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This RaceB4Race roundtable brings together scholars from different disciplinary perspectives to celebrate and discuss the legacy and futures of a landmark work by a groundbreaking scholar in the field of Premodern Critical Race Studies, "Black Lives in the English Archives, 1500-1677: Imprints of the Invisible," by the late Imtiaz Habib. A vital intervention in archival praxis, methodological innovation and disciplinary possibility, "Black Lives in the English Archives" radically redefines the scope of scholarly possibility. These scholars will reflect on the legacy and futures of Habib’s work for their own and for the commitments and approaches of our field.
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Black Lives in the English Archives
"Black Lives in the English Archives, 1500-1677: Imprints of the Invisible" by Imtiaz Habib was recently made available in paperback by Routledge.
Imtiaz Habib was an Associate Professor of English at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA, USA. His previous books include "Shakespeare and Race: Postcolonial Praxis in the Early Modern Period" (2000), and "Shakespeare's Pluralistic Concepts of Character: A Study in Dramatic Anamorphism" (1993).