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Volume 33, Number 4, Fall 2010

Table of Contents


Inducing Muses: Notes Toward the Practice of Inspiration

pp. 1000-1002

A Veritable Literary and Cultural Center: The Editor's Notes

pp. 913-918


Picture of My Cousin's Son

p. 1010


p. 1012


p. 1011

A Bench in College Station

p. 1013


pp. 1008-1009

On Being Bilingual

p. 1004

The Street Vendor Scolds Her Daughter

p. 1003

A Daughter is a Colony

p. 928

Kitchen Maid with Supper at Emmaus, or The Mulata

p. 926

Mano Prieta

p. 927

Picky: Izola Ware Curry

pp. 1006-1007

Times Like These: Marianna, Florida

p. 1005


What American Is

pp. 929-934

from The Devil in Silver

pp. 936-948

Poor Me

pp. 968-973


Marshalling Muses: Notes Toward the Fortitude of Craft

pp. 1014-1015

The Blackbird Flies: Remembering Carolyn M. Rodgers

pp. 919-925

The Secret Hero

pp. 974-978

A Forecast for Blackness: The Work of Victor LaValle

pp. 979-981


Beauty and Fiends: An Interview with Victor LaValle

pp. 949-967

"To Democratize the Elements of the Historical Record": An Interview with John Edgar Wideman About History in His Work

pp. 982-998

How You Look is How You Look: An Interview with Fred Wilson

pp. 1016-1040

Visual Art

Visual Art

pp. 1021-1028


Kipps, Belsey, and Jegede: Cosmopolitanism, Transnationalism, and Black Studies in Zadie Smith's On Beauty

pp. 1079-1092

Falling Back into History: The Uncanny Trauma of Blackface Minstrelsy in Spike Lee's Bamboozled

pp. 1093-1115

Harryette Mullen and the Contemporary Jazz Voice

pp. 1059-1078

Negotiating Genre and Captivity: Octavia Butler's Survivor

pp. 1116-1131

Elizabeth Alexander's Amistad: Reading the Black History Poem through the Archive

pp. 1041-1058

Book Reviews

Harlem vs. Columbia University: Black Student Power in the Late 1960s (review)

pp. 1149-1151

Universal Emancipation: The Haitian Revolution and the Radical Enlightenment (review)

pp. 1132-1134

The Shadow and the Act: Black Intellectual Practice, Jazz Improvisation, and Philosophical Pragmatism (review)

pp. 1134-1137

Slaves to Fashion: Black Dandyism and the Styling of Black Identity (review)

pp. 1137-1140

A Historical Guide to James Baldwin (review)

pp. 1145-1148

The Great War and the Culture of the New Negro (review)

pp. 1140-1143

Toni Morrison and the Idea of Africa (review)

pp. 1143-1145



pp. 1152-1155


Author and Title Index to Callaloo Volume 33 (Whole Numbers 122–125)

pp. 1159-1167