4 For a pointed critical discussion of the latter perspective, see Prashad, Vijay, “Afro-Dalits of the Earth, Unite,” African Studies Review43, no. 1 (2000): 189–201.
5 Pratham Banerjee's essay in Subaltern Citizens and Their Histories examines the representation of the tribals or Adivasis as the purveyors of the primitive and original in Indian culture like the black American peasantry were seen as the source of “authentic” black culture during the Harlem Renaissance.
6Coleman, Major G., Darity, WilliamJr., and Sharpe, Rhonda V., “Are Reports of Discrimination Valid? Considering the Moral Hazard Effect,” American Journal of Economics and Sociology67, no. 2 (2008): 149–75.
7 Heretofore, I was completely unaware of the meaning of the folk song “Big Rock Candy Mountain.”
8Pearson, Jay, “Can't Buy Me Whiteness: New Lessons from the Titanic on Race, Ethnicity, and Health,” Du Bois Review5, no. 1 (2008): 27–48; Geronimus, Arline T., “Jedi Public Health: Leveraging Contingencies of Social Identity to Grasp and Eliminate Racial Health Inequality,” in Mapping “Race”: Critical Approaches to Health Disparities Research, eds. Gómez, Laura and López, Nancy (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2013), 163–78.
9Gokhale-Turner, Jayahsree, “The Dalit Panthers and the Radicalisation of the Untouchables,” Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics17, no. 1 (1979): 77–93; Sutton, Paul, “Black Power in Trinidad and Tobago: the ‘Crisis’ of 1970,” Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics24, no. 2 (1983): 115–32.
10Pandey, Gyanendra, “Can There Be a Subaltern Middle Class? Notes on African American and Dalit History,” Public Culture21, no. 2 (2009): 321–42.
11Bass, Jack and Thompson, Marilyn W., Strom: The Complicated Personal and Political Life of Strom Thurmond (New York: Public Affairs, 2005).