Obi B. Egbuna, C. L. R. James and the Birth of Black Power in Britain: Black Radicalism in Britain 1967â€“72
- Conclusion. // Caribbean: An Intellectual History;2004, p264
The article discusses the economic and political conditions in the Caribbean Area from 1774-2003. It examines the intellectual concepts embodied in the region's political theology from the Old Representative System context to the emergence of the African American nationalism. It also highlights...
- Thinking and acting dialectically: C.L.R. James, the American years. Boggs, Grace Lee // Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine;Oct93, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p38
Presents the text of activist and writer Grace Lee Boggs' speech at a conference on `C.L.R. James: The American Years' held at Brown University, Providence, Providence Rhode Island. Participation in the March on Washington Movement; James' concern with the nature of the Soviet Union; James'...
- C. L. R. James, Social Identity, and the Black Rebellion. Duran, Jane // Philosophia Africana;Mar2005, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1
Focuses on the career of C.L.R. James, a black American Marxist theorist. Importance of James' works for the social identity of blacks; James' stance on the situation of the Black American population during the latter part of his lifetime.
- THE CARIBBEAN, CRICKET AND C.L.R. JAMES. Beckles, Hilary McD. // NACLA Report on the Americas;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p19
Discusses the contributions of Trinidadian Marxist critic C.L.R. James to the Caribbean cricket culture. Social significance of cricket in the Caribbean; Views of James on the link between cricket and national consciousness; Effect of the political project of nation building on cricket culture;...
- C.L.R. James. McLemee, Scott // American Visions;Apr/May96, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p20
Profiles Cyril Lionel Robert James as a liberator of the black people from the apartheid system. Information on the books on politics written by James; Political organizations James joined; Books written by James about the game of cricket. INSET: A bookshelf on C.L.R. James..
- C.L.R. JAMES, VANITY FAIR AND THE AUDIENCE. Smith, Andrew // New Formations;Fall2011, Issue 73, p11
This essay considers what we can learn about the role of the audience or the reader from the work of C.L.R. James. Beginning with a brief consideration of James' theorisation of audiences, it moves on to discuss his own reading practice and, in particular, his relationship to Thackeray's Vanity...
- Cricket and Beyond: The Career of C. L. R. James . Anderson, Jervis // American Scholar;Summer85, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p345
Profiles C.L.R. James, a Trinidadian cricket player. Career accomplishments; Preface in James' book 'The Black Jacobians'; Other books written by James.
- The people, yes, or the people, no: Decisive moments in the work of James, Kincaid and Mais. Buckeye, Robert // Caribbean Studies;Jul-Dec94, Vol. 27 Issue 3/4, p412
Discusses the works of novelists C.L.R. James, Jamaica Kincaid and Roger Mais in regard to the relationship between the writer and the masses. Modernism's elitist and populist sides; West Indian life and culture in James' book `Minty Alley'; Kincaid's claim to identity in her book `At the...
- World Cup Cricket and Caribbean Aspirations: From Nello to Mello. Horne, John // NACLA Report on the Americas;Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p10
The article reviews the book "Beyond a Boundary," by C. L. R. James.