Identity and Cultural Criticism: The Role of the Black Public Intellectual
Awkward speak to the ways in which our differences and similarities can connect us across communities as well as the risks and necessities of crossing borders (across disciplines, between the academy and the community, and between and among genders and ethnicities).
Culture, Identity, Afro-American
Awkward, Micheal, "Identity and Cultural Criticism: The Role of the Black Public Intellectual" (1997). ICS Speaker Series. 2.