NINETEENTH-CENTURY CONTEXTS
Volume 22, Number 2, 2001

CONTENTS

SPECIAL ISSUE: RACE AND SOCIAL THEORY

Introduction
Tommy L. Lott

Articles

With What Must the Philosophy of World History Begin? On the Racial Basis of Hegel's Eurocentrism
Robert Bernasconi

Liberalism's Limits: Carlyle and Mill on "The Negro Question"
David Theo Goldberg

Madamismo and Beyond: The Construction of Eritrean Women
Ruth Iyob

Edmonia Lewis at McGrawville: The Early Education of a Nineteenth-Century Black Woman Artist
Marilyn RIchardson

Reviews

Miriam Decosta-Willis, ed., The Memphis Diary of Ida B. Wells: An Intimate Portrait of the Activist as a Young Woman
[Joy James]

Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Nellie Y.McKay, eds. The Norton Anthology of African American Literature and Patricia Liggins Hill, ed. Call and Response: The Riverside Anthology of the African American Literary Tradition
[Dolan Hubbard]

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