Home Current Catalogs Blog. With stunning new insight, Candice M. Black Bourgeois brilliantly highlights how contemporary African American cultural producers render the conundrum faced by the black middle class as they negotiate the limits of class privilege and their own vulnerability within the U. Examining disruptions around race and class status in literature, Candice M. Jenkins reminds us that the conflicted relation of the black subject to privilege is not, solely, a recent phenomenon. The Poitier Effect Racial Melodrama and Fantasies of Reconciliation Sidney Poitier as an icon of the civil rights era, signifying racial reconciliation without threat to the white status quo. University of Minnesota Press Coming soon. Charisma and the Fictions of Black Leadership How a preoccupation with charismatic leadership in African American culture has influenced literature from World War I to the present. Examining disruptions around race and class status in literary texts, Candice M.
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