restricted access   Volume 46, Number 4, Winter 2015

Table of Contents

What is Africa to me now?

Bénédicte Ledent and Daria Tunca, Guest Editors

Introduction

The Power of a Singular Story: Narrating Africa and Its Diasporas

pp. 1-9

What Is Africa to Me Now?

pp. 10-14

What Is Africa to Me Now?: The Sweet, the Bitter …

pp. 15-25

Interview

Writing Africa in Belgium, Europe: A Conversation with Chika Unigwe

pp. 26-34

Essays

“The African Presence in Caribbean Literature” Revisited: Recovering the Politics of Imagined Co-Belonging 1930–2005

pp. 35-55

Africa as Voices and Vibes: Musical Routes in Toni Morrison’s Margaret Garner and Desdemona

pp. 56-71

Zombies Go to Toronto: Zombifying Shame in Nalo Hopkinson’s Brown Girl in the Ring

pp. 72-89

In Search of a “Grammar for Black”: Africa and Africans in Lawrence Hill’s Works

pp. 90-106

Reconfiguring the African Diaspora in Dinaw Mengestu’s The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears

pp. 107-118

Dissociation, Spirit Possession, and the Languages of Trauma in Some Recent African-British Novels

pp. 119-132

The Great Change and the Great Book: Nnedi Okorafor’s Postcolonial, Post-Apocalyptic Africa and the Promise of Black Speculative Fiction

pp. 133-150

Evaluators for Volume 46

p. 151