Black Athena writes back : Martin Bernal responds to his critics

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Full title: Black Athena writes back : Martin Bernal responds to his critics / Martin Bernal ; edited by David Chioni Moore.
Main author: Bernal, Martin.
Other authors: Moore, David Chioni.
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • I Egyptology. 1. Can we be fair? A reply to John Baines
  • 2. Greece is not Nubia: a reply to David O'Connor
  • II Classics. 3. Who is qualified to write Greek history? A reply to Lawrence A. Tritle
  • 4. How did the Egyptian way of death reach Greece? A reply to Emily Vermeule
  • 5. Just smoke and mirrors? A reply to Edith Hall
  • III Linguistics. 6. Ausnahmslosigkeit über Alles: a reply to Jay H. Jasanoff and Alan Nussbaum
  • IV Historiography. 7. Accuracy and/or coherence? A reply to Robert Norton, Robert Palter, and Josine Blok
  • 8. Passion and politics: a reply to Guy Rogers
  • 9. The British Utilitarians, imperialism, and the fall of the Ancient Model
  • V Science. 10. Was there a Greek scientific miracle? A reply to Robert Palter
  • 11. Animadversions on the origins of Western science
  • VI Recent broadening scholarship. 12. Greek art without Egypt, Hamlet without the Prince: a review of Sarah Morris's Daidalos and the Origins of Greek Art
  • 13. One or several revolutions? A review of Walter Burkert's The Orientalizing Revolution: Near Eastern Influence on Greek Culture in the Early Archaic Age
  • 14. There's a mountain in the way: a review of Martin West's The East Face of Helicon: West Asiatic Elements in Greek Poetry and Myth
  • 15. Phoenician politics and Egyptian justice in ancient Greece
  • VII A popularizing effort. 16. All not quiet on the Wellesley front: a review of Not Out of Africa.