- Openings -- The Illumination of Blackness / Charles W. Mills -- Afropessimism and the Ruse of Analogy: Violence, Freedom Struggles, and the Death of Black Desire / Frank B. Wilderson III -- Afro-feminism before Afropessimism: Meditations on Gender and Ontology / Iyko Day -- Toward a General Theory of Antiblackness / Anthony Paul Farley -- Groundings -- Limited Growth: U.S. Settler Slavery, Colonial India, and Global Rice Markets in the MidNineteenth Century / Zach Sell -- The Reproduction of Black Culpability / Sarah Haley -- "Not to Be Slaves of Others": Antiblackness in Precolonial Korea / Jae Kyun Kim and Moon-Kie Jung -- Captivities -- "Mass Incarceration" as Misnomer: Chattel/Domestic War and the Problem of Narrativity / Dylan Rodríguez -- The Coextensive Logics of Gendered Antiblackness and British Political Liberalism / Mohan Ambikaipaker -- In and against Captivity: Black Girls and School Discipline Policies in the Afterlife of Slavery / Connie Wun -- Presidential Powers in the Captive Maternal Lives of Sally, Michelle, and Deborah / Joy James -- Unsettlings -- On the Illegibility of French Antiblackness: Notes from an African American Critic / Crystal M. Fleming -- Latino Antiblack Bias and the Census Categorization of Latinos: Race, Ethnicity, or Other? / Tanya Katerí Hernández -- Antiblackness and the Womb of Zionist Settler Colonialism: Notes on Palestine's "Captive Maternal" / Sarah Ihmoud -- Not Yet: Indigeneity, Antiblackness, and Anticolonial Liberation / Jodi A. Byr.
- "Drawing on Black feminism, Afro-pessimism, and critical race theory, the contributors to Antiblackness trace the forms of antiblackness across time and space, showing how the dehumanization of Black people has been foundational to the establishment of modernity."--
- 9781478013167 and 1478013168
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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