The Cambridge Companion to Malcolm X by Robert E. TerrillThe Cambridge Companion to Malcolm X by Robert E. Terrill

The Cambridge Companion to Malcolm X

EditorRobert E. Terrill

Paperback | May 10, 2010

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Malcolm X is one of the most important figures in the twentieth-century struggle for equality in America. With the passing of time, and changing attitudes to race and religion in American society, the significance of a public figure like Malcolm X continues to evolve and to challenge. This Companion presents new perspectives on Malcolm X's life and legacy in a series of specially commissioned essays by prominent scholars from a range of disciplines. As a result, this is an unusually rich analysis of this important African American leader, orator, and cultural icon. Intended as a source of information on his life, career and influence and as an innovative substantive scholarly contribution in its own right, the book also includes an introduction, a chronology of the life of Malcolm X, and a select bibliography.
Title:The Cambridge Companion to Malcolm XFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 8.98 × 5.98 × 0.51 inPublished:May 10, 2010Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521731577

ISBN - 13:9780521731577

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Table of Contents

Chronology; Introduction Robert E. Terrill; 1. Malcolm X and Elijah Muhammad Claude Clegg; 2. Autobiography and identity: Malcolm X as author and hero Alex Gillespie; 3. Bringing Malcolm X to Hollywood Brian Norman; 4. Malcolm X and black masculinity in process Jeffrey B. Leak; 5. Womanizing Malcolm X Sheila Radford-Hill; 6. Malcolm X and the black arts movement James Smethurst; 7. Malcolm X and African American conservatism Angela D. Dillard; 8. Malcolm X and youth culture Richard Brent Turner; 9. Homo Rhetoricus AfroAmericanus: Malcolm X and the rhetorical ideal of life Mark Lawrence McPhail; 10. Judgment and critique in the rhetoric of Malcolm X Robert E. Terrill; 11. Nightmarish landscapes: geography and the dystopian writings of Malcolm X James Tyner; 12. Afrocentricity and Malcolm X Molefi Kete Asante; 13. Malcolm X in global perspective Kevin Gaines; 14. The legacy of Malcolm X William W. Sales, Jr; Guide to further reading; Index.