Table of contents for Why I hate Abercrombie & Fitch : essays on race and sexuality / Dwight A. McBride.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Preface 1
Introduction The New Black Studies, or beyond the Old 'Race Man'
25
Part I Queer Black Thought 48
1 Straight Black Studies 49
2 Why I Hate Abercrombie & Fitch 85
3 It's a White Man's World: Race in the Gay Marketplace of Desire
129
Part II Race and Sexuality on Occasion 198
4 On Race, Gender and Power: The Case of Anita Hill 199
5 Feel the Rage: A Personal Remembrance of the 1992 LA Uprising
210
6 Ellen's Coming Out: Media and Public Hype 219
7 Affirmative Action and White Rage 226
Part III Straight Black Talk 237
8 Speaking the Unspeakable: On Toni Morrison, African American
Intellectuals, and Essentialist Rhetoric 238
9 Cornel West and the Rhetoric of Race Transcending 272
10 Can the Queen Speak?: Sexuality, Racial Essentialism, and the
Problem of Authority 299
Notes 335
Work Cited 350
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- Study and teaching.
African Americans -- Intellectual life.
African Americans -- Social conditions -- 1975-.
United States -- Race relations.
Racism -- United States.
Sex role -- United States.
Sexual orientation -- United States.