1. “How come you ain’t got it?”: Dislocation as Historical Act in Hurston’s Documentary Texts
  2. Kelley Wagers
  3. pp. 201-216
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  1. Crossing the Threshold: Zora Neale Hurston, Racial Performance, and Seraph on the Suwanee
  2. Ayesha K. Hardison
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  1. The Color of Blood: John Brown, Jean Toomer, and the New Negro Movement
  2. Barbara Foley
  3. pp. 237-253
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  1. David Walker, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and the Logic of Sentimental Terror
  2. Kevin Pelletier
  3. pp. 255-269
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  1. “A mountain full of ghosts”: Mourning African American Masculinities in Colson Whitehead’s John Henry Days
  2. Éva Tettenborn
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  1. The Ghosts of Economics Past: John Henry Days and the Production of History
  2. Peter Collins
  3. pp. 285-300
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  1. “Different Men in Strange Times”: The Creation of Cultural Memory in John A. Williams’s Clifford’s Blues
  2. Uzzie Cannon
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  1. Race, Freedom, and the Black Vampire in Jewelle Gomez’s The Gilda Stories
  2. Jerry Rafiki Jenkins
  3. pp. 313-328
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  1. "Speakin Arms" and Dancing Bodies in Ntozake Shange
  2. Sarah Mahurin
  3. pp. 329-343
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  1. Reading Race in Nella Larsen’s Passing and the Rhinelander Case
  2. Rebecca Nisetich
  3. pp. 345-361
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  1. Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man: Secularizing the Fortunate Fall and Apocalypse
  2. Dennis Welch, Allison Greer
  3. pp. 363-380
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  1. Programmed Space, Themed Space, and the Ethics of Home in Toni Morrison’s Paradise
  2. Shari Evans
  3. pp. 381-396
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  1. “Where a Man is a Man”?: Ancestral Possibilities in Charles Chesnutt’s Paul Marchand, F.M.C.
  2. Susan M. Marren
  3. pp. 397-411
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  1. Traditional Rebirth: The Epistolary Genre in When Washington Was in Vogue
  2. Christina Moore
  3. pp. 413-424
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  1. “Don’t Turn Back”: Langston Hughes, Barack Obama, and Martin Luther King, Jr.
  2. W. Jason Miller
  3. pp. 425-438
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  1. African Past or American Present?: The Visual Eloquence of James VanDerZee’s Identical Twins
  2. Louise Siddons
  3. pp. 439-459
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  1. Words/Matter
  2. Keja Valens, J. D. Scrimgeour
  3. pp. 461-480
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  1. Contact
  2. Vinson Cunningham
  3. pp. 481-485
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  1. Ephraim and Malik
  2. Avery Irons
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  1. Revisions
  2. Heru Keonte
  3. p. 491
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  1. Rattling the Ice
  2. Christopher Oie Keller
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  1. Being Indian by Tradition
  2. Rishan Singh
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  1. Song of the Cowries
  2. Ejiofor Ugwu
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  1. Lamentations
  2. Michael Compton
  3. pp. 495-497
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  1. Motherland: You Are the Remembrance Long Forgotten
  2. Oscar Gonzales
  3. pp. 498-499
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  1. These feet were made for running, and: At the root
  2. Jacquelyn Grant Brown
  3. p. 500
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  1. What I Could Say, and: Genealogy, and: Goblin Man
  2. Kelsey Erin Shipman
  3. p. 501
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  1. Saturday Mornings, and: Personals, and: Care Song
  2. Crystal Simone Smith
  3. pp. 502-503
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  1. no one heard it, and: To those who would remove to here
  2. Shanita Bigelow
  3. pp. 504-505
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  1. On Witnessing a Man Flirt with a Woman, and: On Living Anyway, and: Circa 1995
  2. Lhea J. Love
  3. pp. 506-507
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  1. Uncle James Parks, Fort Scott, 1949, and: Pool Hall, Fort Scott, 1949, and: Fight
  2. Claude Wilkinson
  3. pp. 508-509
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  1. Nefertiti, and: Memoir Cleveland
  2. Beth Brown Preston
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  1. Rosa’s Winter, and: Sisters Mourning
  2. John Warner Smith
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  1. The Souls of Mixed Folk: Race, Politics, and Aesthetics in the New Millennium by Michele Elam (review)
  2. Sika A. Dagbovie-Mullins
  3. pp. 517-519
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  1. Artistic Ambassadors: Literary and International Representation of the New Negro Era by Brian Russell Roberts (review)
  2. Gerald Horne
  3. pp. 519-520
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  1. Conversations with Toni Cade Bambara ed. by Thabiti Lewis (review)
  2. Stephen J. Casmier
  3. pp. 520-524
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  1. Sick from Freedom: African-American Illness and Suffering during the Civil War and Reconstruction by Jim Downs (review)
  2. Jane E. Schultz
  3. pp. 524-525
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  1. Doctoring Freedom: The Politics of African American Medical Care in Slavery and Emancipation by Gretchen Long (review)
  2. Susan Danielson
  3. pp. 526-528
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  1. Ralph Ellison and the Genius of America by Timothy Parrish (review)
  2. Marc C. Conner
  3. pp. 532-535
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  1. Early African American Print Culture ed. by Lara Langer Cohen and Jordan Alexander Stein (review)
  2. Clint C. Wilson II
  3. pp. 540-542
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  1. The Fabrication of American Literature: Fraudulence and Antebellum Print Culture by Lara Langer Cohen (review)
  2. Karen Roggenkamp
  3. pp. 542-544
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  1. Whispers of Rebellion: Narrating Gabriel’s Conspiracy by Michael L. Nicholls (review)
  2. Junius P. Rodriguez
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  1. Word by Word: Emancipation and the Act of Writing by Christopher Hager (review)
  2. Antonio T. Bly
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  2. Karen Leonard
  3. pp. 548-549
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  1. Prove It On Me: New Negroes, Sex, and Popular Culture in the 1920s by Erin D. Chapman (review)
  2. Sherry Johnson
  3. pp. 549-550
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  1. Troubled Ground: A Tale of Murder, Lynching, and Reckoning in the New South by Claude A. Clegg III (review)
  2. Kidada E. Williams
  3. pp. 551-552
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  1. The Government of Nature by Afaa Michael Weaver (review)
  2. Michael Antonucci
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