Category Archives: Gates, Henry Louis

African Americans Part 4

Henry Louis Gates, Jr., discusses his book, The Signifying Monkey: A Theory of African-American Literary Criticism (Oxford University Press). Arnold Rampersad discusses his biography of Langston Hughes, available from Oxford University Press. 543 – African Americans Part 4

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Black Thinkers

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. comments on black studies in American education. William A. Darity, Jr. discusses his biography of Abram Harris, America’s first black economist. 488 – Black Thinkers

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Cultural Fabrics

Marjorie Agosin discusses contemporary Latin American poetry and reads from her own work. Houston Baker and Henry Louis Gates discuss African-American literature and the cultural canon of the United States. 474 – Cultural Fabrics

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