Volume 30, Number 2, Spring 2007

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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Special Issue: Callaloo and the Cultures and Letters of the Black Diaspora

Guest Editor: Ivy G. Wilson and Ayo A. Coly

Black Is the Color of the Cosmos; or, Callaloo and the Cultures of the Diaspora Now

pp. 415-419
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Poetry

Biobibliografemas

pp. 441-442
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Bibliographemes

pp. 443-444
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Dois Do Dois: olimí

p. 447
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Bejibeji: olimí

p. 448
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O Retorno

p. 445
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The Return

p. 446
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Belaynesh

p. 608
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Father Used to Say Mother

p. 605
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Spread and Illuminated

pp. 606-607
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Radio Jazz Remix

p. 546
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Homeless

pp. 449-459
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Homeless

pp. 460-470
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Greater Love

p. 508
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Fiction

Complex 26: Lost at Sea

pp. 609-614
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He Who Would Have Become "Joshua," 1791

pp. 420-438
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An excerpt from Sapodilla Terrace: The Carnival Archives

pp. 601-604
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White Rice

pp. 628-636
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Elgon

pp. 527-532
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Non-Fiction Page

Water Brought Us

pp. 637-643
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"But What Kind of Nonsense Is That?": Callaloo and Diaspora

pp. 594-600
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Callaloo : Brief Notes on a Tradtion of Engaging the Diaspora, Thirty Years and Beyond

pp. 626-627
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Translating the African Diaspora

pp. 439-440
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Callaloo : The Art of Diaspora

pp. 555-558
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Literary and Cultural Criticism

Tizita

pp. 509-510
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From Routes to Roots: Afrosporic Voices in Italy

pp. 653-661
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The Rise of Son and the Legitimization of African-Derived Culture in Cuba, 1908-1940

pp. 497-507
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The Novels of Patricia Powell: Negotiating Gender and Sexuality Across the Disjunctures of the Caribbean Diaspora

pp. 533-545
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"No Moon to Speak of": Identity and Place in Dionne Brand's In Another Place, Not Here

pp. 615-625
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Souls at the Crossroads, Africans on the Water: The Politics of Diasporic Melancholia

pp. 511-526
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"'All Skin' Teeth Is Not Grin:'" Performing Caribbean Diasporic Identity in a Postcolonial Metropolitan Frame

pp. 575-593
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Transnational/Transcultural Identities: The Black Atlantic and Pythagoras's Theorem

pp. 547-554
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The Birthplace of Relation: Edouard Glissant's Poétique de la relation

pp. 475-481
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Dancing up a Nation: Paule Marshall's Praisesong for the Widow

pp. 644-652
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Photo Essay

Interstices of Faith: Urban Palos in the Dominican Republic

pp. 487-496
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Visual Art

Migration, and: Maison Brulant, and: La Pétillante Voltigeuse, and: La Hydre et son butin

pp. 459-474
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Interviews and Conversations

"Island Boy": An Interview with Sir Sidney Poitier

pp. 482-486
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An Interview with Edwidge Danticat

pp. 471-473
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Plunder and Play: Édouard Duval-Carrié's Artistic Vision

pp. 561-569
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Reviews

Welcome To Our Hillbrow (review)

pp. 672-673
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James Baldwin's Go Tell It on the Mountain: Historical and Critical Essays, and: James Baldwin's God: Sex, Hope, and Crisis in Black Holiness Culture (review)

pp. 665-669
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Warrior Poet: A Biography of Audre (review)

pp. 662-664
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As the Crow Flies (review)

pp. 669-671
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 674-677
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Errata

Errata

p. iv
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