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Writing Black Scotland: Race, Nation and the Devolution of Black Britain

Authors and Corporations: Jackson, Joseph H. (Author)
Title: Writing Black Scotland: Race, Nation and the Devolution of Black Britain/ Joseph H. Jackson
Title Note: Frontmatter
Contents
Acknowledgements
Series Editors’ Preface
On Blackness and Makars: What is a Black Scotland?
Chapter 1 The Britishness of Black Britain
Chapter 2 ‘You Got a White Voice’: Blackness in Devolutionary Scotland
Chapter 3 The Black Jacobeans: Jackie Kay’s Trumpet
Chapter 4 White Ethnographies: Luke Sutherland’s Jelly Roll
Chapter 5 Mad as a Nation: Suhayl Saadi’s Psychoraag
Conclusion: Anchoring in 2020
Bibliography
Index
Language: English
published:
Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press [2022]
©2020
Series: Engagements with Modern Scottish Culture
Notes: In English
Item Description: 1 Online-Ressource (216 p.)
ISBN: 9781474461467
DOI: 10.1515/9781474461467
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contents Frontmatter, Contents, Acknowledgements, Series Editors’ Preface, On Blackness and Makars: What is a Black Scotland?, Chapter 1 The Britishness of Black Britain, Chapter 2 ‘You Got a White Voice’: Blackness in Devolutionary Scotland, Chapter 3 The Black Jacobeans: Jackie Kay’s Trumpet, Chapter 4 White Ethnographies: Luke Sutherland’s Jelly Roll, Chapter 5 Mad as a Nation: Suhayl Saadi’s Psychoraag, Conclusion: Anchoring in 2020, Bibliography, Index, A critical approach to blackness in devolutionary Scottish writing New readings of contemporary Scottish writing with a particular focus on race and racismA critical approach to blackness in devolutionary Scottish writingAnalysis of the implications of ‘black Scotland’ for the larger formation of ‘black Britain’Writing Black Scotland examines race and racism in devolutionary Scottish literature, with a focus on the critical significance of blackness. The book reads blackness in Scottish writing from the 1970s to the early 2000s, a period of history defined by post-imperial adjustment. Critiquing a unifying Britishness at work in black British criticism, Jackson argues for the importance of black politics in Scottish writing, and for a literary registration of race and racism which signals a necessary negotiation for national Scotland both before and after 1997
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spellingShingle Jackson, Joseph H., Writing Black Scotland: Race, Nation and the Devolution of Black Britain, Frontmatter, Contents, Acknowledgements, Series Editors’ Preface, On Blackness and Makars: What is a Black Scotland?, Chapter 1 The Britishness of Black Britain, Chapter 2 ‘You Got a White Voice’: Blackness in Devolutionary Scotland, Chapter 3 The Black Jacobeans: Jackie Kay’s Trumpet, Chapter 4 White Ethnographies: Luke Sutherland’s Jelly Roll, Chapter 5 Mad as a Nation: Suhayl Saadi’s Psychoraag, Conclusion: Anchoring in 2020, Bibliography, Index, A critical approach to blackness in devolutionary Scottish writing New readings of contemporary Scottish writing with a particular focus on race and racismA critical approach to blackness in devolutionary Scottish writingAnalysis of the implications of ‘black Scotland’ for the larger formation of ‘black Britain’Writing Black Scotland examines race and racism in devolutionary Scottish literature, with a focus on the critical significance of blackness. The book reads blackness in Scottish writing from the 1970s to the early 2000s, a period of history defined by post-imperial adjustment. Critiquing a unifying Britishness at work in black British criticism, Jackson argues for the importance of black politics in Scottish writing, and for a literary registration of race and racism which signals a necessary negotiation for national Scotland both before and after 1997, Black people in literature, Black people Scotland Social conditions, English literature Black authors History and criticism, English literature Scottish authors History and criticism, English literature 20th century History and criticism, Literary Studies, LITERARY CRITICISM / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
title Writing Black Scotland: Race, Nation and the Devolution of Black Britain
title_alt Frontmatter, Contents, Acknowledgements, Series Editors’ Preface, On Blackness and Makars: What is a Black Scotland?, Chapter 1 The Britishness of Black Britain, Chapter 2 ‘You Got a White Voice’: Blackness in Devolutionary Scotland, Chapter 3 The Black Jacobeans: Jackie Kay’s Trumpet, Chapter 4 White Ethnographies: Luke Sutherland’s Jelly Roll, Chapter 5 Mad as a Nation: Suhayl Saadi’s Psychoraag, Conclusion: Anchoring in 2020, Bibliography, Index
title_auth Writing Black Scotland Race, Nation and the Devolution of Black Britain
title_full Writing Black Scotland Race, Nation and the Devolution of Black Britain Joseph H. Jackson
title_fullStr Writing Black Scotland Race, Nation and the Devolution of Black Britain Joseph H. Jackson
title_full_unstemmed Writing Black Scotland Race, Nation and the Devolution of Black Britain Joseph H. Jackson
title_short Writing Black Scotland
title_sort writing black scotland race, nation and the devolution of black britain
title_sub Race, Nation and the Devolution of Black Britain
title_unstemmed Writing Black Scotland: Race, Nation and the Devolution of Black Britain
topic Black people in literature, Black people Scotland Social conditions, English literature Black authors History and criticism, English literature Scottish authors History and criticism, English literature 20th century History and criticism, Literary Studies, LITERARY CRITICISM / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
topic_facet Black people in literature, Black people, English literature, Literary Studies, LITERARY CRITICISM / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Social conditions, Black authors, History and criticism, Scottish authors
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