1. The Force of Black and White: James Baldwin’s Reflections in/on his Early Experience of Film
  2. Ian Balfour
  3. pp. 180-202
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  1. Vernaculars of Home
  2. John E. Drabinski
  3. pp. 203-226
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  1. What Should Blacks Think When Jews Choose Whiteness?: An Ode to Baldwin
  2. Jane Anna Gordon
  3. pp. 227-258
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  1. The Terror of Being Destroyed
  2. Jonathan Eburne
  3. pp. 259-283
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  1. Love Is Asymmetrical: James Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time
  2. Grant Farred
  3. pp. 284-304
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  1. The Myth of the White Minority
  2. Andrew J. Pierce
  3. pp. 305-323
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  1. Rawlsian Affirmative Action: A Reply to Robert Taylor
  2. D. C. Matthew
  3. pp. 324-343
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  1. Deleuze and Race by Arun Saldanha and Jason Michael Adams (review)
  2. Ayesha Abdullah
  3. pp. 344-348
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  1. Living Alterities: Phenomenology, Embodiment, and Race ed. by Emily S. Lee (review)
  2. Sarah Teresa Travis
  3. pp. 349-351
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  1. Introduction: On Baldwin and Philosophy
  2. John E. Drabinski, Grant Farred
  3. pp. 175-179
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 352-354
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