[Vwoolf] Nigs, nicknames, & racial slurs

Stuart N. Clarke stuart.n.clarke at btinternet.com
Sat Feb 9 12:31:17 EST 2019

That was at the London Conference in 2004; there was a similar plenary at 
Smith in 2003.


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Yes, of course it was consciously referring to race, even as a joke. I wrote 
about Bloomsbury and race in my article "Bushmen and Blackface," and gave a 
plenary talk on it at one of the VW conferences.

Gretchen Gerzina

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