By Vivian M. May

ISBN-10: 0203941438

ISBN-13: 9780203941430

ISBN-10: 0415956420

ISBN-13: 9780415956420

ISBN-10: 0415956439

ISBN-13: 9780415956437

Vivian M. might explores the theoretical and political contributions of Anna Julia Cooper, a popular Black feminist pupil, educator and activist whose rules deserve way more consciousness than they've got acquired. Drawing on Africana and feminist thought, might locations Cooper's theorizing in its historic contexts and gives new how you can interpret the evolution of Cooper's visionary politics, subversive method, and defiant philosophical outlook. Rejecting notions that Cooper was once an elitist duped by means of dominant ideologies, may possibly contends that Cooper's ambiguity, code-switching, and irony may be understood as ideas of a thorough technique of dissent. may perhaps indicates how throughout six many years of labor, Cooper traced history's silences and delineated the workings of energy and inequality in an array of contexts, from technological know-how to literature, economics to pop culture, faith to the legislations, schooling to social paintings, and from the political to the private. might emphasizes that Cooper eschewed all varieties of mastery and referred to as for serious cognizance and collective motion at the a part of marginalized humans at domestic and out of the country. She concludes that during utilizing a border-crossing, intersectional strategy, Cooper effectively argues for theorizing from adventure, develops inclusive tools of liberation, and crafts a imaginative and prescient of a essentially egalitarian social imaginary.

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We should be careful not to gauge Cooper’s many friendships as inconsequential or her complex family life as lesser simply because they do not conform to conventional models of intimacy and kin — models that not only uphold marriage as the utmost human bond and blood offspring as the normative ideal, but also perpetuate a rather narrow, dualist distinction between public and private intimate relationships. , her active social life was interwoven with her extensive work as an educator, public intellectual, and activist: many of her relationships existed within a threshold space between public and private realms and were focused on simultaneous collective and individual self-realization.

Augustine’s, but she was clearly longing for more. indb 16 1/25/07 1:10:57 PM “A little more than ordinary interest in the underprivileged” • 17 inclusive liberal arts education, Cooper entered Oberlin in the fall of 1881 with a tuition scholarship, advanced placement for her extensive studies at St. 13 As at St. Augustine’s, Cooper enrolled in the “Gentleman’s Course” at Oberlin to earn a classical education on par with men (K. Johnson 15). , where Cooper would also later become principal. The next three African American women to graduate, Mary Eliza Church (Terrell), Ida A.

Yet the purpose behind attending to the lived conditions out of which Cooper’s work emerged is not merely a contextual one. Rather, the objective in reassessing her life story is better to comprehend Cooper as an historical agent who sought actively to “shape the historical conditions” she lived within through writing, teaching, and community work (Carby, Reconstructing 95). Like other African American women writers and activists in her time, Cooper sought to create “intellectual constituencies” (96) and to “court” newly imagined communities (Glass 23) so as to “bring into being the new world order [she] envisioned” (Foster 179).

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