Barbara Clare Foley

Barbara Foley (born 1948), Distinguished Professor of English at Rutgers University-Newark, focuses her research and teaching on U.S. literary radicalism, African American literature, and Marxist criticism. The author of six books and over seventy scholarly articles, review essays, and book chapters, she has published on literary theory, academic politics, US proletarian literature, the Harlem Renaissance, and the writers Ralph Ellison and Jean Toomer. Throughout her career, her work has emphasized the centrality of antiracism and Marxist class analysis to both literary study and social movements. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Foley, Barbara, 1948-
Published 1986
...Foley, Barbara, 1948- Telling the truth....
Book
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by Foley, Barbara, 1948-
Published 2008
...Foley, Barbara, 1948- Spectres of 1919....
Book
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by Foley, Barbara, 1948-
Published 2014
...Foley, Barbara, 1948- Jean Toomer...
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (ROUdb)299334)
Book Electronic
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by Foley, Barbara, 1948-
Published 2014
...Foley, Barbara, 1948- Jean Toomer...
Book Electronic
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by Foley, Barbara, 1948-
Published 2003
Book Electronic
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by Foley, Barbara, 1948-
Published 2014
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (ADLdb)538254)
Book Electronic
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by Foley, Barbara, 1948-
Published 1986
...Foley, Barbara, 1948- Telling the truth....
Book Electronic
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