Lenox Avenue: A Journal of Interarts Inquiry
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Description: Lenox Avenue is devoted to exploring inquiry into the black expressive arts–music, dance, art, poetry and literature, and theater–including those of Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean, both singly and in multimode presentations. The articles in this annual are devoted to the philosophy and practice of integrative scholarship and the philosophy and criticism of works that combine the elements of black performing, plastic, and literary arts.
Coverage: 1995-1999 (Vol. 1 - Vol. 5)
Publication of this title ceased in 1999.
African American Studies,
Arts & Sciences III Collection,
JSTOR Essential Collection,