1. Abrading Boundaries: Reconsidering Barbara Chase-Riboud's Sculpture, Fiction, and Poetry
  2. Suzette A. Spencer, Carlos A. Miranda
  3. pp. 711-716
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  1. from Hottentot Venus
  2. Barbara Chase-Riboud
  3. pp. 717-724
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  1. The Venus Hottentot (1825)
  2. Elizabeth Alexander
  3. pp. 725-728
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  1. Bullock's Liverpool Museum
  2. Barbara Chase-Riboud
  3. pp. 729-731
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  1. Anna
  2. Barbara Chase-Riboud
  3. pp. 732-735
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  1. On Her Own Terms: An Interview with Barbara Chase-Riboud
  2. Suzette A. Spencer
  3. pp. 736-757
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  1. The Iron Fettered Weight of All Civilization: The Project of Barbara Chase-Riboud's Narratives of Slavery
  2. Ashraf H. A. Rushdy
  3. pp. 758-772
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  1. Our Founding (M)other: Erotic Love and Social Death in Sally Hemings and The President's Daughter
  2. Sara Clarke Kaplan
  3. pp. 773-791
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  1. "A Seeping Invisibility": Maternal Dispossession and Resistance in Barbara Chase-Riboud's Sally Hemings and The President's Daughter
  2. Laura Dawkins
  3. pp. 792-808
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  1. History Repeating Itself: Passing, Pudd'nhead Wilson, and The President's Daughter
  2. Sinéad Moynihan
  3. pp. 809-821
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  1. The Sally Hemings Case
  2. Barbara Chase-Riboud
  3. pp. 822-823
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  1. Gordon S. Wood replies:
  2. Gordon S. Wood
  3. pp. 823-825
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  1. Slavery as a Problem in Public History: Or Sally Hemings and the "One Drop Rule" of Public History
  2. Barbara Chase-Riboud
  3. pp. 826-831
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  1. Spirit of the Amistad: Figurations of Women in Echo of Lions
  2. Iyunolu Osagie
  3. pp. 832-844
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  1. Politics of Belonging: Race, Freedom, and Subjectivity in Barbara Chase-Riboud's Echo of Lions
  2. Trimiko Melancon
  3. pp. 845-854
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  1. Bathers
  2. Barbara Chase-Riboud
  3. pp. 855-856
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  1. For Alice Walker
  2. Barbara Chase-Riboud
  3. p. 857
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  1. Curving Like a Colorless Vasarely
  2. Barbara Chase-Riboud
  3. pp. 858-860
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  1. Barbara Chase Riboud's Sculpture
  2. Peter Selz
  3. pp. 861-878
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  1. Retrospective: Reflections on Barbara Chase-Riboud (2008)
  2. Peter Selz
  3. pp. 879-881
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  1. Ponies . . .
  2. Barbara Chase-Riboud
  3. pp. 883-884
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  1. Images
  2. Barbara Chase-Riboud
  3. pp. 885-896
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  1. Forward
  2. Andy Vores
  3. p. 897
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  1. "But beware, beloved, Ptolemy women engender violence"
  2. Andy Vores
  3. pp. 898-905
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  1. "And so love passed through a nude woman"
  2. Andy Vores
  3. pp. 906-909
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  1. Omnipresent Negation: Hottentot Venus and Africa Rising
  2. Carlos A. Miranda, Suzette A. Spencer
  3. pp. 910-933
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  1. Black Girls in Paris: Sally Hemings, Sarah Baartman, and French Racial Dystopias
  2. Salamishah Tillet
  3. pp. 934-954
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  1. On Hearing of a Death in Prison
  2. Barbara Chase-Riboud
  3. pp. 955-957
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  1. Orienting "Composure" in the Sculptural and Poetic Work of Barbara Chase-Riboud
  2. Reginald Jackson
  3. pp. 958-980
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  1. In the Interstices of Sculpture and Poetry: Sewing and Basting
  2. Claudine Armand
  3. pp. 981-998
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  1. from Central Park
  2. Barbara Chase-Riboud
  3. pp. 999-1013
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  1. Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Capital: In Barbara Chase Riboud's "Central Park"
  2. Jennifer M. Wilks
  3. pp. 1014-1026
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  1. Babylon Girls: Black Women Performers and the Shaping of the Modern (review)
  2. Emily Lordi
  3. pp. 1026-1030
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  1. James Baldwin's Turkish Decade: Erotics of Exile (review)
  2. Robert J. Corber
  3. pp. 1030-1032
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  1. After Winter: The Art and Life of Sterling A. Brown (review)
  2. Gary Edward Holcomb
  3. pp. 1033-1036
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  1. Photographs
  2. Riccardo Dalla Chiesa, Raymond Depardon, Mei Lou Klein, Inge Morath, Marc Riboud, Jean Loup-Sief
  3. pp. vi-980
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 1037-1039
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