Europe and the Harlem Renaissance: London (Book Chapter)
In Cary D. Wintz and Paul Finkelman (Eds.), "Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance," New York: Routledge, 347- 349, October 2004
Juergen Heinrichs, Ph.D.
College of Communication and the Arts
Debate still rages among critics about the origins, scope, and legacy of the Harlem Renaissance. In 639 entries, this encyclopedia not only covers these and other expected aesthetic issues--literature, art, and music--but also the historical, political, and socioeconomic environment in which the movement took place.