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The racial imaginary : writers on race in the life of the mind /

eds. Claudia Rankine, Beth Loffreda, and Max King Cap.

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Names: Rankine, Claudia, | Loffreda, Beth, | Cap, Max King,
Published: Albany, NY : Fence Books, [2015]
Topics: Race in literature. | Race relations in literature. | American literature - African American authors - History and criticism. | Poetry - Black authors - History and criticism. | African Americans in literature. | Poetics. | Identity politics.
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245 04|aThe racial imaginary :|bwriters on race in the life of the mind /|ceds. Claudia Rankine, Beth Loffreda, and Max King Cap.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
505 00|tPray (detail) /|rKate Clark --|gIntroduction /|rBeth Loffreda and Claudia Rankine --|tFloating currency /|rMax King Cap --|gfrom|tPolitical theatre /|rMark Peterson --|tChinoiserie /|rKyungmi Shin --|tThe Wogs /|r(texist) --|tThis is an imaginary border /|rEJ Hill --|tInstitutions.|tFlibbertigibbet in a white room/Competencies /|rSimone White --|tWhat do we see? What do we not see? /|rAri Banias --|tWhat we could do with writing /|rCasey Llewellyn --|tRace, feminism, and creative spaces /|rMaryam Afaq --|tStatement of purpose /|rJennifer Chang --|tTo whom it may concern /|rJess Row --|tOpen letter /|rCharlie Bernstein --|tQueen /|rWendy Ewald --|tI am not a man /|rDread Scott --|tTony & Everett /|rJohn Lucas --|tThe mask of the shoeshiner /|rEdgar Endress --|tSteve's bris /|rJay Wolke --|tMimic /|rJeff Wall --|tLives.|tHow do we invent language of racial identity--that is not necessarily constructing the "scene of instruction" about race but create the linguistic material of racial speech/thought? /|rRonaldo V. Wilson --|tResponse to call for writing about writing about race /|rArielle Greenberg --|tIf I tell these stories: notes on racism and the white imaginary /|rHelen Klonaris --|tOpen letter /|rIsaac Myers, III --|tOf whiteness, Obama, and the so-called postracial /|rTess Taylor --|tIntroduction /|rZhou Xiaojing --|tOpposite 3 (Left) ;|tOpposite 2 (Right) /|rAlice Shaw --|tFade away /|rNery Gabriel Lemus --|tSan Francisco Historical Monument 1848-2 /|rJohn Jota Leaños --|gfrom|tActs of charity /|rMark Peterson --|tTorah reading-B'nai Zaken Ethiopian congregation /|rJay Wolke --
505 00|tReadings.|t"There are no rats": some figuring on race /|rJoshua Weiner --|tFrom circumstance to constellation: Richard Pryor, resistance, and the racial imaginary's archive /|rFarid Matuk --|tOpen letter /|rA. Van Jordan --|tOpen letter /|rDan Beachy-Quick --|tSigning and resigning /|rJames Allen Hall --|tRacing Stein: what is seen and unseen in taking a hero out for a reread /|rJill Magi --|tExempt, implicated /|rRachel Zucker --|tAnd here he comes smiling intending no harm: a poetics of invisible /|rFrancisco Aragón --|tOnce upon a time in a land far far away /|rCharles McGill --|tI once knew a Latino /|rNery Gabriel Lemus --|tLooking for the birds /|rAmitis Motevalli --|tStreet photography /|rEdgar Endress --|tCritiques.|tOpen letter 11 March 2011 /|rKasey Johnson --|tFeeling colored /|rDiane Exavier --|tOpen letter /|rBeth Loffreda --|tOpen letter /|rSoraya Membreno --|tTrespasses /|rLacy M. Johnson --|tOpen letter /|rEvie Shockley --|t1987 Trabantamino 607 Deluxe /|rLiz Cohen --|tWhite people are a desalination plant in Puerto Rico /|rWilliam Pope.L --|tThe last centerfold /|rAmitis Motevalli --|tBlack Power helmet /|rIan Weaver --|tLowrider builder and child /|rLiz Cohen --|tShaman 33 /|rTodd Gray --|tPoetics.|tLove the masters /|rJericho Brown --|tAn abridged version|rReginald Dwayne Betts --|tOpen letter /|rIra Sadoff --|tSchizophrene: texture notes /|rBhanu Kapil --|tE-racing lingo ... /|rTracie Morris --|tA slanty kind of racial(ized) poetics /|rTamiko Beyer --|tOn politics and art, the writer in society /|rJane Lazarre --|t"Negroes make me hungry"--some notes on race /|rR. Erica Doyle --|tOpen letter /|rSandra Lim --|tOpen letter /|rHossannah Asuncion --|tRace and erasure /|rCaitie Moore --|tOpen letter /|rKristin Palm --|tOpen letter /|rDanielle Pafunda --|tWriting about race /|rBettina Judd --|tWho's watching anymore, anyway? /|rDawn Lundy Martin --|tTomoko as octopus /|rJeremiah Barber.
520 |a"To think of creativity in terms of transcendence is itself specific and partial--a lovely dream perhaps, but an inhuman one. "It is not only white writers who make a prize of transcendence, of course. Many writers of all backgrounds see the imagination as a historical, as a generative place where race doesn't and shouldn't enter, a place of bodies that transcend the legislative, the economic--in other words, transcend the stuff that doesn't lend itself much poetry. In this view the imagination is postracial, a posthistorical and postpolitical utopia. . . . To bring up race for these writers is to inch close to the anxious space of affirmative action, the scarring qualifieds. "So everyone is here."--Claudia Rankine and Beth Loffreda, from the introduction In 2011, a poem published in a national magazine by a popular white male poet made use of a black female body. A conversation ensued, and ended. Claudia Rankine subsequently created Open Letter, a web forum for writers to relate the effects and affects of racial difference and to explore art's failure, thus far, to adequately imagine"--Provided by publisher.
650 0|aRace in literature.
650 0|aRace relations in literature.
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