William Monroe Trotter Institute

The Study of Black Culture

Arts & Literature

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Publication Price Quantity
Making Greater Boston Greater," a report of a cultural convening held at the Strand Theater in Dorchester, May 2014.  Report by Barbara Lewis, Loreto Paz Ansaldo, and Pampi Das.  Report finalized, December, 2014. $5.00  
Black Expressive Art, Resistant Cultural Politics, and the (Re)Performance of Patriotism Occasional Paper No. 49
Deborah Elizabeth Whaley, 43 pp., 2003 
$10.00  
Lester Young: His Critics and Colleagues Occasional Paper No. 43 Douglas Henry Daniels, 18 pp., 1999, $5.00  
Criticism and Control: Art and African American Spaces -Occasional Paper No. 39 Rhett S. Jones, 12 pp., 1997, $ 5.00  
Michelle Cliff: Fragments for the Construction of Self, History and Her/Story - Research Report No. 34 David J. Labiosa, 20 pp., 1997 $ 6.00  
Race in Feminism: Critiques of Bodily Self-Determination in Ida B. Wells-Barnett and Research Report No. 32
Stephanie Athey, 40 pp., 1996
$ 8.00  
Black Women in Antebellum America: Active Agents in the Fight for Freedom - Occasional Paper No. 35
Sandra M. Grayson, 12 pp., 1996
$ 5.00  
Ana Lydia Vega: Linguistic Women and Another Counter-Assault or Can the Master(s) Hear?
Research Report No. 28
David J. Labiosa, 19 pp., 1996
$ 6.00  
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