African American literature/Bibliography
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- Andrews, W., Foster, F., and Harris, T. (Editors).The Oxford Companion to African American Literature. Oxford, 1997.
- Brodhead, R. "An Anatomy of Multiculturalism". Yale Alumni Magazine, April 1994. Excerpted here.
- Cashmore, E. "Review of the Norton Anthology of African-American Literature" New Statesman, April 25, 1997.
- Dalrymple, T. "An Imaginary 'Scandal'" The New Criterion, May 2005.
- Davis, M., Graham, M., and Pineault-Burke, S. (Editors). Teaching African American Literature: Theory and Practice. Routledge, 1998.
- Gates, H. The Trials of Phillis Wheatley: America's First Black Poet and Her Encounters With the Founding Fathers Basic Civitas Books, 2003
- Gilyard, K., and Wardi, A. African American Literature. Penguin, 2004.
- Greenberg, P. "I hate that (The rise of identity journalism)". Townhall.com, June 15, 2005.
- Groden, M., and Krieswirth, M. (Editors). "African-American Theory and Criticism" from the Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism.
- Grossman, J. "Historical Research and Narrative of Chicago and the Great Migration".
- Hamilton, K. "Writers' Retreat: Despite the proliferation of Black authors and titles in today's marketplace, many look to literary journals to carry on the torch for the written word". Black Issues in Higher Education, Nov 6, 2003.
- Jay, G. American Literature and the Culture Wars. Cornell University Press, 1997. Excerpted here.
- Lowney, J. "Haiti and Black Transnationalism: Remapping the Migrant Geography of Home to Harlem" African American Review, Fall, 2000.
- McKay, N., and Gates, H. (Editors). The Norton Anthology of African American Literature, Second Edition. W. W. Norton & Company, 2004.
- Mitchem, S. "No Longer Nailed to the Floor". Cross Currents, spring, 2003.
- Roach, R. "Powerful pages: Unprecedented Public Impact of W.W. Norton and Co's Norton Anthology of African American Literature". Black Issues in Higher Education, Sept 18, 1997.
- Scott, D. "Harlem shadows: Re-evaluating Wallace Thurman's The Blacker the Berry". MELUS, fall-winter, 2004.