Mercy, Mercy Me: African-American Culture and the American Sixties

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INDEX
Adorno, Theodor, 23–24
Africobra, 35, 182–183
Alabama A& M University, writers' conference
“The Negro Writer in Our Time,” 46
Algerian War, 79, 80–81, 98, 102, 107, 110
Front de Libération Nationale (FLN), 79–80, 81
Ali, Rashied, 143
Allen, Samuel, 12
Alston, Charles, 159, 166
Alvin Ailey Dance Company
Cry, 148
Amos, Emma, 166
AMSAC (American Society for African Culture), 35
Negro Writers Conference (1959), 79
Anderson, Marian, 21
Anderson, Sherwood, 99
Angelou, Maya, 12
antimodernism, 7, 8, 9, 10, 80, 84, 102, 226
Aptheker, Herbert, 205, 210, 211
Arendt, Hannah, 164
Armstrong, Louis, 128, 146
Art Ensemble of Chicago
“Great Black Music: Past to Present,” 116
Ashbery, John, 62
Asilomar Writers' Conference (August 1964)
“The Negro Writer in America,” 45
Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), 116
Auden, W. H., 48, 55, 68, 74
authenticity, 41–43, 53, 55
Autobiography of Malcolm X, The, 70
Ayler, Albert, 27, 117, 135, 143
Bachelard, Gaston, 163
Baha'ism, 16, 71–72
Bailey, Eugene, 159
Baker, Houston, 9, 75, 175
Baker, Josephine, 13, 20
Baldwin, James, 5, 6, 12–13, 18, 21–22, 43–46, 81–82, 98–99, 163, 210
Fire Next Time, The, 107
Go Tell It On the Mountain, 14, 81
Bandung Conference, 13, 31
Baraka, Amiri, 6, 28, 62, 77, 87–88, 95, 117, 148. See also Jones, LeRoi
Barth, John, 85
Lost in the Funhouse, 88
Barth, Karl, 107
Basie, Count, 146
Bearden, Bessie, 158
Bearden, Howard, 158
Bearden, Romare, 12, 31, 33, 37, 132, 151–186, 188, 200, 207
and abstract art, 15
“Afternoon Northbound, The,” 174
“Black Madonna and Child,” 176–177
“Blue Lady,” 152–153, 155
and Chinese landscape painting, 164
Cinque Gallery, 178–180, 182
“Daybreak Express,” 174
“The Dove,” 170–171
“Evening Train to Memphis,” 174
and G.I. Bill, 19, 163
Lament for Ignacio Sanchez Mejias, 163
and mental illness, 22, 128, 164
in Paris, 163
Passion of Christ, The, 163
“Passion of Christ, The” 161
“Patchwork Quilt,” 178
Prevalence of Ritual, The, 174
“Prevalence of Ritual: Baptism, The,” 171

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