W.E.B. Du Bois: The Lost and the found
"With the breadth of a biographer, the depth of a philosopher, and the vision of a poet, Elvira Basevich gives us a compelling elucidation of W.E.B. Du Bois' radical liberalism. This is essential reading for understanding why Du Bois still matters!"
Melvin Rogers, Brown University
"In a direct and accessible prose, linking philosophical abstraction with grassroots activism, Elvira Basevich brings us a Du Bois by no means merely a figure of historical importance but very much a thinker relevant for the social justice struggles of today."
Charles Mills, City University of New York
"Unique among books on Du Bois, Basevich originally and persuasively presents a liberal ideal of civic enfranchisement as the heart of Du Bois' thought."
Chike Jeffers, Dalhousie University
"A valuable and compelling addition to the literature on Du Bois. Both a useful introduction to those unfamiliar with his thought and an innovative interpretation that will hold the interest of experts, Basevich has achieved a remarkable feat—and produced an apt tribute to her subject."
Benjamin McKean, Ohio State University
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