Table of contents for The rise and demise of Black theology / Alistair Kee.

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Introduction	Beyond the Mantras
Chapter 1	Assimilation and Alienation: double consciousness
(a) Negritude
(b) Black Consciousness
Chapter 2	Sickness in Babylon: black theology in the USA
(a) Black Power
(b) Black Theology
Chapter 3	The Redemption of the Poor: black theology in South Africa
(a) The black consciousness movement
(b) Black theology, class and power
Chapter 4	As Purple is to Lavender: womanist theology
(a) Womanist consciousness
(b) Womanist theology
Chapter 5	The Concept of Dread: black theology in the UK
(a) To the Motherland
(b) Jesus in Dreadlocks
Chapter 6	Gender, race and class: the closed circle of black theology
(a) Race and Reification
(b) The Ideology of Retrieval
Conclusion	An Obituary
(a) Radical Race Critique
(b) Unmet Needs

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Black theology.