Place, Emotion, and Environmental Justice in Harlem: June Jordan and Buckminster Fuller’s 1965 "Architextual" Collaboration
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The manuscript cited in note 1 and others referred to in subsequent references from the Schlesinger Library and Sophia Smith Collection are quoted by permission of the June M. Jordan Literary Estate Trust, JuneJordan.com. I thank them. I also thank Vanessa Gorsuch for her research assistance with archival materials, and Marilyn Morgan for her assistance with the June Jordan papers. For grants that supported this research, I thank the Research Foundation of CUNY for a PSC/CUNY award; the Office of Academic Affairs, Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY, for a faculty publication grant; and Wellspring House, for a writing residency.
Fish, Cheryl J.
"Place, Emotion, and Environmental Justice in Harlem: June Jordan and Buckminster Fuller’s 1965 "Architextual" Collaboration,"
Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture: Vol. 29:
2, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/discourse/vol29/iss2/7