Books by William M. Banks

NON-FICTION
Released: Oct. 1, 1996

"A welcome addition that helps fill a gap in the study of African-American history and American intellectual history. (photos, not seen)"
Thorough research, lively interviews with modern artists and scholars, and thoughtful analysis combine to offer a portrait of the problems black intellectuals have faced in America and the variety of ways blacks have discussed and dealt with those problems over the last two centuries. Read full book review >