RACE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY LITERATURE & CULTURE attends to the racial and imperial logics that structured the conceptual and material worlds from which literatures of the long nineteenth century emerged. While centered on literatures and cultures of the late-Enlightenment, Romantic, and Victorian eras the series pays particular attention to the durability of long nineteenth-century racial and imperial formations in the contemporary moment. Titles included proceed from the conviction that understanding this key moment in the history of race and empire enables us to imagine revolutionary alternatives to the structures we have inherited from the nineteenth century.
MANU SAMRITI CHANDER, (Rutgers University-Newark)
PATRICIA A. MATTHEW, (Montclair State University)
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