|aThe Black Arts Movement :|bliterary nationalism in the 1960s and 1970s /|cJames Edward Smethurst.
|aChapel Hill :|bUniversity of North Carolina Press,|c2005.
|axv, 471 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aThe John Hope Franklin series in African American history and culture
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -458) and index.
|aForeground and underground : the Left, nationalism, and the origins of the Black arts matrix -- Artists imagine the nation, the nation imagines art : the Black Arts Movement and popular culture, history, gender, performance, and textuality -- New York altar city : New York, the Northeast, and the development of Black arts cadres and ideologies -- Institutions for the people : Chicago, Detroit, and the Black Arts Movement in the Midwest -- Bandung world : the West Coast, the Black Arts Movement, and the development of revolutionary nationalism, cultural nationalism, third worldism, and multiculturalism -- Behold the land : regionalism, the Black nation, and the Black Arts Movement in the South.
|aAmerican literature|xAfrican American authors|xHistory and criticism.