Facing Black and Jew: Literature as Public Space in Twentieth-Century America

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Cultural Margins
General editor Timothy Brennan Department of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature and English, University of MinnesotaThe seriesCultural Margins originated in response to the rapidly increasing interest in postcolonial and minority discourses among literary and humanist scholars in the US, Europe, and elsewhere. The aim of the series is to present books which investigate the complex cultural zone within and through which dominant and minority societies interact and negotiate their differences. Studies in the series range from examinations of the debilitating effects of cultural marginalisation, to analyses of the forms of power found at the margins of culture, to books which map the varied and complex components involved in the relations of domination and subversion. This is an international series, addressing questions crucial to the deconstruction and reconstruction of cultural identity in the late twentieth-century world.
1. Ann Marie Smith, New Rights Discourses on Race and Sexuality: Britain, 1968–1990 0 521 45921 4
2. David Richards, Masks of Difference: Cultural Representations in Literature, Anthropology, and Art 0 521 47972 x
3. Vincent, J. Cheng, Joyce, Race, and Empire 0 521 47859 6
4. Alice Gambrell, Women Intellectuals, Modernism, and Difference: Transatlantic Culture, 1991–1945 0 521 5568 8
5. Francis Barker, Peter Hulme, and Margaret Iversen (eds. ), Cannibalism and the Colonial World 0 521 62908 x
6. Kenneth Mostern, Autobiography and Black Identity Politics: Racialization in Twentieth-century America 0 521 64679 0

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