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Authors: Gary L. Lemons (Department of English, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA) 
Book Description:
Caught in the Spirit! Teaching for Womanist Liberation promotes the author's work in the college classroom as a black male professor of womanism. First and foremost, this book illustrates the self-transformative power of Alice Walker’s concept of a “womanist." Caught Up in the Spirit! also foregrounds powerful writings by students who have studied African American literature with the author.

Today, Alice Walker and bell hooks, among other leading gender progressive black women and women of color, have conceptualized an inclusive vision of feminism that is open to all people.

As a pedagogical case study documenting students' work across differences of race, gender, class, sexuality, and nation-state to embrace womanism through strategic dialogue, the author aims to show:

1) That the African American struggle for racial equality must be inextricably linked to the eradication of patriarchal, sexist, classist, and homophobic notions of black identity; and
2) that black feminist intersectional theory offers all students (of color as well as white students) a liberatory experience of pro-feminist, womanist black female and male authors writing to call out and stand against all forms of oppression and domination. (Imprint: Nova)

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Table of Contents:
Acknowledgements

Preface

Introduction. In the Spirit of Zora—Traveling with the “Eternal Feminine”

Chapter 1. Returning to the Margin—Changed

Chapter 2. African American Literature: Like a Bridge over Troubled Water

Part I - Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes: Envisioning the (New) “Negro Artist”

Chapter 3. Striking Down Colorism in Color Struck: A Play in Four Scenes

Chapter 4. We are Not Tragically Colored

Chapter 5. Langston Hughes Writing about the “The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain”

Chapter 6. Transgressing Boundaries of White Male Power in The Ways of White Folks

Part II - Blackness from the Inside Out

Chapter 7. Seeing “Women Loving Women”

Chapter 8. “What If Mama finds out?” Entering a Life-Changing Place of Self-Liberation

Chapter 9. When “Nobody was Lesbian, Nobody was Feminist, Nobody was Gay”

Part III - "Still Children of the Night": Survivors against the Odds

Chapter 10. Black Boys’ Lives Still Matter: In Search of a Loving Father

Chapter 11. “Spilled Salt” on a Black Mother’s Table and the Struggle for Maternal Survival

Chapter 12. No Shame: Recovering Our Mother’s Way(s) of Being

Chapter 13. Getting to the Heart of the Lessons: Black Women Teaching “Other” Ways of Loving

Epilogue: Continuing to Teach in the Image of "An Alternative Black Man"

References

Author Contact Information

Index

   Series:
      Women's Issues
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2017 - 2nd Quarter
   Pages: 7x10 - (NBC-C)
   ISBN: 978-1-53611-817-9
   Status: AV
  
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AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
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