Paul Gilroy Writing Styles in The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness

Paul Gilroy
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Paul Gilroy was the Anthony Giddens Professor of in Social Theory at the London School of Economics at the time this guide was composed in 2010. Gilroy is a citizen of the United Kingdom and was born in London, receiving his undergraduate degree from Sussex University in 1975 and his Ph.D from Birmingham University in 1986. He is a scholar of Cultural Studies, with a specialty in the cultures of the Black Atlantic diaspora and had written a large number of books in addition to The Black Atlantic. Gilroy has taught at a number of universities and was the Chair of the African American Studies Department at Yale until he moved to the London School of Economics. Gilroy has also participated in a number of different political posts along with being associated with a number of magazines. He is widely regarded as a path-breaking scholar within the music of the...

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