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Editing the Harlem Renaissance / edited by Joshua M. Murray and Ross K. Tangedal.
Clemson : Clemson University Press, 2021.
xii, 299 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
African American authors
History and criticism
History and criticism
Murray, Joshua M.
Tangedal, Ross K., 1986-
African American literature series
"Editing the Harlem Renaissance foregrounds an exhaustive approach to editing and editorial issues, exploring not only those figures who edited in professional capacities, but also those authors who employed editorial practices during the writing process and those texts that have been discovered or edited by others following the Harlem Renaissance"-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Editing an Era. "The Renaissance Happened in (Some of) the Magazines" / John K. Young
"The Pawn's Gambit: Black Writers, White Patrons, and the Harlem Renaissance" / Adam Nemmers
"Clad in the Beautiful Dress One Expects: Editing and Curating the Harlem Renaissance Text" / Ross K. Tangedal
Writers, Editors, Readers. "The Two Gentlemen of Harlem: Wallace Thurman's Infants of the Spring, Richard Bruce Nugent's Gentleman Jigger, and Intellectual Property" / Darryl Dickson-Carr
"Editorial Collaboration and Creative Conflict in Outline for the Study of the Poetry of American Negroes" / Shawn Anthony Christian
"Jessie Fauset and Her Readership: The Social Role of The Brownies' Book" / Jayne E. Marek
"Pure Essence Without Pulp: Editing the Life of Langston Hughes" / Joshua M. Murray
Editorial Frameworks. "Desegregating the Digital Turn in American Literary History" / Korey Garibaldi
"(Re-)Framing Black Women's Liberation in the Classroom: Nella Larsen, Zora Neale Hurston, and Twenty-First Century Editorial Frameworks" / Emanuela Kucik
"Editing Edward Christopher Williams: From 'The Letters of Davy Carr' to When Washington Was in Vogue" Adam McKible
"Editing Claude McKay's Romance in Marseille: A Groundbreaking Harlem Renaissance Novel Emerges from the Archive" / Gary Edward Holcomb
Coda. "Editing as Infrastructural Care" / Brigitte Fielder and Jonathan Senchyne.
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