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Volume 1, Issue 1, 2012

Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction

pp. v-vii


"For full freedom of . . . colored women in Africa, Asia, and in these United States . . .": Black Women Radicals and the Practice of a Black Women's International

pp. 1-30

Fulani's Tools and Results: Development as Black Empowerment?

pp. 31-51

Literature and the Meta-Psychoanalysis of Race: After and With Fanon

pp. 52-67

Gender, Class, and the Performance of a Black (Anti) Enlightenment: Resistances of David Walker and Sojourner Truth

pp. 68-86

The Narrative Absence of Interiority in Black Writing: Suffering Female Bodies in The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman

pp. 87-98

Poetic License

Poetic License

pp. 99-106


A Retrospective of the Revolutionary Spirit of Toni Cade Bambara

pp. 107-115

Euzhan Palcy: Creative Dissent, Artistic Reckoning

pp. 116-134

An Open Letter From Paris

The Guerlain Affair: Odorless French Racism

pp. 135-139

Book Nook: Reviews

Thiefing Sugar from the Island Beneath the Sea: New Literatures on/from the Caribbean

pp. 141-156

Hands on the Freedom Plow ed. by Faith S. Holseart et al. (review)

pp. 156-157

The Horrible Gift of Freedom: Atlantic Slavery and the Representation of Emancipation by Marcus Wood (review)

pp. 158-160

The Art of Engagement Forum

Editors' Note: New Technologies, Academic Freedom, and the Archive

pp. 161-162

Erotica or Thanatica?: Black Feminist Criticism on the Ropes

pp. 163-169

A Critique of Protectionist Petulance

pp. 170-173


pp. 174-177