Development Drowned and Reborn: The Blues and Bourbon Restorations in Post-Katrina New Orleans
Development Drowned and Reborn is a “Blues geography” of New Orleans, one that compels readers to return to the history of the Black freedom struggle there to reckon with its unfinished business. Reading contemporary policies of abandonment against the grain, Clyde Woods explores how Hurricane Katrina brought long-standing structures of domination into view. In so doing, Woods delineates the roots of neoliberalism in the region and a history of resistance.
Reconstruction Bourbonism and the Jazz Renaissance Blues as Planning
CHAPTER 3 Hemispheric UNIA and the Great Flood 19151928
CHAPTER 5 The Double V Generation and the Blues Agenda 19401965
The NeoBourbon War on Poverty and Massive Resistance in Concrete
Oil Regimes Plantation Economics and the Southern Strategy 19772005