The July 2013 issue of Race & Class is a special issue: Black History – Black Politics.
Jonathan Fenderson critiques a trend in US scholarship that is attempting to gentrify studies on the Black Power Movement, revising Black history in order to make it palatable for a liberal audience.
- Towards the gentrification of Black Power(?) by Jonathan Fenderson
- Caribbean labour politics in the age of Garvey, 1918-1938 by Adam Ewing
- Excellence in the ordinary: the poetry of Peter Blackman by Chris Searle
- Detroit’s idle: the domestic sounds of labour’s foreign landscape by Shana L. Redmond
- Sweden: when hate becomes the norm by Katrina Hirvonen
- ‘May we bring harmony’? Thatcher’s legacy on race by Jenny Bourne
- The British counter-insurgency myth by John Newsinger
- The Migration Apparatus: security, labor, and policymaking in the European Union reviewed by Frances Webber
- Bloody Nasty People: the rise of Britain’s far right reviewed by Ryan Erfani-Ghettani
- Cruel Brittania: a secret history of torture reviewed by Saleh Mamon
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