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Paul Allen Anderson. Deep River: Music and Memory in Harlem Renaissance Thought. Duke University Press. 2001. 335pp.

Harold Bloom (editor). The Harlem Renaissance. Chelsea House. 2004. 336pp.

Raphael Comprone. Poetry, Desire, and Fantasy in the Harlem Renaissance. University Press of America. 2005. 309pp.

Caroline Goeser. Picturing the New Negro: Harlem Renaissance Print Culture and Modern Black Identity. University Press of Kansas. 2007. 360pp.

Mark Helbling. The Harlem Renaissance: The One and the Many. Greenwood Press. 1999. 211pp.

Anthony D. Hill. Pages from the Harlem Renaissance: A Chronicle of Performance. Peter Lang. 1996. 185pp.

Nathan Irvin Huggins. Harlem Renaissance. Oxford University Press. 1971. 343pp.

Gloria T. Hull. Color, Sex & Poetry: Three Women Writers of the Harlem Renaissance. Indiana University Press. 1987. 240pp.

George Hutchinson. The Harlem Renaissance in Black and White. Harvard University Press. 1995. 541pp.

George Hutchinson (editor). The Cambridge Companion to the Harlem Renaissance. Cambridge University Press. 2007. 272pp.

Eloise E. Johnson. Rediscovering the Harlem Renaissance: The Politics of Exclusion. Garland. 1996. 184pp.

Bruce Kellner (editor). The Harlem Renaissance: A Historical Dictionary for the Era. Greenwood Press. 1984. 476pp.

David L. Lewis. When Harlem Was in Vogue. Penguin Books. 1997. 381pp.

John O. Perpener. African-American Concert Dance: The Harlem Renaissance and Beyond. University of Illinois Press. 2001. 284pp.

Cherene Sherrard-Johnson. Portraits of the New Negro Woman: Visual and Literary Culture in the Harlem Renaissance. Rutgers University Press. 2007. 210pp.

Amritjit Singh. The Novels of the Harlem Renaissance: Twelve Black Writers, 1923-1933. Penn State Press. 1976. 175pp.

Jon Michael Spencer. The New Negroes and Their Music: The Success of the Harlem Renaissance. University of Tennessee Press. 1997. 171pp.

Joyce Moore Turner; W. Burghardt Turner. Caribbean Crusaders and the Harlem Renaissance. University of Illinois Press. 2005. 291pp.

Cheryl A. Wall. Women of the Harlem Renaissance. Indiana University Press. 1995. 246pp.

Steven Watson. The Harlem Renaissance: Hub of African-American Culture, 1920-1930. Pantheon Books. 1996. 240pp.

Cary D. Wintz. Black Culture and the Harlem Renaissance. Houston: Rice University Press. 1988. 277pp.

Cary D. Wintz; Paul Finkelman (editor). Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance. Taylor & Francis. 2004. (2 vols.) 1341pp.

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