- Title Pages
- Introduction: New Negroes Forging a New World
- 1 “Brightest Africa” in theNew Negro Imagination
- 2 Cuban <i>Negrismo</i>, Mexican <i>Indigenismo</i>: Contesting Neocolonialism in the New Negro Movement
- 3 An International African Opinion: Amy Ashwood Garvey and C. L. R. James in Black Radical London
- 4 The New Negro’s Brown Brother: Black American and Filipino Boxers and the “Rising Tide of Color”
- 5 The New Negro of the Pacific: How African Americans Forged Solidarity with Japan
- 6 “A Small Man in Big Spaces”: The New Negro, the Mestizo, andJean Toomer’s Southwest
- 7 Making New Negroes in Cuba: Garveyism as a Transcultural Movement
- 8 Reconfiguring the Roots and Routes of New Negro Activism: The Garvey Movement in New Orleans
- 9 Black Modernist Women at the Parisian Crossroads
- 10 A Mobilized Diaspora: The First World War and Black Soldiers as New Negroes
- 11 Climbing the Hilltop: In Searchof a New Negro Womanhoodat Howard University
- 12 New Negro Marriages and the Everyday Challenges of Upward Mobility
- 13 “You Just Can’t Keep the Music Unless You Move with It”: The Great Migration and the Black Cultural Politics of Jazz in New Orleans and Chicago
- 14 New Negroes at the Beach: At Work and Play outsidethe Black Metropolis
- 15 “Home to Harlem” Again: Claude McKay and the Masculine Imaginary of Black Community
- 16 Not Just a World Problem: Segregation, Police Brutality, and New Negro Politics in New York City
- 17 The Conjunctural Field of New Negro Studies
- 18 Underground to Harlem: Rumblings and Clickety-Clacks of Diaspora
- 19 The Gendering of Place in the Great Escape
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