Thinking Class: Sketches from a Cultural Worker

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South End Press, 1996 - Social Science - 169 pages
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Examining the elite's supposed hegemony over intellectual work, Thinking Class rejects the idea that working class people are not thinkers, and affirms the culture that springs up, beautiful and honest, from this society's true base."Thinking Class deserves wide readership and serious engagement by intellectuals, activists, and academics who are trying to develop theory and practice.' Women's Review of Books
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
3
Writing as Resistance Writing as Love
9
Not an Oxymoron
17
Looking Back
29
Stupidity Deconstructed
39
Halfbreeds
59
Making Sense of My Happy Childhood
71
Coiled Tongues
89
Sketch Number
109
Moving From Cultural Appropriation Toward
117
Pop Culture
129
Grey Mourning
139
Lines
159
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