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by Valerie Kinloch,Margret Grebowicz


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Still Seeking an Attitude. has been added to your Cart. Despite her tragic premature death, June Jordan remains an essential American writer, ludic and transgressive, whose work rescues the idea and ideals of American culture from their current debasement in government

Still Seeking an Attitude. Despite her tragic premature death, June Jordan remains an essential American writer, ludic and transgressive, whose work rescues the idea and ideals of American culture from their current debasement in government. Her poems and essays continue to spark delight, rage, and an energy which. is in itself an act of resistance.

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Still Seeking an Attitude book. From her activism to her passionate writings, June Jordan (1936. In Still Seeking an Attitude, the first reflection on her legacy, Jordan's life and works are explored in depth and detail, From her activism to her passionate writings, June Jordan (1936 - 2002) is one of the most revered American poets of our time. Jordan's writing simultaneously provokes delight and energy while urging reflection on American society and its injustices.

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Papers are sought that critically examine the writings of political and social activist, educator, and author June Jordan. The anthology will offer critical essays, literary criticism, poetry, and comparative studies on Jordan's writings. Broadly conceived, this collection will articulate and explore June Jordan's creative, political, and philosophical contributions to the global landscape of class, race, and gender issues.

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Still Seeking an Attitude: Critical Reflections on the Work of June Jordan. Ed. Valerie Kinloch and Margret Grebowicz. Discovering Place – A UCCS Field Guide. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2004, 189-208. Non-Refereed Publications. Audre Lorde: ‘Outsider Within’ the Inner City.

The book provides an occasion for the writers to reflect on their Chicago experiences and on ideas about education in. .

The book provides an occasion for the writers to reflect on their Chicago experiences and on ideas about education in general. Библиографические данные.

In V. Kinloch, & M. Grebowicz (Ed., Still Seeking an Attitude: Critical Reflections on the Work of June Jordan (pp. 15-31). Oxford: Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. Professor Nicky Marsh Faculty of Arts and Humanities University of Southampton Avenue Campus Highfield Southampton SO17 1BF United Kingdom.

From her activism to her passionate writings, June Jordan (1936 - 2002) is one of the most revered American poets of our time. Jordan's writing simultaneously provokes delight and energy while urging reflection on American society and its injustices. In Still Seeking an Attitude, the first reflection on her legacy, Jordan's life and works are explored in depth and detail, focusing on subjects ranging from her use of language and linguistics to her political activism and role in children's literature. These critical examinations elucidate the power and poetry of Jordan's words, serving as an exciting supplement for those already familiar with Jordan and an excellent guide for anyone discovering her works for the first time.
Still Seeking an Attitude: Critical Reflections on the Work of June Jordan download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Valerie Kinloch,Margret Grebowicz
ISBN: 0739112805
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Lexington Books (August 29, 2005)
Pages: 294 pages