Table of contents for The new Black renaissance : the souls anthology of critical African-American studies / edited by Manning Marable ; associate editors Khary Jones, Patricia G. Lespinasse, Adina Popescu.

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Introduction: Critical African-American Studies, Souls, and the New Black Renaissance, Manning 
Part One	Remapping the Black Experience
1.	Rethinking Black Studies
Living Black History: Resurrecting the African-American Experience, Manning Marable
Teaching Race and Racism in the Twenty-First Century: Thematic Considerations, Howard 
2.	Reinterpreting the Past: The New Black History
The Nature of African-American History, Herbert Aptheker
Forty Acres; or, An Act of Bad Faith, Jeffrey Kerr-Ritchie
Black Like Mao: Red China and Black Revolution, Robin D. G. Kelley and Betsy Esch
3.	Home to Harlem: Yesterday and Today
Losing Ground: Harlem, the War on Drugs, and the Prison Industrial Complex, Leith 
Toward an Ethnography of a Quotation-Marked-Off Place, John L. Jackson, Jr.
Part Two	Old Constructs, New Contexts
4.	The New Racial Domain
Good at the Game of Tricknology: Proposition 209 and the Struggle for the Historical 
Memory of the Civil Rights Movement, George Derek Musgrove
Notes on a National Report, Nikhi Singh
Cheap Talk, er, Dialogue, Gary Y. Okihiro
5.	Black Feminist Studies: The New Politics of Gender
Black Feminism and the Challenge of Black Heterosexual Male Desire, Michael Awkward
Establishing Black Feminism, Barbara Smith
Working It Off: Welfare Reform, Workfare, and Work Experience Programs in New York 
City, Dain-Ain Davis, Ana Aparicio, Audrey Jacobs Akemi Kochiyama, Leith Mullings, 
Andrea Queeley, and Beverly Thompson
?It?s Not Right But It?s Okay?: Black Women?s R&B and the House That Terry McMillan 
Built, Daphne A. Brooks
6.	The Hip Hop Nation: Black Youth Culture Today
From Elvis to Eminem: Play That Funky Music, White Boy! Todd Boyd
Hip Hop and the Aesthetics of Criminalization, Andrea Queeley
Part Three	Beyond Traditional Boundaries
7.	Beyond Black and White: Redefining Racialized Identities
Profit, Power, and Privilege: The Racial Politics of Ancestry, Lee Baker
The Politics of Studying Whiteness, Noel Ignatiev
The Political Economy of Whiteness Studies, Eric Klinenberg
Defending Critical Studies of Whiteness But Not Whiteness Studies, David Roediger
The Difference between Whiteness and Whites, John Hartigan, Jr.
Brilliance without Passion: Whiteness Scholarship and the Struggle against Racism, Tim Wise
Whiteness: A Mixed Bag, Karen Brodkin
8.	Transnational Blackness: Africa and the African Diaspora, Asia, and Globalization
The Continuity of Struggle, Assata Shakur
The New South Africa and the Process of Transformation, Bill Fletcher
Globalized Punishment, Localized Resistance: Prisons, Neoliberalism, and Empire, Julia 
Let Us Be Moors: Islam, Race, and Connected Histories, Hisham D. Aidi
9.	The Responsibility of the Critical Black Studies Scholar
9/11: Notes on the Crisis Symposium: Eight Lessons from the Black Front?A Primer, Farah 
Jasmine Griffin, and Aftermath, Hazel V. Carby
And the Beat Goes On: Challenges Facing Black Intellectuals, Kathleen Neal Cleaver
A Scholar in Struggle, Clayborne Carson
About the Editors and Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- Study and teaching.
African Americans -- Intellectual life.
African Americans -- Politics and government.
African Americans -- Social conditions -- 1975-.
Ethnicity -- United States.
Multiculturalism -- United States.
United States -- Race relations.
United States -- Social policy -- 1993-.