A series of dialogues between and interviews with two of the foremost black intellectuals in America todayA series of dialogues between and interviews with two of the foremost black intellectuals in America todayRead Less
Very Good- Back cover has a 5" crease, plus some very minor creases, front cover's top fore corner is creased, else binding is clean and sound, with very minor edge wear. Top fore corner of the first several pages are lightly bent, one undogged page, else contents are clean and unmarked.; Colorful cover is about the weight of posterboard. PAPER COVERS. Bibliography. SOCIOLOGY. Hooks and West grapple with the dilemmas, contradictions, and joys of Black intellectual life. Creating a spiritual, progressive, feminist, and ultimately organic definition of Black intellectuality, they passionately discuss issues ranging in subject matter from theology and the Left, to contemporary music, film, and fashion. They call out for greater polliticization and critical engagement in the process of transforming contemporary culture and politics.; 8-1/2"; 174 pages.
INSCRIBED by Author South End Press, 1991; INSCRIBED by Bell Hooks; softcover, tight binding; no notes, underlining, etc.; both front and rear cover corner tips and those of nearest pages are gently worn and bent.
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