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We Are Everywhere

Above is a template for brief reviews used by the Virginia Quarterly Review in the old days, this one dated 6/19/79, when I, in response to a review copy of a book the VQR sent me, turned in this small … Continue reading

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Stranger in the Village: Style and Rage

I, like many others, believe that James Baldwin’s “Stranger in the Village” is the greatest essay ever written in English.  It’s scope, for one, is titanic.  It moves from a story of one black man’s experiences in a Swiss village … Continue reading

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Code Switch: Students’ Choice

National Public Radio presents several shows and podcasts of immense help in understanding issues of race, ethnicity, culture and identity, among the best being CODE SWITCH: Race and Identity Remixed.  This summer a dozen graduate students in my course Race, … Continue reading

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