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  Number 25 (Volume 12, Number 1), February 2008

Table of Contents

From: Small Axe

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Notes on the Age of Dis: Reading Kingston through Agamben

pp. 1-15

Fracturing Subjectivities: International Space and the Discourse of Individualism in Colin Channer's Waiting in Vain and Jamaica Kincaid's Mr. Potter

pp. 16-37

After Empire: Training Lawyers as a Postcolonial Enterprise

pp. 38-56

The Hills of Hebron: Sylvia Wynter's Disruption of the Narrative of the Nation

pp. 57-76

Constructing a Nation: Jamaica Kincaid's A Small Place

pp. 77-92

Seeing Darkly: Guyana, Black Power, and Walter Rodney's Expulsion from Jamaica

pp. 93-104

Diary of Souls (Excerpt from the novel Diary of Souls)

pp. 105-120

Super Nature

pp. 121-125

Stills From a Fictional Film

pp. 126-132

Book Discussion

Solving Caribbean Mysteries: Art, Embodiment and an Eye for the Tropics

pp. 133-144

Caribbean Subjectivity and the Colonial Archive

pp. 145-156

The Picturesque, Miss Nottage and the Caribbean Sublime

pp. 157-168

“Call the Police. Call the Army. Call God. And Let's Have One Helluva Big Story”: On Writing Caribbean Art Histories After Postcoloniality

pp. 169-181



pp. 182-184