Resistance reimagined : black women's critical thought as survival / Regis M. Fox.
- Gainesville, Florida : University Press of Florida, 2017.
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- African American women -- History.
African American women political activists -- History.
African American women civil rights workers -- History.
African Americans -- Civil rights -- History.
African American women -- Political activity -- History.
African Americans -- Social life and customs.
- Electronic books.
- The book analyzes black women's engagement with the liberal problematic--the gap between democratic promise and dispossession--as a form of resistance.
- Prologue: Naming black women's ideology critique
Introduction: Resistance and legitimacy
"They won't believe what i say": theorizing freedom as an economy of violence
The production of "emancipation": race, ritual, and the reconstitution of the antebellum order
"Wondering under which head i come": sounding Anna Julia Cooper's Fin-de-Siecle song
"Mammy ain't nobody name": Power, privilege and the bodying forth of resistance
Conclusion: Roll call.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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