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Product Description: The follow-up to the groundbreaking Black Queer Studies, the edited collection No Tea, No Shade brings together nineteen essays from the next generation of scholars, activists, and community leaders doing work on black gender and sexuality...read more
By E. Patrick Johnson (editor)

Hardcover:

9780822362227 | Duke Univ Pr, October 7, 2016, cover price $99.95 | About this edition: The follow-up to the groundbreaking Black Queer Studies, the edited collection No Tea, No Shade brings together nineteen essays from the next generation of scholars, activists, and community leaders doing work on black gender and sexuality.

Paperback:

9780822362425 | Reprint edition (Duke Univ Pr, October 7, 2016), cover price $28.95 | About this edition: The follow-up to the groundbreaking Black Queer Studies, the edited collection No Tea, No Shade brings together nineteen essays from the next generation of scholars, activists, and community leaders doing work on black gender and sexuality.

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By E. Patrick Johnson (foreword by)

Hardcover:

9780814794616, titled "The Delectable Negro: Human Consumption and Homoeroticism Within U.S. Slave Culture" | New York Univ Pr, June 27, 2014, cover price $79.00

Paperback:

9780814794623, titled "The Delectable Negro: Human Consumption and Homoeroticism Within U.S Slave Culture" | New York Univ Pr, June 27, 2014, cover price $27.00

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Product Description: The late Dwight Conquergood’s research has inspired an entire generation of scholars invested in performance as a meaningful paradigm to understand human interaction, especially between structures of power and the disenfranchised...read more
By E. Patrick Johnson (editor)

Hardcover:

9780472071951 | Univ of Michigan Pr, May 22, 2013, cover price $90.00 | About this edition: The late Dwight Conquergood’s research has inspired an entire generation of scholars invested in performance as a meaningful paradigm to understand human interaction, especially between structures of power and the disenfranchised.

Paperback:

9780472051953 | Univ of Michigan Pr, May 22, 2013, cover price $38.50 | About this edition: The late Dwight Conquergood’s research has inspired an entire generation of scholars invested in performance as a meaningful paradigm to understand human interaction, especially between structures of power and the disenfranchised.

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Giving voice to a population rarely acknowledged in writings about the South, Sweet Tea collects life stories from black gay men who were born, raised, and continue to live in the southern United States. E. Patrick Johnson challenges stereotypes of the South as "backward" or "repressive," suggesting that these men draw upon the performance of "southernness"—politeness, coded speech, and religiosity, for example—to legitimate themselves as members of both southern and black cultures. At the same time, Johnson argues, they deploy those same codes to establish and build friendship networks and to find sexual partners and life partners.Traveling to every southern state, Johnson conducted interviews with more than seventy black gay men between the ages of 19 and 93. The voices collected here dispute the idea that gay subcultures flourish primarily in northern, secular, urban areas. In addition to filling a gap in the sexual history of the South, Sweet Tea offers a window into the ways that black gay men negotiate their sexual and racial identities with their southern cultural and religious identities. The narratives also reveal how they build and maintain community in many spaces and activities, some of which may appear to be antigay. Ultimately, Sweet Tea validates the lives of these black gay men and reinforces the role of storytelling in both African American and southern cultures.

Hardcover:

9780807832097 | Univ of North Carolina Pr, September 15, 2008, cover price $39.95

Paperback:

9780807872260 | Reprint edition (Univ of North Carolina Pr, September 1, 2011), cover price $35.00

Miscellaneous:

9780807886861 | Univ of North Carolina Pr, September 15, 2008, cover price $18.00
9780807886878 | Univ of North Carolina Pr, September 15, 2008, cover price $18.00

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9780807886922 | Univ of North Carolina Pr, September 15, 2008, cover price $36.95 | About this edition: Giving voice to a population rarely acknowledged in writings about the South, Sweet Tea collects life stories from black gay men who were born, raised, and continue to live in the southern United States.
9780807886915 | Univ of North Carolina Pr, September 15, 2008, cover price $22.00 | About this edition: Giving voice to a population rarely acknowledged in writings about the South, Sweet Tea collects life stories from black gay men who were born, raised, and continue to live in the southern United States.

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Product Description: In From Bourgeois to Boojie: Black Middle-Class Performances, editor Vershawn Ashanti Young and assistant editor Bridget Harris Tsemo collect a diverse assortment of pieces that examine the generational shift in the perception of the black middle class, from the serious moniker of "bourgeois" to the more playful, sardonic "boojie...read more
By E. Patrick Johnson (foreword by), Bridget Harris Tsemo (editor) and Vershawn Ashanti Young (editor)

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9780814334683 | Wayne State Univ Pr, April 15, 2011, cover price $24.95 | About this edition: In From Bourgeois to Boojie: Black Middle-Class Performances, editor Vershawn Ashanti Young and assistant editor Bridget Harris Tsemo collect a diverse assortment of pieces that examine the generational shift in the perception of the black middle class, from the serious moniker of "bourgeois" to the more playful, sardonic "boojie.

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While over the past decade a number of scholars have done significant work on questions of black lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered identities, this volume is the first to collect this groundbreaking work and make black queer studies visible as a developing field of study in the United States. Bringing together essays by established and emergent scholars, this collection assesses the strengths and weaknesses of prior work on race and sexuality and highlights the theoretical and political issues at stake in the nascent field of black queer studies. Including work by scholars based in English, film studies, black studies, sociology, history, political science, legal studies, cultural studies, and performance studies, the volume showcases the broadly interdisciplinary nature of the black queer studies project.The contributors consider representations of the black queer body, black queer literature, the pedagogical implications of black queer studies, and the ways that gender and sexuality have been glossed over in black studies and race and class marginalized in queer studies. Whether exploring the closet as a racially loaded metaphor, arguing for the inclusion of diaspora studies in black queer studies, considering how the black lesbian voice that was so expressive in the 1970s and 1980s is all but inaudible today, or investigating how the social sciences have solidified racial and sexual exclusionary practices, these insightful essays signal an important and necessary expansion of queer studies.Contributors. Bryant K. Alexander, Devon Carbado, Faedra Chatard Carpenter, Keith Clark, Cathy Cohen, Roderick A. Ferguson, Jewelle Gomez, Phillip Brian Harper, Mae G. Henderson, Sharon P. Holland, E. Patrick Johnson, Kara Keeling, Dwight A. McBride, Charles I. Nero, Marlon B. Ross, Rinaldo Walcott, Maurice O. Wallace
By Mae G. Henderson (editor) and E. Patrick Johnson (editor)

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9780822336297 | Duke Univ Pr, October 14, 2005, cover price $94.95 | About this edition: While over the past decade a number of scholars have done significant work on questions of black lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered identities, this volume is the first to collect this groundbreaking work and make black queer studies visible as a developing field of study in the United States.

Paperback:

9780822336181 | Duke Univ Pr, October 30, 2005, cover price $26.95

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Product Description: Performance artist and scholar E. Patrick Johnson’s provocative study examines how blackness is appropriated and performed—toward widely divergent ends—both within and outside African American culture. Appropriating Blackness develops from the contention that blackness in the United States is necessarily a politicized identity—avowed and disavowed, attractive and repellent, fixed and malleable...read more

Hardcover:

9780822331544 | Duke Univ Pr, November 1, 2003, cover price $94.95 | About this edition: Performance artist and scholar E.

Paperback:

9780822331919 | Duke Univ Pr, November 1, 2003, cover price $26.95 | About this edition: Performance artist and scholar E.

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