61. When and Where I Enter: Anna Julia Cooper
Anna Julia Cooper’s A Voice from the South, an unprecedented contribution to black feminist theory.
• A.J. Cooper, A Voice From the South (Xenia OH: 1892).
• A.J. Cooper, The Voice of Anna Julia Cooper, ed. C. Lemert and E. Bhan (Lanham MD: 1998).
• E. Alexander, ""We Must Be about Our Father's Business": Anna Julia Cooper and the In-Corporation of the Nineteenth-Century African-American Woman Intellectual," Signs 20 (1995): 336–356.
• K. Baker-Fletcher, A Singing Something: Womanist Reflections on Anna Julia Cooper (New York: 1994).
• H. Carby, Reconstructing Womanhood: The Emergence of the Afro-American Woman Novelist (New York: 1987), chapter 5.
• K.L. Glass, “Tending to the Roots: Anna Julia Cooper’s Sociopolitical Thought and Activism,” Meridians 6 (2005): 23–55.
• C. Jeffers, "Anna Julia Cooper and the Black Gift Thesis," History of Philosophy Quarterly 33 (2016): 79-97.
• V. May, Anna Julia Cooper, Visionary Black Feminist: A Critical Introduction (New York: 2007).