Black Skin, Blue Books

African Americans and Wales, 1845-1945

by Daniel G. Williams (Author)

Description
Williams analyses and compares the ways in which African Americans and the Welsh have defined themselves as minorities within larger nation states (the UK and US). The study is grounded in examples of actual friendships and cultural exchanges between African Americans and the Welsh, such as Paul Robeson’s connections with the socialists of the Welsh mining communities, and novelist Ralph Ellison’s stories about his experiences as a GI stationed in wartime Swansea. This wide ranging book draws on literary, historical, visual and musical sources to open up new avenues of research in Welsh and African American studies.
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All ex GB, US, CA

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Bibliographic Information
  • Pub date: September 2012
  • English
  • 9780708319871 / 0708319874
  • United Kingdom
  • Paperback
  • Primary Price: 24.99 GBP
  • Pages: 432
  • University of Wales Press
  • Readership: College - higher education
  • Publish State: Published
  • Responsibility: Daniel Williams.
  • Page size: 22
  • Series: Writing Wales in English
  • Reference Code: BDZ0008006460