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" American education favors, both a way of talking about and a way of policing matters of class, sexual license, and repression, formations and exercises of power, and meditations on ethics and accountability. "
Understanding Minority-Serving Institutions - ˹ 48
- 2008 - 349 ˹
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Resisting State Violence: Radicalicism, Gender, and Race in U.S. Culture

Joy James
...Africanism has become, in the Eutocentric tradition that American education favors, both a way of ralking about and a way of policing matters of class, sexual...repression, formations and exercises of power, and medirations on ethics and accounrability, (6-7) As a literaty and political tool, Africanism "provides...
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The Judicial Isolation of the "racially" Oppressed

E. Nathaniel Gates - 1997 - 426 ˹
...imaginary "Africa" has become, in the Eurocentric tradition that American education favors, both a way of talking about and a way of policing matters...power, and meditations on ethics and accountability. Through the simple expedient of demonizing and reifying the range of color on a palette, American Africanism...
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The Courage to Hope: From Black Suffering to Human Redemption

Cornel West, Quinton Hosford Dixie - 1999 - 288 ˹
...discourse, Africanism has become, in the Eurocentric tradition that American education favors, both a way of talking about and a way of policing matters...power, and meditations on ethics and accountability. Through the simple expedient of demonizing and reifying the range of color on a palette, American Africanism...
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Black Venus: Sexualized Savages, Primal Fears, and Primitive Narratives in ...

T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting - 1999 - 190 ˹
...disabling virus within literary discourses, Africanism has become, in the Eurocentric tradition . . . both a way of talking about and a way of policing matters...power, and meditations on ethics and accountability. ... It provides a way of contemplating chaos and civilization, desire and fear." Africanism or the...
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Willa Cather's Southern Connections: New Essays on Cather and the South

Willa Cather International Seminar 1997 Frederick County (Va.)) - 2000 - 240 ˹
...the Africanized "other" figures as a symbol that allows white Americans to both project and police "matters of class, sexual license, and repression,...power, and meditations on ethics and accountability" (7). For Willa Gather, performing the "dangerous nigger" in the drawing room deflects the performance...
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Possible Pasts: Becoming Colonial in Early America

Robert Blair St. George - 2000 - 417 ˹
...Africanism [by which Morrison means white figurations of African Americans and of blackness] has become both a way of talking about and a way of policing matters of class, formations and exercises of power . . . meditations on ethics and accountability. Through the simple...
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The Quest for Community and Identity: Critical Essays in Africana Social ...

Robert E. Birt - 2002 - 291 ˹
...discourse, Africanism has become, in the Eurocentric tradition that American education favors, both a way of talking about and a way of policing matters...power, and meditations on ethics and accountability. y As a literary and political tool, Africanism "provides a way of contemplating chaos and civilization,...
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Troubling Beginnings: Trans(per)forming African American History and Identity

Maurice E. Stevens - 2003 - 192 ˹
...the American cultural imaginary, Toni Morrison cautions that "... Africanism has become . . . both a way of talking about and a way of policing matters...power, and meditations on ethics and accountability." Responding to her call, we too can wonder about performance as it relates to scholars of color in the...
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Guys Like Us: Citing Masculinity in Cold War Poetics

Michael Davidson - 2004 - 281 ˹
...has defined modernist appropriations of "American Africanism" as a "way of talking about and . . . policing matters of class, sexual license, and repression,...power, and meditations on ethics and accountability" (7). To some extent O'Hara's personist aesthetics could be placed within this tradition, nowhere more...
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Reading Africa Into American Literature: Epics, Fables, and Gothic Tales

Keith Cartwright
..."a real or fabricated Africanist presence," an "American Africanism," provided American writers with "a way of talking about and a way of policing matters of class, sexual license, and repression. ... a way of contemplating chaos and civilization, desire and fear, and a mechanism for testing the...
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