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Critical approaches to literature. by Evans, Robert C.,1955-editor.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-310) and index.The feminism of Renaissance love poetry / Robert C. Evans -- Imag(in)ing the female reader: The Lady's Magazine in the new republic / Karen E. Rowe -- Margaret Fuller's Woman in the Nineteenth Century and American literary history / Brian Yothers -- Linda Loman and cognitive psychology in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman / Robert C. Evans -- Rebel daughters: Margaret Walker and Muriel Rukeyser / Julia Lisella -- The body of Sextus in Shakespeare's The Rape of Lucrece / Fran Teague and Nathan P. Gilmour -- Killing Desdemona: possible feminist responses to the death scene in Shakespeare's Othello / Robert C. Evans -- Body and text in early epistolary fiction, culminating in Richardson's Pamela / Joyce Kelley -- "Make savings, not children": Malthus and population control in Emma and Mansfield Park / Sarah Fredericks -- Christina Rossetti as a "feminist" poet / Christie Deuter -- Feminism in Kate Chopin's "flash fiction" / Caitlin Celka -- Genevieve Taggard's socialist feminist interventions in lyric making / Julia Lisella -- Women and "feminism" in Zora Neale Thurston's "The Gilded Six Bits" / Christina M. Garner -- A war story of one's own : Katherine Anne Porter's re-envisioning of Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms / Michael E. Kaufmann -- Telling it like it was: Doris Lessing's The Golden Notebook as a protofeminist text / Nicolas Tredell -- Failed stories of rewriting and revision in Samdra Cisneros's Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories / Anne McGee -- The thirtysometing wives' tale: Zadie Smith's NW as a post-feminist text / Nicolas Tredell.This book discusses one of the most important theoretical approaches of modern times: feminism. Covering material from the Renaissance to the present day, this volume explores feminist works in a variety of genres, including novels, dramas, short stories, poems, and films.
Subjects: Feminism in literature.; Literature;
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Critical approaches to literature : feminist / by Evans, Robert C.,1955-editor.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.About this Volume -- The Feminism of Renaissance Love Poetry -- Critical Contexts -- Imag(in)ing the Female Reader: The Lady's Magazine in the New Republic -- Margaret Fuller's Woman in the Nineteenth Century and American Literary History -- Linda Loman and Cognitive Psychology in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman -- Rebel Daughters: Margaret Walker and Muriel Rukeyser -- Critical Readings -- The Body of Sextus in Shakespeare's The Rape of Lucrece -- Killing Desdemona: Possible Feminist Responses to the Death Scene in Shakespeare's Othello -- Body and Text in Early Epistolary Fiction, Culminating in Richardson's Pamela -- "Make Savings, Not Children": Malthus and Population Control in Emma and Mansfield Park -- Christina Rossetti as a "Feminist" Poet -- Feminism in Kate Chopin's "Flash Fiction" -- Genevieve Taggard's Socialist Feminist Interventions in Lyric Making -- Women and "Feminism" in Zora Neale Hurston's "The Gilded Six-Bits" -- A War Story of One's Own: Katherine Anne Porter's Re-Envisioning of Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms -- Telling It Like It Was: Doris Lessing's The Golden Notebook as a Protofeminist Text -- Failed Stories of Rewriting and Revision in Sandra Cisneros's Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories -- The Thirtysomething Wives' Tale: Zadie Smith's NW as a Post-Feminist Text -- Resources -- Feminist Pluralism: A Variety of Possible Feminist Approaches to Literature and Film -- Chronology -- Additional Works -- Bibliography -- About the Editor -- Contributors -- Glossary -- Index.Provides a collection of essays that concern feminist approaches to literary criticism.10-A.Mode of access: Internet.
Subjects: Feminism in literature.; Literature; Feminism in literature.; Literature;
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The Oxford companion to fairy tales / by Zipes, Jack,1937-editor.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 669-720).In over 1,000 entries, this acclaimed Companion covers all aspects of the Western fairy tale tradition, from medieval to modern, under the guidance of Professor Jack Zipes. It provides an authoritative reference source for this complex and captivating genre, exploring the tales themselves, the writers who wrote and reworked them, and the artists who illustrated them. It also covers numerous related topics such as the fairy tale and film, television, art, opera, ballet, the oral tradition, music, advertising, cartoons, fantasy literature, feminism, and stamps. First published in 2000, 130 new entries have been added to account for recent developments in the field, including J.K. Rowling and Suzanne Collins, and new articles on topics such as cognitive criticism and fairy tales, digital fairy tales, fairy tale blogs and websites, and pornography and fairy tales. The remaining entries have been revised and updated in consultation with expert contributors. This second edition contains beautifully designed feature articles highlighting countries with a strong fairy tale tradition, covering: Britain and Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, North America and Canada, Portugal, Scandinavian countries, Slavic and Baltic countries, and Spain. It also includes an informative and engaging introduction by the editor, which sets the subject in its historical and literary context. A detailed and updated bibliography provides information about background literature and further reading material. In addition, the A to Z entries are accompanied by over 60 beautiful and carefully selected black and white illustrations. Already renowned in its field, the second edition of this unique work is an essential companion for anyone interested in fairy tales in literature, film, and art; and for anyone who values the tradition of storytelling.
Subjects: Fairy tales;
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Baby boomers and popular culture : an inquiry into America's most powerful generation / by Cogan, Brian,1967-; Gencarelli, Thom.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.From Camelot to Watergate : ten years that changed the politics of boomer culture / William M. Knoblauch -- The whole world is watching : the SDS and student movement of the 1960s / Ed Tywoniak -- Breaking down doors : the Stonewall riots and LGBT rights / Anastacia Kurylo -- Wearing members only jackets : baby boomers and the shift from sharing in to buying into community / Todd Kelshaw -- Boomers in the global village / Michael Grabowski -- Let the games begin : baby boomers, capitalist ideology, and the containment of gender in sports television / Cheryl A. Casey -- "And now bringing you the good life, a word from our sponsors" : the changing face of television advertising from the sixties to the present day / Rebecca Kern -- Moving with the pictures : film viewing across the boomer era / Sheila J. Nayar -- Chilling to The big chill : representations of boomers in movies / Robert Hensley-King -- The new horror movie / Todd K. Platts -- Rock music on film : a selective chronology / Sarah Boslaugh -- "It's only rock-'n'-roll" : the rise of the contemporary popular music industry as a defining factor in the creation of boomer culture / Thom Gencarelli -- "In my life" : the transformative power of music and media during the rebellions of the 1960s / Robert Albrecht -- "Love is all you need" : why there will never be another Beatles / Phil Rose -- Bob Dylan and spectacle culture : yesterday and today / Salvatore J. Fallica -- "Come see about me" : why the baby boomers liked Stax but loved Motown / Gary Kenton -- Reading the boomers' reading : what did they read? Who did they read? Who wrote about them? / David Linton -- Equipment for living : the popularity and use of second-wave feminist literature among baby boomers / Kim Trager Bohley -- "After Life, the magazine, the splintering of the categories : boomers as a target audience" (including "Mau-mau-ing the press: the rise of 'new' journalism," "Rolling Stone: the magazine that marked a generation," and "Tom Wolfe, Gay Talese, and the 'new journalism' as literature") / Brian Cogan -- Soul on ice : the rise of minority literature / Christopher Allen Varlack -- The baby boom, the bomb, and outer space : growing up in a science fiction world / Lance Strate -- Marshall McLuhan and the making of a countercultural generation / James C. Morrison.Once upon a time, the members of the Baby Boomer generation were young, idealistic, and hungry to change the world. And they did create sweeping, irreversible changes throughout American society--but probably not in the ways their younger selves imagined they would. Now that the Boomers are in their late-adult or retirement years, their tremendous legacy can clearly be perceived. In retrospect, the paths the members of this generation took to come to power--and how they came to terms with that power--are also apparent. This single-volume work supplies a broad yet detailed critical guide to the Boomer Generation, containing essays on key people, moments, and phenomena not only during the Boomers' 1960s heyday but also their extensive influences on American culture decades afterward. The contributors address key topics such as the rise of feminism; Civil Rights; the Vietnam War and the anti-war movement; the Beatles, the Grateful Dead, and rock 'n roll; gay rights; idealism, narcissism, and materialism; the influence of television on America, and vice versa; and the transition of Boomers from being "Yippies" to "Yuppies." This work is an ideal text for students in undergraduate or graduate courses in television studies, media studies, cultural studies, and American studies; and is highly appropriate as a supplemental text in literature, history, and philosophy surveys.
Subjects: Popular culture; Baby boom generation;
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Margaret Atwood / by Bouson, J. Brooks,ed.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.About This Volume -- J. Brooks Bouson / CAREER, LIFE, AND INFLUENCE: On Margaret Atwood -- J. Brooks Bouson ; Biography of Margaret Atwood / CRITICAL CONTEXTS: "On Being a Woman Writer": Atwood's Canadian and Feminist Contexts -- Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson ; The Critical Reception of Atwood's Works: A Chronological Survey -- Coral Ann Howells ; Whodunit: The Mystery/Detective Story Framework in Atwood's Alias Grace and The Blind Assassin -- Earl Ingersoll ; From H.G. Wells's Island to Margaret Atwood's Paradice: Bio-perversity and Its Ramifications -- Shulli Barzilai / CRITICAL READINGS: Margaret Atwood's Poetry: Voice and Vision -- Kathryn VanSpanckeren ; "Consider the Body": Remaking the Myth of Female Sexuality in Margaret Atwood's Poems in Morning in the Burned House -- Tomoko Kuribayashi ; Gender and Genre in Atwood's Short Stories and Short Fictions -- Reingard M. Nischik ; Atwood and the Gothic -- Carol Margaret Davison ; "This Is Border Country": Atwood's Surfacing and Postcolonial Identity -- Laura Wright ; Hanging (onto) Words: Language, Religion, and Spirituality in Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale -- Michael P. Murphy ; Sexual Trauma, Ethics, and the Reader in the Works of Margaret Atwood -- Laurie Vickroy ; Freed from the Salt Mines of Virtue: Wicked Women in Margaret Atwood's Novels -- Sarah Appleton ; The "Historical Turn" in Margaret Atwood's The Blind Assassin and Alias Grace -- Alice Ridout ; Surviving the Waterless Flood: Feminism and Ecofeminism in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale, Oryx and Crake, and The Year of the Flood -- Karen Stein ; Postapocalyptic Vision: Flood Myths and Other Folklore in Atwood's Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood -- Sharon R. Wilson / RESOURCES: Chronology of Margaret Atwood's Life ; Works by Margaret Atwood ; Bibliography ; About the Editor ; Contributors ; Index.As the author of over forty works-including over a dozen novels and over a dozen books of poetry as well as collections of short stories and short fictions, works of literary criticism, and collections of her essays and reviews-Margaret Atwood is indisputably Canada's best-known contemporary author. Edited by J. Brooks Bouson, this volume in the Critical Insights series presents a variety of new essays on the Canadian writer.--Publisher description.10-A.
Subjects: Atwood, Margaret, 1939- ; Women and literature;
© 2012., EBSCO Publishing,
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Margaret Atwood / by Bouson, J. Brooks.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.About This Volume -- J. Brooks Bouson / CAREER, LIFE, AND INFLUENCE: On Margaret Atwood -- J. Brooks Bouson ; Biography of Margaret Atwood / CRITICAL CONTEXTS: "On Being a Woman Writer": Atwood's Canadian and Feminist Contexts -- Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson ; The Critical Reception of Atwood's Works: A Chronological Survey -- Coral Ann Howells ; Whodunit: The Mystery/Detective Story Framework in Atwood's Alias Grace and The Blind Assassin -- Earl Ingersoll ; From H.G. Wells's Island to Margaret Atwood's Paradice: Bio-perversity and Its Ramifications -- Shulli Barzilai / CRITICAL READINGS: Margaret Atwood's Poetry: Voice and Vision -- Kathryn VanSpanckeren ; "Consider the Body": Remaking the Myth of Female Sexuality in Margaret Atwood's Poems in Morning in the Burned House -- Tomoko Kuribayashi ; Gender and Genre in Atwood's Short Stories and Short Fictions -- Reingard M. Nischik ; Atwood and the Gothic -- Carol Margaret Davison ; "This Is Border Country": Atwood's Surfacing and Postcolonial Identity -- Laura Wright ; Hanging (onto) Words: Language, Religion, and Spirituality in Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale -- Michael P. Murphy ; Sexual Trauma, Ethics, and the Reader in the Works of Margaret Atwood -- Laurie Vickroy ; Freed from the Salt Mines of Virtue: Wicked Women in Margaret Atwood's Novels -- Sarah Appleton ; The "Historical Turn" in Margaret Atwood's The Blind Assassin and Alias Grace -- Alice Ridout ; Surviving the Waterless Flood: Feminism and Ecofeminism in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale, Oryx and Crake, and The Year of the Flood -- Karen Stein ; Postapocalyptic Vision: Flood Myths and Other Folklore in Atwood's Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood -- Sharon R. Wilson / RESOURCES: Chronology of Margaret Atwood's Life ; Works by Margaret Atwood ; Bibliography ; About the Editor ; Contributors ; Index.As the author of over forty works-including over a dozen novels and over a dozen books of poetry as well as collections of short stories and short fictions, works of literary criticism, and collections of her essays and reviews-Margaret Atwood is indisputably Canada's best-known contemporary author. Edited by J. Brooks Bouson, this volume in the Critical Insights series presents a variety of new essays on the Canadian writer.--Publisher description.
Subjects: Atwood, Margaret, 1939-; Women and literature;
© 2012., EBSCO Publishing,
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Love for sale : a world history of prostitution / by Ringdal, Nils Johan,1952-;
Includes bibliographical references and index.1. The whore of Babylon -- 2. Patriarchs and priestesses -- 3. Fallen angels -- 4. Greek liberalism -- 5. Hindu ambiguity -- 6. Rome's daughters -- 7. Repentant sinners -- 8. Tang China's pleasure women -- 9. Muhammad's women -- 10. Guilds and cloisters, rogues and rapists -- 11. Celestial whores -- 12. The war of the roses [running title: The war of the rose] -- 13. Pox, punishment, and penitence -- 14. Splendor and misery of the courtesans -- 15. Love in the South Seas -- 16. Fanny Hill -- 17. Hara-kiri -- 18. The penetration of Africa -- 19. Nana and her times -- 20. Moral crusaders -- 21. Sex in the Wild West -- 22. Imperial virtue -- 23. Tango! -- 24. Ottoman footnote -- 25. The white slave trade -- 26. Kamikaze and comfort -- 27. Call girls -- 28. Academic sex tourism -- 29. Feminism and the sex workers' movement."Beginning with the epic of Gilgamesh, the Old Testament, and ancient cultures from Greece to India and beyond, Love for Sale takes the reader on a tour through the entire recorded history of prostitution around the globe up to the modern red-light district. It shows how different societies have viewed and dealt with prostitutes - for example, how ancient Greece and Rome incorporated them into several social echelons, even the priestess class; how the rise of the courtesan in nineteenth-century Europe shaped literature (with Zola's immortal Nana), fashion, the arts, and the modern sensibility. It uncovers the first manuals of sex and seduction, and tells the stories of the British Empire's campaigns against prostitution in India and about the "comfort women" who served the armies in the Pacific theater of World War II. It closes with the rise of the sex-workers' rights movement and "sex-positive" feminism, and a realistic look at the true risks and rewards of prostitution in the present day. Love for Sale spans a wide historical swathe armed with a lively wit and no-nonsense grasp of sex that recalls Camille Paglia's Sexual Personae."--BOOK JACKET.
Subjects: Prostitution;
© c2004., Grove Press,
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Girls can do anything : from sports to innovation, art to politics, meet over 200 women who got there first / by Doyle, Caitlin.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 292-306) and index.Introduction -- Arts & literature -- Politics & world-building -- Science & innovation -- Sports & endurance -- Epilogue -- Sea change : waves of feminism -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Glossary -- Index. "This book includes over 200 of the strongest, fastest, smartest and most incredible women whose achievements have contributed to the world we live in today. This fact-o-pedia is divided into subjects from science to sports and and include profiles, illustrations, photographs, quotes and trivia."--
Subjects: Biographies.; Women;
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The Black history book / by Blyden, Nemata Amelia,1964-contributor,editor.; Akpan, Paula,contributor.; Harper, Mireille,1995-contributor.; Lockhart, Keith,contributor.; Maddox, Tyesha,contributor.; Njoku, Raphael Chijioke,contributor.; Pepera, Luke,contributor.; Swainston, George,contributor.; Walker, Robin,1967-contributor.; Wilson, Jamie Jaywann,contributor.; Olusoga, David,writer of foreword.; Graham, James(Illustrator),illustrator.; Limerick, Anthony,illustrator.; Dorling Kindersley, Inc.;
Discover the rich and complex history of the peoples of Africa, and the struggles and triumphs of Black cultures and communities around the world.With profiles of key people, movements, and events, The Black History Book brings together accounts of the most significant ideas and milestones in Black history and culture. This vital and thought-provoking book presents a bold and accessible overview of the history of the African continent and its peoples - from the earliest human migrations to modern Black communities and the African diaspora. Powerful images and innovative infographics bring to life the stories of the early kingdoms of Ancient Egypt, Nubia, and Carthage; the powerful empires of the Medieval and Early Modern eras; and the struggle against European colonizers. Black history and culture beyond the African continent is also explored in detail - including the Atlantic Slave Trade; the quilombos (slave resistance camps) of Brazil; the Harlem Renaissance and Jazz Age; the "Windrush" migration; Civil Rights and Black feminist movements; and Black Lives Matter. Using the "Big Ideas" series' trademark combination of authoritative, accessible text and bold graphics, The Black History Book examines the achievements and struggles of Black communities across the world up to the modern day, as well as the influence of Black cultures on art, literature, and music the world over. --Introduction -- Prehistory and ancient history, before 1 CE ; Africa, the mother of humanity: The first humans ; We were all Africans: Humans migrate out of Africa ; The crucible of ancient Egyptian civilization: Predynastic Egypt ; The gift of the Nile: Egypt's Old, Middle, and New Kingdoms ; The land of the bow: The Nubian kingdom of Kerma ; A dispersal of language: The Bantu migrations ; The richest city of antiquity: Ancient seafarers settle Carthage ; One bright blaze turns learning into air: The lost library of Alexandria ; Carthage must be destroyed: The Romans reach Africa -- Empire and expansion, 1-800 CE ; The third great kingdom on Earth: The trading empire of Aksum ; Devotion under persecution: Christianity reaches Africa ; Ghana, the land of gold: The Ghana Empire ; We have conquered Alexandria: The Muslim conquest of Egypt ; The endless journey: The trans-Saharan slave trade ; The people of the coast: The rise of Swahili city-states ; Masters of every art and industry: The Moors in Al-Andalus -- Faith and trade, 800-1510 ; The Zanj called one another to arms: The Zanj slave rebellion ; The daughters of my dispersed ones: The Ethiopian Jews ; All the kingdoms obey its king: The origins of the Songhai Empire ; A unique African civilization: The city of Great Zimbabwe ; We are people of the desert: Ghana converts to Islam ; The crossroads of Africa, the cradle of Islam: The Kanem Empire ; The enchanted holy city: The beginnings of Benin ; The miracles of Lalibela: Ethiopia's rock churches ; Mali will never be in thrall: The Mali Empire ; The people who pray in it will bless your name: The Great Mosque is founded at Djenné ; A mission to spread the light of Islam: The sultanate of Ifat ; All birds will flock to a fruitful tree: Europeans arrive in Africa ; The blue men form the Sahel: The city-states of Hausaland ; They follow where their animals go: The migration of the Maasai ; The mastery of technology and art: The great bronzes of Benin ; Commerce, not conquest: Ming China trades with East Africa ; Fostered and powered here: Blackamoors in Tudor England ; The quest for an African El Dorado: The gold trade in Mozambique ; Our kingdom is being lost: The manikongo succession -- Enslavement and rebellion, 1510-1700 ; A stain on the fabric of human history: The birth of the Atlantic slave trade ; Sick or well, it was work, work, work: Life on the plantations ; America's first slave revolt: The slave rebellion in Hispaniola ; A bloody rebellion in the sugar fields: Enslaved people rise up in Mexico ; Warrior villages: Brazil's slave resistance camps ; The lady of thunder: Queen Nzinga takes on Portugal ; We are kin, and we are free: The Jamaican Maroons ; From heaven in a cloud of white dust: The birth of the Asante Empire ; The rock that is unharmed by the hoe: Changamire Dombo and his army of "Destroyers" ; Race is a human invention: The creation of "race"Revolution and resistance, 1700-1900 ; We were never enslaved: The Garifuna ; Remarkable for their courage and ferocity: The warrior women of Dahomey ; Slaves have no right to property: Louisiana's Code Noir ; Am I not a man and a brother?: Abolitionism in Europe ; What, to the American slave, is your Fourth of July?: Abolitionism in the Americas ; The dead will rise to drive the white man out: The Xhosa Wars ; To send the Africans to their native quarter: The founding of Sierra Leone ; Independence or death: The Haitian Revolution ; The weary travelers flying from the land of bondage: The Underground Railroad ; The bright swords of Quranic verses: The Fulani conquest ; Up! Children of Zulu: The Zulu Empire ; Land of the free: The settlement of Liberia ; White spirits and Black spirits engaged in battle: Nat Turner's revolt ; Exchanged for cloths and beads: The Zanzibar slave trade ; Men of color, to arms!: The war to end slavery ; The price of the disaster of slavery: The golden age of Reconstruction ; Exploiting the land and its resources: The gold rush in Botswana ; We are now part of Europe: The construction of the Suez Canal ; Separate but equal: Jim Crow ; Divide and rule: The scramble for Africa ; The golden law: The ending of slavery in Brazil ; The conquering lions of Abyssinia: Ethiopia defies colonialism -- Decolonization and diasporas, (1900-present) ; A United States of Africa: Pan-Africanism ; The water of life: The Maji Maji uprising ; For Black people by Black people: Black Wall Street ; The voice of the race: Brazil's Black movements ; Young, gifted, and Black: The Harlem Renaissance ; The eternal tom-tom beating in the Negro soul: The Jazz Age ; We demand to be citizens: Black movements in France ; Was your mother counted?: The Women's War of 1929 ; A Black king will be crowned: The Rastafari movement ; We were wearing the same uniform: Black combatants in World War II ; They tell you it is the mother country: The Windrush migration ; There is no easy road to freedom: Nelson Mandela and the anti-apartheid movement ; We don't want war, we want justice: The Mau Mau uprising ; Why should our children have to travel so far to school?: Brown v. Board of Education ; Let the people see: The lynching of Emmett Till ; The only tired I was, was tired of giving in: The Montgomery bus boycott ; Ghana is free forever!: Ghana declares independence ; This is a new day in Africa: The Year of Africa ; No gender justice without racial justice: The rise of Black feminism ; I have a dream: The March on Washington ; Independence has come: "Zik" and independent Nigeria ; A new society must be born: The Black Power movement ; Denying race means denying reality: Color-blind policies in France ; I came, I saw, I conquered. That's a ball: Ball culture in the United States ; Enough is enough: The Brixton uprisings ; We are not sure the police are there to protect us: The police assault on Rodney King ; Zero tolerance of racism: The Macpherson Report ; We wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed: The Rwandan genocide ; African renaissance is around the corner: The African economic boom ; Yes, we can!: The election of Barack Obama ; Black Lives Matter: Global antiracism campaigns ; Our ancestors live with us: The African diaspora today.
Subjects: Black people; African diaspora; Slave trade; Decolonization; Culture; Civil rights;
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