As early as 1914, W. E. B. Du Bois was charting a search for Afro-Asian solidarity. In Afro-Orientalism, Bill Mullen traces revolutionary thought developed by African American and Asian American artists and intellectuals in response to Du Bois’s challenge. Mullen offers Afro-Orientalism as an antidote to narrow conceptions of ethnic studies, calling on scholars to reimagine their critical enterprises as politically interdependent._x000B_
Subjects: Language & Literature
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