CR: The New Centennial Review 16, no. 2 cover
CR: The New Centennial Review 16, no. 2
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Editor's Note

Special Section: James Baldwin’s Lives
Grant Farred, "Baldwin in Britain"
Michele Elam, "Baldwin’s Boys"
Emily J. Lordi, "James Baldwin and The Sound of Soul"
Magdalena J. Zaborowska, "Being James Baldwin, or Everything Is Personal"
Marisa Parham, "17, or, Tough, Dark, Vulnerable, Moody"
John E. Drabinski, "Baldwin’s Three Africans"
Terrion L. Williamson, "Bla(n)ckness and the Illogics of Black Teenage Motherhood"
Ashon Crawley, "That There Might Be Black Thought: Nothing Music and the Hammond B-3"
Ricardo A. Wilson II, "In the Blind: Alfonso Cuarón and the Question of Futurity"
Jack Taylor, "The Political Subjection of Bigger Thomas: The Gaze, Biopolitics, and The Court of Law in Richard Wright’s Native Son"
J. Kameron Carter and Sarah Jane Cervenak, "Black Ether"
Publication Date: April 20th, 2018
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