Against the Odds: Scholars Who Challenged Racism in the Twentieth Century

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REFERENCES

Sivanandan, A. “Alien Gods.” In Colour, Culture, and Consciousness: Immigrant Intellectuals in Britain, ed B. Parekh. London: G. Allen and Unwin, 1974.

Sivanandan, A. “All That Melts into Air Solid: The Hokum of ‘New Times.’” Race and Class 31, no. 3 (January–March 1990).

Sivanandan, A. “From Resistance to Rebellion: Asian and Afro-Caribbean Struggles in Britain.” Race and Class 23, no. 2 (autumn 1981) and no. 3 (winter 1982).

Sivanandan, A. “Globalism and the Left.” Race and Class 4, no. 2 (October 1998) and no. 3 (March 1999).

Sivanandan, A. “Heresies and Prophecies: The Social and Political Fall-Out of the Technological Revolution.” Race and Class 37, no. 4 (April–June 1996).

Sivanandan, A. “Imperialism and Disorganic Development in the Silicon Age.” Race and Class 21, no. 2 (autumn 1979).

Sivanandan, A. “La trahison des clercs.” Race and Class 37, no. 3 (January–March 1996).

Sivanandan, A. “New Circuits of Imperialism.” Race and Class 30, no. 4 (April–June 1989).

Sivanandan, A. “Race, Class, and the State: The Black Experience in Britain.” Race and Class 17, no. 4 (spring 1976).

Sivanandan, A. “RAT and the Degradation of Black Struggle.” Race and Class 26, no. 4 (spring 1985).

Two collections of political essays, including some of the above, were published as A. Sivanandan, A Different Hunger: Writings on Black Resistance (London: Pluto Press, 1982) and Communities of Resistance: Writings on Black Struggles for Socialism (London: Verso, 1990). Sivanandan has also written an award-winning novel on Sri Lanka, When Memory Dies (Arcadia: London, 1997). A World to Win: Essays in Honour of A. Sivanandan, ed. Colin Prescod and Hazel Waters, was published by IRR as Race and Class 41, no. 1 (July 1999) and no. 2 (December 1999).

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Against the Odds *
  • Introduction - Moving the Race Mountain 1
  • Notes *
  • References *
  • 1 - A World Libertarian 20
  • 2 - Portrait of a Liberation Scholar 27
  • 3 - A Lifetime of Inquiry 41
  • 4 - The Career of John Hope Franklin 63
  • 5 - The Work and Reflections of St. Clair Drake 86
  • 6 - Blending Scholarship with Public Service 111
  • Notes 122
  • References and Further Reading *
  • 7 - Some Personal Reflections of Hylan Lewis 123
  • 8 - An Architect of Social Change 147
  • Notes 156
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  • 9 - The Person, Scholar, and Activist 158
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  • 10 - Vindication in Speaking Truth to Power 193
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  • 11 - A. Sivanandan as Activist, Teacher, and Rebel 227
  • References 242
  • Conclusion - Of Jim Crow Old and New 243
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