Professor Isabel Wilkerson interviewed by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. for the Du Bois Review - Isabel Wilkerson

October 18, 2010

Professor Isabel Wilkerson interviewed by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. for the Du Bois Review

W. E. B. Du Bois Institute, Hutchins Family Library, 104 Mount Auburn Street, 2R, Cambridge, MA 02138

Du Bois Review Vol. 7.2 -  Available November 2010

Du Bois Review 7.1

Featuring

A Conversation with Isabel Wilkerson on America’s Great Migration
Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

Linking Blackness or Ethnic Othering?: African Americans’ Diasporic Linked Fate with West Indian and African Peoples in the United States
Shayla C. Nunnally

Articulating a Politics of (Multiple) Identities: LGBT Sexuality and Inclusion in Black Community Life (available now through First View at Cambridge Journals Online)
Mignon R. Moore

Eccentric, Gifted, and Black: Thelonious Monk Revealed
Reviews by Ingrid Monson, John Gennari, and Travis Jackson of:
Robin Kelley, Monk: The Life and Times of an American Original

Plus:
Ngina Chiteji, Bryant Simon, James Rosbrook-Thompson, Gary Armstrong, Michael Jeffries, Karen M. Kaufmann, Clovis L. White

Isabel Wilkerson

Professor of Journalism and Director of Narrative Nonfiction at Boston University

Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

Alphonse Fletcher University Professor at Harvard University

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