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Afro-American Culture, Literature, and Social Order, Part 2 of 6; Commentary on The Black Huddle

Houston Baker, Blyden Jackson, James Olney, and John Sekora discuss the major themes and aesthetic concerns that unify and divide black writers, and the effects of the emergence of African-American studies on both the academy and society as a whole. … Continue reading

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(1) Current Black American Literature; (2) Philosophy and Public Policy, Part 3 of 7: Education and Politics

Darwin Turner┬ádiscusses African American literature with┬áKent Mullikin. Turner speaks about black writers’ reactions in the face of criticism, forms of creative writing by black authors, and black authors’ working relationships with publishers. In the second segment (14:30), the series on … Continue reading

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