The case of Ebony and Topaz : Racial and Sexual Hybridity in Harlem Renaissance Illustrations

@article{Goeser2005TheCO,
  title={The case of Ebony and Topaz : Racial and Sexual Hybridity in Harlem Renaissance Illustrations},
  author={Caroline Goeser},
  journal={American Periodicals: A Journal of History & Criticism},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={111 - 86}
}
Ebony and Topaz was issued once in 1927 as a collection of essays, poetry, and illustrations edited by Charles S. Johnson, the African American editor of Opportunity: A Journal of Negro Life. Though the volume has received little scholarly attention, it articulated the theme of racial hybridity that not only proved an integral component of Harlem Renaissance cultural production but marked the diversity of American modernism between the wars. Significantly, Johnson’s editorial method in Ebony… CONTINUE READING