuiciadas': womanist pedagogies of the everyday, the mundane and the ordinary (2001) / Ruth Trinidad Galván --
Education. Giving voice: an inclusive model of instruction: a womanist perspective (1994) / Vanessa Sheared --
A womanist experience of caring: understanding the pedagogy of exemplary black women teachers (2002) / Tamar Beauboeuf-Lafontant --
Social work. Elizabeth Ross Haynes: an African American reformer of womanist consciousness, 1908-1940 (1997) / Iris Carlton-LaNey --
Nursing science. Womanist ways of knowing: theoretical considerations for research with African American women (2000) / JoAnne Banks-Wallace --
Sexuality studies. Kuaering Queer theory: My autocritography and a race-conscious, womanist, transnational turn (2003) / Wenshu Lee --
Architecture/Urban studies. Critical spatial literacy: a womanist positionality and the spatio-temporal construction of black family life (2004) / Epifania Akosua Amoo-Adare --
Harmony, hegemony, or healing? The language of womanism: rethinking difference (1997) / Helen (charles) --
Warrior marks: global womanism's neo-colonial discourse in a multicultural context (2001) / Inderpal Grewal and Caren Kaplan --
Selections from the first quarter century. A womanist bibliography (including internet resources) / Layli Phillips.
|Responsibility:||edited by Layli Phillips.|
"Long overdue, Layli Phillips' The Womanist Reader is a pioneering text that illuminates the genealogy of womanism and its complex meanings. Phillips' articulation of its connections with and
- Women, Black.
- African American women.
- Minority women.
- Noires américaines.
- Femmes issues des minorités.
- Weibliche Schwarze.