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  Volume 37, Number 3, Summer 2014

Table of Contents

Special Section

The Transatlantic, Africa & Its Diaspora: The 2013 Callaloo Conference

pp. 589-631
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Poetry

Advance

p. 514
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Dialogue

p. 515
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Escape

p. 513
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Hotel Room

p. 517
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An Old Cherry Tree

p. 516
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Reports of the Saints

p. 508
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The Return

p. 510
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Snowed-in in Boston

p. 512
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Snowed-in in Boston

p. 518
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Truth is Form

p. 509
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Write

p. 511
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Her Lot

p. 494
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Meditation

pp. 495-496
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from Camptown

pp. 491-493
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The Risk

p. 507
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Ask Where I’ve Been

p. 505
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It Shakes Us Still

p. 506
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Epitaph: Fragment

p. 497
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Ignis Fatuus

p. 498
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Fiction

Revolution

pp. 519-522
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Nonfiction

Preface to a Twenty Volume Critical Note: For Amiri, Ghost of the Future

pp. 480-482
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Baraka’s Jam Session: On the Limits of Any Attempt to Collect Black Aesthetics Unbound

pp. 477-479
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Callaloo’s Oxford Stew

pp. 563-565
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Amiri Baraka’s Adventures with the Out & the Gone

pp. 483-485
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Callaloo Conference Reflections: “Black Thought at Oxford: Oh Dear!”

pp. 580-585
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Debate, Mourning, Affirmation

pp. 574-579
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Truth in Fiction, Untruths in Memoir

pp. 499-504
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Three for One

pp. 566-573
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Baraka’s Truth

pp. 471-476
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Callaloo in the United Kingdom: The 2013 Callaloo Conference at Oxford University

pp. 549-556
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Mother Tongues & Masters of Words: Callaloo Across the Atlantic

pp. 557-562
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More Questions Than Answers

pp. 586-588
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Visual Art

Portfolio

pp. 541-548
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Interviews

An Interview with Hew Locke

pp. 524-540
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An Interview with Ntozake Shange

pp. 486-490
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Articles

Language Should Not Keep Us Apart! Reflections towards a Black Transnational Praxis of Translation

pp. 632-647
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Hispaniola’s Environmental Story: Challenging an Iconic Image

pp. 648-661
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Remembering the Ancestor’s Image: Emmett Till and Predicaments of Witnessing

pp. 710-722
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Looking at the Overexposed: Visuality and Race in Harnett’s Attention Company!

pp. 723-731
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The Visceral Allegory of Waiting for the Barbarians: A Postmodern Re-Reading of J. M. Coetzee’s Apartheid Novels

pp. 692-709
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The Color of Prison: Shared Legacies in Walter Mosley’s The Man in My Basement and Jonathan Lethem’s The Fortress of Solitude

pp. 662-675
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The De(con)struction of Black/White Binaries: Critiques of Passing in Charles Waddell Chesnutt’s “The Wife of His Youth” and Other Stories of the Color Line

pp. 676-691
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Book Reviews

Africans to the Spanish Americas: Expanding the Diaspora ed. by Sherwin K. Bryant, Rachel Sarah O’Toole, and Ben Vinson III (review)

pp. 760-763
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Sites of Slavery: Citizenship and Racial Democracy in the Post-Civil Rights Imagination by Salamishah Tillet (review)

pp. 732-735
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Honor Bound: Race and Shame in America by David Leverenz (review)

pp. 753-757
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Against the Closet: Black Political Longing and the Erotics of Race by Aliyyah I. Abdur-Rahman (review)

pp. 748-750
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Butterfly Boy: Memoirs of a Chicano Mariposa by Rigoberto González (review)

pp. 750-753
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The African Presence in Santo Domingo by Carlos Andujar (review)

pp. 757-760
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The Works of James M. Whitfield: America and Other Writings by a Nineteenth Century African American Poet by James M. Whitfield (review)

pp. 739-742
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Feminism, the Left, and Postwar Literary Culture by Kathlene McDonald (review)

pp. 742-746
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Congo Square: African Roots in New Orleans by Freddie Williams Evans (review)

pp. 746-747
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Brother Mine: The Correspondence of Jean Toomer and Waldo Frank by Kathleen Pfeiffer (review)

pp. 735-739
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 764-768
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