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  Volume 31, Number 4, Fall 2008

Table of Contents

Special Section: In Memoriam: Aimé Césaire 26 June 1913–17 April 2008   pp. 973

Poetry

from Elegy

pp. 1039-1046
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Glory Land

pp. 1204-1205
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from Suite: Ida

pp. 1206-1208
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Women’s War: Nigerian Delta

pp. 1122-1123
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Malcolm X Transcribing the Dictionary in Slow Motion

pp. 1126-1127
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A Hijab of My Own

p. 1124
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Signs that your Country might be a Geo-Political Ghetto

pp. 1210-1211
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On Empire

pp. 1011-1012
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As You Sleep the Dead Multiply

p. 1212
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The Bougainvillea Will Be Forgiven

pp. 1213-1214
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Mama Condi

p. 1215
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Translations

from Notebook of a Return to the Native Land

pp. 974-975
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Fiction

from Blonde Roots

pp. 1191-1198
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Drama

from Fé in the Desert

pp. 1230-1271
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Nonfiction Prose

from Aimé Césaire

pp. 981-982
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We Need to Guard Against Destructive Creation

pp. 1026-1027
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Most Daring Dream: Robert Houston Photography & the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign

pp. 1272-1274
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Politics as the Art of Equivalent Say: Reflections on Derek Walcott and W. Arthur Lewis, China and St. Lucia

pp. 1000-1010
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Globalization and the Group of 77: Three Interviews

p. 1290
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Aimé Césaire’s Lost, Found, Scattered Body

pp. 983-986
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An Open Letter to the Prime Minister of Jamaica (June 2008)

pp. 1068-1071
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Obama, the Instability of Color Lines, and the Promise of a Postethnic Future

pp. 1033-1037
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Homage to Aimé Césaire, 1913–2008

pp. 976-980
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A Meeting with Aimé Césaire

pp. 987-988
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Inclusion: “Nobody’s Business?”

pp. 1082-1083
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Interviews

“The Politics of Scarcity”: An interview with Ambassador Munir Akram, who served as Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations until September 2008

pp. 1306-1313
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“The Downside Was Not Worked Out”: Economist Jagdish Bhagwati’s Thoughts on the Current Financial Crisis

pp. 1028-1032
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Balancing the World Economy: An Interview with Ambassador Byron Blake, Deputy United Nations Permanent Representative for Antigua and Barbuda

pp. 1291-1301
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“My Preoccupations are in My DNA”: An interview with Bernardine Evaristo

pp. 1199-1203
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“I’m Interested as A Writer in Less Exalted Persons”: An Interview with Jessica Hagedorn

pp. 1217-1228
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The Monterrey Process and Beyond: An Interview with Tim Wall

pp. 1302-1305
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“My Generation’s Task”: An Interview with Melvin White

pp. 1072-1081
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It is through Poetry that One Copes with Solitude: An Interview with Aimé Césaire

pp. 989-997
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Literary and Cultural Criticism

“A New Era in American Politics”: Shirley Chisholm and the Discourse of Identity

pp. 1013-1025
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“My Body is My Piece of Land”: Female Sexuality, Family, and Capital in Caribbean Texts

pp. 1104-1121
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Moses, Monster of the Mountain: Gendered Violence in Black Leadership’s Gothic Tale

pp. 1084-1102
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Natural Born Ease Man?: Masculinity, Vagrancy Law, and Furry Lewis’s “Kassie Jones”

pp. 1128-1147
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Neither Their Perch Nor Their Terror: Al-Qaida Limited

pp. 1336-1361
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“The Evolution of a Black Aesthetic, 1920–1950”: David C. Driskell and Race, Ethics, and Aesthetics

pp. 1175-1185
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Mamie Bradley’s Unbearable Burden: Sexual and Aesthetic Politics in Bebe Moore Campbell’s Your Blues Ain’t Like Mine

pp. 1048-1067
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Villaging the Nation: The Politics of Making Ourselves in Postcolonial Trinidad

pp. 1148-1174
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The Changing Same: The Evolution of Racial Self-Definition and Commercialization

pp. 1314-1334
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Photographs

Photographs

p. 1125
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Photographs

pp. 1275-1289
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Photograph

p. 973
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Photographs

p. 998
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Photographs

p. 1216
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Art

Art

pp. 1209, 1038, 1229, 1047, 1103-1103
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Art

pp. 1187-1190
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Art

p. 1335
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Book Reviews

Lawrence Dennis: Black voice in the right wing wilderness

pp. 1362-1370
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 1371-1374
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Call for Papers

A Callaloo Call for Papers

p. 1375
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Author and Title Index

Author and Title Index to Callaloo Volume 31 (Whole Numbers 114–117)/El Índice del Autor y El Título a Callaloo Volumen 31, Número 1 (El Número Entero 114)

pp. 1379-1394
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