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- DescriptionThe Black Pacific Narrative: Geographic Imaginings of Race and Empire between the World Wars chronicles the profound shift in geographic imaginings that occurred in African American culture as the United States evolved into a bioceanic global power. The author examines the narrative of the black Pacific the literary and cultural production of African American narratives in the face of America's efforts to internationalize the Pacific and to institute a Pacific Community, reflecting a vision of a hemispheric regional order initiated and led by the United States. The black Pacific was imagined in counterpoint to this regional order in the making, which would ultimately be challenged by the Pacific War. The principal subjects of study include such literary and cultural figures as James Weldon Johnson, George S. Schuyler, artists of the black Federal Theatre Project, Langston Hughes, W. E. B. Du Bois, and Walter White, all of whom afford significant points of entry to a critical understanding of the stakes of the black Pacific narrative. Adopting an approach that mixes the archival and the interpretive, the author seeks to recover the black Pacific produced by African American narratives, narratives that were significant eugh in their time to warrant surveillance and suspicion, and hence are significant eugh in our time to warrant scholarly attention and reappraisal. A compelling study that will appeal to a broad, international audience of students and scholars of American studies, African American studies, American literature, and imperialism and colonialism.
- Author BiographyETSUKO TAKETANI is a professor of American literature at the University of Tsukuba, Japan. She is the author of U.S. Women Writers and the Discourses of Colonialism, 1825 1861.
- Author(s)Etsuko Taketani
- PublisherUniversity Press of New England
- Date of Publication04/11/2014
- SubjectRegional History
- Place of PublicationHanover
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintDartmouth College Press
- Content Note10 illus.
- Weight399 g
- Width150 mm
- Height226 mm
- Spine20 mm
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