Antiracist Medievalisms
Titel
Antiracist Medievalisms
Subtitel
From "Yellow Peril" to Black Lives Matter
Prijs
€ 89,00
ISBN
9781641893145
Uitvoering
Hardback
Aantal pagina's
156
Taal
Engels
Publicatiedatum
Afmetingen
15.6 x 23.4 cm
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Preface: Coalitions, Solidarities, and Acknowledgments
Introduction: Performing Medievalism, Crafting Identities
1. Progress: Racial Belonging, Medieval Masculinities, and the Ethnic Minority Bildungsroman
2. Plague: Toxic Chivalry, Chinatown Crusades, and Chinese/Jewish Solidarities
3. Place: Indefinite Detention and Forms of Resistance in Angel Island Poetry
4. Passing: Crossing Color Lines in the Short Fiction of Alice Dunbar-Nelson and Sui Sin Far
5. Play: Racial Recognition, Unsettling Poetics, and the Reinvention of Old English and Middle English Forms
6. Pilgrimage: Chaucerian Poets of Color in Motion
Further Readings and Resources
Bibliography
Index
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Recensies en Artikelen

"Makes the crucial move of tying medievalism studies readings to social and racial justice work explicitly [...] innovative and greatly needed in the field."
- Seeta Chaganti, author of Strange Footing

"A major accomplishment that belongs on the shelves of every person who believes in antiracism."
- Geraldine Heng, author of The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages

Jonathan Hsy

Antiracist Medievalisms

From "Yellow Peril" to Black Lives Matter

De onderstaande tekst is niet beschikbaar in het Nederlands en wordt in het Engels weergegeven.
How do marginalized communities across the globe use the medieval past to combat racism, educate the public, and create a just world? Jonathan Hsy advances urgent academic and public conversations about race and appropriations of the medieval past in popular culture and the arts.
Examining poetry, fiction, journalism, and performances, Hsy shows how cultural icons such as Frederick Douglass, Wong Chin Foo, Alice Dunbar-Nelson, and Sui Sin Far reinvented medieval traditions to promote social change. Contemporary Asian, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and multiracial artists embrace diverse pasts to build better futures.
Auteur

Jonathan Hsy

Jonathan Hsy is associate professor of English at George Washington University and co-director of Global Chaucers.