Social justice and American literature / editors, Robert C. Hauhart & Jeff Birkenstein, Saint Martin's University, Lacey, Washington
- Critical insights
- About this volume / Robert C. Hauhart & Jeff Birkenstein -- On social justice in American literature / Robert C. Hauhart & Jeff Birkenstein -- Identities without borders : June Jordan, Audre Lorde, Alice Walker, and the legacy of post-civil rights black feminism / David M. Jones -- Stories of place : Appalachian literature as locus of environmental and social justice / Katherine E. Ledford -- Embattled terrains : the body as the site of social (in)justice in American literature / Ann M. Ciasullo -- Chester Hime's dilemma / Kimberly Drake -- "This is the way that I am" : early indigenous American women's literature / Tabitha A. Morgan -- Port of entry : hidden correspondence by Frederick Douglass to Anna Murray (Douglass) / Katherine Cottle -- Social justice and nineteenth-century realism : William Dean Howells's "A Hazard of new fortunes, " / Todd Barosky -- From fugitive slave to Harlem housewife : the "tragic mulatto" in American literature / Cynthia Cravens -- Privilege on the prairie : western expansion in the writings of Laura Ingalls Wilder and Louise Erdrich / Mária I. Cipriani -- "It gets better" : a short history of feminism, body policing, and women's suicide / Erin Mavis Guydish -- Liberation from family, class, race, culture, and tribe in early Philip Roth / Robert C. Hauhart & Alyssa M. Slate -- The social justice-legal justice cleavage in modern American literature / Almas Khan -- Developing morality by exploring social justice in the works of Walter Dean Myers / Sarah Minslow -- Grand narratives of social justice in Chang-Rae Lee's "Native speaker" and Colson Whitehead's "The intuitionist" / Peter Sloane -- Margaret Atwood and women's dystopic fiction / Jeff Birkenstein & Ericka Manthey.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Source of Acquisition:
- Purchased with funds from the Paterno Libraries Endowment (Campus College Libraries); 2017
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