With the appearance of the urban, modern, diverse "New Negro" in
the Harlem Renaissance, writers and critics began a vibrant debate
on the nature of African-American identity, community, and history.
Nadell offers an illuminating new perspective on the period and the
decades immediately following it in a fascinating exploration of
the neglected role played by visual images of race in that debate.
Harvard University Press
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Martha Jane Nadell
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