To turn the whole world over : Black women and internationalism /

To Turn the Whole World Over: Black Women's Internationalism in Historical Perspective represents the first scholarly attempt to assemble the most recent works on black women's internationalism during the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It highlights the range and complexity of bl...

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Other Authors: Blain, Keisha N., 1985- (Editor), Gill, Tiffany M. (Editor), West, Michael O. (Michael Oliver) (writer of afterword.)
Format: Book
Published: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, [2019]
Series:Black internationalism
Table of Contents:
  • "We are Negroes!" : the Haitian Zambo, racial spectacle, and the performance of black women's internationalism, 1863-1877 / Brandon R. Byrd
  • Feminist networks and diasporic practices : Eslanda Robeson's travels in Africa / Annette K. Joseph-Gabriel
  • Black women's internationalism and the Chicago defender during the "golden age of Haitian tourism" / Kim Gallon
  • "Distant ties" : May Ayim's transnational solidarity and activism / Tiffany N. Florvil
  • Thyra Edwards's Spanish civil war scrapbook : Black women's internationalist writing / Anne Donlon
  • "They will all be my color" : Nina Mae McKinney and black internationalism in 1930s Australia / Nicole Anae
  • Stitched networks : Liberian quilters, transatlantic diplomacy, and community / Stephanie Beck Cohen
  • "Confraternity among all dark races" : Mittie Maude Lena Gordon and the practice of black (inter)nationalism in Chicago, 1932-1942 / Keisha N. Blain
  • "United, we build a free world" : the internationalism of Mary McLeod Bethune and the National Council of Negro Women / Grace V. Leslie
  • "What that meant to me" : SNCC women, the 1964 Guinea trip, and black internationalism / Julia Erin Wood
  • "A common rallying call" : Vicki Garvin in China and the making of US Third World solidarity politics / Dayo F. Gore
  • Quilting the black-eyed pea / Michael O. West.