Hardcover in Fine condition. Issued without a dust jacket. 184 pages, illustrated. Still sealed in publisher's original shrinkwrap.
Content includes: Literary justifications of slavery, Musgrave, Marian E. pp. 3-21 African nature and German culture: colonial women writers on Africa, Sadji, Amadou Booker pp. 22-34 Black sexuality and modern consciousness, Gilman, Sander L. pp. 35-53 Two "African travelers" from Germany: Leo Frobenius and Janheinz Jahn, Makward, Edris pp. 54-64 Artificial atavism: German expressionism and blacks, Hermand, Jost pp. 65-86 Them in our literature and we in theirs: geo-thematics reconsidered and revised, Gugelberger, Georg M., 1941- pp. 87-112 Blacks in Germany and German blacks: a little-known aspect of black history, Lester, Rosemarie K. pp. 113-134 "The theater of the white revolution is over": the third world in the works of Peter Weiss and Heiner Müller, Bathrick, David pp. 135-149 Germans, blacks, and Jews; or is there a German blackness of its own?, Grimm, Reinhold pp. 150-184 ff.