Volume 30, Number 1, Winter 2007

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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Special Issue: Reading Callaloo / Eating Callaloo: The First of Four Special Thirtieth Anniversary Issues

Guest Editor: Shona N. Jackson and Karina L. Céspedes

What is This Thing Called Callaloo?: An Introduction

pp. 14-22
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Labor's Devotion & Love: The Editor's Notes

pp. 1-3
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Poetry

Making Black Eyed Peas

p. 24
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A Nineteenth-Century Portrait

p. 148
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Telling the Time

p. 149
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Anhinga

pp. 112-115
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Dominoes

p. 116
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Earning the Cross, Revelation

p. 117
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Hudson River School

p. 118
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Reunion, 2005

pp. 41-42
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Callaloo

pp. 238-241
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Rain without Rain

pp. 196-197
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Something Escapes the Bonfire

pp. 198-200
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Weeds

p. 284
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Diagrams

p. 163
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Untitled

pp. 164-165
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Afroinsularidade

pp. 307-308
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Afro-Insularity

pp. 309-310
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The Biter Bit

pp. 311-312
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Billboard Advertisement

pp. 322-323
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BM Revisited

p. 70
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In the Latest Crime Drama Diego Luna's Insider Tips Verge on the Clockwise Modern

pp. 172-173
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Mirrors

p. 174
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Untitled/Halcyon

pp. 343-344
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Untitled/Return

pp. 345-346
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Drama

An Excerpt from Earthbirds (The Blackbird Cipher)

pp. 242-249
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Fiction

Callaloo

pp. 169-171
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A French Creole Sunday: Callaloo on a Clear Conscience

pp. 369-371
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Cock Soup

pp. 48-50
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Non-Fiction

Definition of "Calalu"

pp. 282-283
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Callaloo 's Thirtieth: Haiti, the Caribbean, and Elsewhere

pp. 179-181
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Moderation: A Moderate Reflection on Callaloo / Callaloo as Food and Text

pp. 225-226
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Southern Cross: Reflections on the Orientation of Callaloo

pp. 43-47
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Thirty Years of Callaloo

p. 315
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Nathan A. Scott (1925-2006)

pp. 10-12
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Feast

pp. 138-140
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The Boundary Walker: In Thanksgiving for the Life of Nathan A. Scott, Jr.

pp. 5-9
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Unmixed Plate

pp. 372-375
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Haitian Callaloo: What You Ask for Is Certainly Not What You Get!

pp. 175-178
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Callaloo, Everyone?

pp. 87-94
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Making Callaloo : Past, Present, and Future

pp. 402-405
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Reflections on Callaloo

pp. 285-286
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Literary and Cultural Criticism

Archiving Epistemologies and the Narrativity of Recepies in Ntozake Shange's Sassfrass, Cypress, & Indigo

pp. 150-162
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The Taste of the Sun: Okra Soup in the Geechee Tradition

pp. 75-86
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Caruru and Calulu, Etymologically and Sociogastronomically

pp. 338-342
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Jamaican Versions of Callaloo

pp. 351-368
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Claude McKay's "The Biter Bit": "Calalu" and Caribbean Colonialism

pp. 313-314
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Mixing Matters: Callaloo Nation Revisited

pp. 51-67
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Between Breadfruit and Masala: Food Politics in Glissant's Martinique

pp. 124-137
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Feasting on Sancocho Before Night Falls: A Meditation

pp. 259-281
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"Everything 'Cept Eat Us": The Antebellum Black Body Portrayed as Edible Body

pp. 201-224
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Artwork

Codfish Throne with Horns and Thorn Box, and: Coronation of a Black Queen, and: Jesus, Mary, and Perfect Whiteman, and: Papa's Speeding Ticket, and: Throne for Gorilla Spirits

pp. 189-193
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Virgen Marinera

p. 194
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Joola, and: Sunk Boat or Procession (of Elders)

pp. 187-188
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Interviews and Conversations

Spam in the Cuban Ajiaco : An Interview with Alaen Perez

pp. 71-74
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Reading Callaloo /Eating Callaloo: A Reflection, Lionel Trouillot

pp. 166-168
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When Food Tastes Cosmopolitan: The Creole Fusion of Diaspora Cuisine: An Interview with Jessica B. Harris

pp. 287-303
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Calulu of Angola: An Interview with Teresa Cohen

pp. 251-256
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Calulu of São Tomé: An Interview with Conceição Lima

pp. 119-123
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An Interview with Leila H. Taylor

pp. 227-237
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Love, Loss, and the "Art" of Making Gumbo: An Interview with Eileen Julien

pp. 95-109
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Not Naming the Race: An Interview with Charles Henry Rowell

pp. 376-401
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Perfecting Habit: Guyana Callaloo and the Migration of "Poor People's Food," An Interview with Evelyn London

pp. 316-321
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An Interview with Dadá

pp. 141-147
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"Callaloo is Sacred": An Interview with Prudence Marcelin

pp. 68-69
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"Devoured by Writing": An Interview with Gisèle Pineau

pp. 328-337
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Dyasporic Appetites and Longings: An Interview with Edwidge Danticat

pp. 26-39
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Two Reflections on Making Callaloo in Trinidad: An Interview with Betty Laban and Angella Ramlachan

pp. 347-350
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Leah Chase on Callaloo / Gumbo Z'herbes

pp. 182-185
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Jorge Froes, Ronald Augusto and João Batista Rodrigues

pp. 257-258
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Recipes

Recipe for Callaloo Jumble

p. 25
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Recipe for Gumbo des Herbes

p. 40
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Recipe for Okra Gumbo

p. 306
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Recette pour poulet au kalalou ou gonbo avec djondjon (champignons noirs) / Recipe for Chicken with Black Haitian Mushrooms and Okra ( Kalalou )

pp. 324-325
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Recette pour kalalou- gonbo (Cap Haïtien) / Recipe for Callaloo- Gonbo (Recipe from Cap-Haïtien)

pp. 326-327
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 406-411
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