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Title The Cambridge companion to Malcolm X / edited by Robert E. Terrill

Publ Info Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010
 CCRI-Warwick  BP223 .Z8 L57 2010    AVAILABLE
 RWU Main Library  BP223.Z8 L57 2010    AVAILABLE
 Salve Main Collection  BP223.Z8 L57 2010    AVAILABLE
 Wheaton Stacks  BP223.Z8 L57246 2010    AVAILABLE
1 copy ordered for CCRI-Warwick Orders on 06-15-2011.
Descript xiv, 194 pages ; 23 cm
text rdacontent
unmediated rdamedia
volume rdacarrier
Series Cambridge companions to American studies
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-190) and index
Contents Malcolm X and Elijah Muhammad / Claude Clegg -- Autobiography and identity : Malcolm X as author and hero / Alex Gillespie -- Bringing Malcolm X to Hollywood / Brian Norman -- Malcolm X and black masculinity in process / Jeffrey B. Leak -- Womanizing Malcolm X / Sheila Radford-Hill -- Malcolm X and the Black Arts Movement / James Smethurst -- Malcolm X and African American conservatism / Angela D. Dillard -- Malcolm X and youth culture / Richard Brent Turner -- Homo rhetoricus Afro-Americanus : Malcolm X and the "rhetorical ideal of life" / Mark Lawrence McPhail -- Judgment and critique in the rhetoric of Malcolm X / Robert E. Terrill -- Nightmarish landscapes : geography and the dystopian writings of Malcolm X / James Tyner -- Afrocentricity and Malcolm X / Molefi Kete Asante -- Malcolm X in global perspective / Kevin Gaines -- The legacy of Malcolm X / William W. Sales, Jr
Note Malcolm X is one of the most important figures in the twentieth-century struggles for racial equality in America. With the passing of time, and changing attitudes to race and religion in American society, the significance of a public figure llike Malcolm X continues to evolve and to challenge. This companion presents new perspectives on Malcolm X's life and legacy in a series of essays by scholars from a range of disciplines. It offers an analysis of this important African American leader, orator, and cultural icon. It is intended both as a guide to existing scholarship and as a substantive scholarly contribution in its own right
LC subject X, Malcolm, 1925-1965
African American Muslims -- Biography
Black Muslims -- Biography
Black nationalism -- United States
African Americans -- Biography
Add Author Terrill, Robert
Alt Title Malcolm X
ISBN 9780521731577 (pbk.)
9780521515900 (hrd.)
0521515904 (hrd.)