Epilogue

I first met Lindon Barrett some years ago when he was a young assistant professor at UC Irvine and I (Dwight McBride) was an even younger graduate student at UCLA. He was teaching a graduate seminar at UCLA, and we had been introduced to one another by mutual friends and colleagues. Lindon was, in a...

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Published in: Racial Blackness and the Discontinuity of Western Modernity p. 191
Main Author: LINDON BARRETT
Format: Book Chapter
Language: English
Published: University of Illinois Press 12-15-2013
Subjects:
Law
Men
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Summary: I first met Lindon Barrett some years ago when he was a young assistant professor at UC Irvine and I (Dwight McBride) was an even younger graduate student at UCLA. He was teaching a graduate seminar at UCLA, and we had been introduced to one another by mutual friends and colleagues. Lindon was, in a word, brilliant. He had a quality of mind one scarcely finds inside or outside of the academy. His was an expansive intellect interested in everything from basketball and music to the finer points of the western philosophical tradition and poststructuralist theory. The sharpness and laser
ISBN: 9780252038006
0252038002
DOI: 10.5406/j.ctt3fh5tx.9