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Journal of African American Studies 2/2021
Journal of African American Studies

Ausgabe 2/2021

Special Issue: Kobe Bean Bryant as Icon


Inhaltsverzeichnis (17 Artikel)

14.06.2021 | INTRODUCTION

A 6′6″ Guard from Lower Merion High School . . . .
Judson L. Jeffries, Jerrell Beckham


Kobe: Guardian of an American Cultural Institution
John Thomas Mills, DeMond Shondell Miller

03.07.2021 | ARTICLES

Global Sign, Shared Meaning? Kobe Bryant’s Life and Its Representation from the USA to France
Yann Descamps

05.07.2021 | ARTICLES

Remembering Kobe Bryant as a Girl Dad: Race, Gender, and Reputation Repair
Brandon Alston

02.07.2021 | ARTICLES

Kobe Bryant: Consent and the Carceral Shadow of a Life Incomplete
Townsand Price-Spratlen

05.07.2021 | ARTICLES

“I’d Rather Be with Them Than Doing Anything Else”: Kobe Bryant’s Status as the MVP of Girl’s Dads
Cassandra D. Chaney

22.06.2021 | ARTICLES

Kobe Bryant’s Second Act: a Brief but Beautiful Post-basketball Life
David K. Wiggins

16.06.2021 | ARTICLES

Kobe Bryant: a Theoretical Approach to Understanding the Personal and Professional Life Trajectory of an Elite African American Athlete
Kimberly R. Outlaw, Mary S. Jackson

05.06.2021 | ARTICLES

Who Says Shut Up and Dribble? Race and the Response to Athletes’ Political Activism
David Niven

25.05.2021 | ARTICLES

Unfinished Legacy: Kobe Bryant and His Support of Women’s Basketball
Chris Hanna, James T. Morton

Open Access 28.06.2021 | ARTICLES

Religion in the Life of Kobe Bryant
Michał Mazurkiewicz

28.06.2021 | REFLECTIONS

The Life and Legacy of Kobe Bryant: Reflections from Cal Poly Pomona
Renford Reese

25.05.2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Andre Iguodala (2019). The Sixth Man: a Memoir. New York: Blue Rider Press. 256 pp. ISBN 9,780,525,533,986
Sarah Beth Dunn

25.05.2021 | BOOK REVIEW

John Thompson: I Came as a Shadow: an Autobiography. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 2020. 352 pp. ISBN 978–1250619358
Christina Longo

25.05.2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Howard Bryant. 2019. The Heritage: Black Athletes, A Divided America, and the Politics of Patriotism. Boston: Beacon Press. 288 pp. ISBN: 978–0.907.038.086
Joey Miller

25.05.2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Deborah Draper, Blair Underwood, and Travis Thrasher. (2020). Olympic Pride, American Prejudice: The Untold Story of 18 African Americans Who Defied Jim Crow and Adolf Hitler to Compete in the 1936 Berlin Olympics. New York: Atria Books. 320 pp. ISBN 9781501162152
Lauren Griffin

31.05.2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Cat M. Ariail. Passing the Baton: Black Women Track Stars and American Identity. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2020. 248 pp. ISBN 9780252085383
Matthew Roediger

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