restricted access   Volume 35, Number 3, Summer 2012

Table of Contents


The Agonist

pp. 581-583

Keeley's Fog

p. 580

from The Dadaab Suite

pp. 578-579

from Block Chapel

pp. 567-577


The Ballad of Emmett Till

pp. 641-730


The Sexxx Lives of Famous Black People

pp. 613-620


Node 5: Ekphrasis and the Question of Perfect Equilibrium

pp. 584-603


Interview with Jide Aje

pp. 753-757

"These Conversations are Long Overdue": An Interview with Ifa Bayeza

pp. 731-746

Negrocity: An Interview with Greg Tate

pp. 621-637

Visual Art

Portfolio and Artist's Statement

pp. 748-752


The Entombed Maternal in Gloria Naylor's Linden Hills

pp. 795-809

"Which Me Will Survive": Rethinking Identity, Reclaiming Audre Lorde

pp. 758-777

Toward a Narratology of Passing: Epistemology, Race, and Misrecognition in Nella Larsen's Passing

pp. 778-794

Book Reviews

Neo-Segregation Narratives: Jim Crow in Post-Civil Rights American Literature (review)

pp. 812-815

Extending the Diaspora: New Histories of Black People (review)

pp. 825-827

Color: Essays on Race, Family, and History (review)

pp. 810-812

The South That Wasn't There: Postsouthern Memory and History (review)

pp. 818-820

Extravagant Abjection: Blackness, Power, and Sexuality in the Literary Imagination (review)

pp. 815-818

Race and Liberty in America: The Essential Reader (review)

pp. 830-833

Before Brown: Heman Marion Sweatt, Thurgood Marshall, and the Long Road to Justice (review)

pp. 827-830

Conjoined Twins in Black and White: The Lives of Millie-Christine McKoy and Daisy and Violet Hilton (review)

pp. 836-838

Tap Dancing America: A Cultural History (review)

pp. 823-825

Kenneth W. Warren's What Was African American Literature?: A Review Essay

pp. 604-612

Black Labor Migration in Caribbean Guatemala, 1882-1923 (review)

pp. 833-835

The Scene of Harlem Cabaret: Race, Sexuality, Performance (review)

pp. 820-823


pp. 839-841