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Volume 43, Number 1, Spring 2012

Table of Contents


Mami Wata and the Occluded Feminine in Anglophone Nigerian-Igbo Literature

pp. 1-18

"La littérature est la seule patrie": Nabile Farès and the Poetry of Postcolonial Displacment

pp. 19-34

From Classical French Poet to Militant Haitian Statesman: The Early Years and Poetry of the Baron de Vastey

pp. 35-57

Review Essay

A History of Tigrinya Literature in Eritrea:The Oral and the Written 1890-1991 (review)

pp. 58-64

"Memory/History, Violence, and Reconciliation"

Memory/History, Violence, and Reconciliation: Introduction

pp. 65-69

Reimagining the Swallow and the Toad: Narrating Identity and Reconciliation in Postgenocide Rwanda

pp. 70-88

Civil War and Woman's Place in Léonora Miano's L'intérieur de la nuit (Dark Heart of the Night)

pp. 89-100

Tortured Bodies, Resilient Souls: Algeria's Women Combatants Depicted by Danièle Djamila Amrane-Minne, Louisette Ighilahriz, and Assia Djebar

pp. 101-117

Remembered Intimacies: Tradition and Gendered Power in Tanzanian Creative Expression

pp. 118-135

"The only truth I know is what I felt with my entire body": Traumatic Memory in Zulu Love Letter

pp. 136-150

National Narratives Reconciled in Contemporary Liberian Fiction

pp. 151-165

Review Essay

Versions of Truth and Collective Memory: The Quest for Forgiveness and Healing in the Context of Kenya's Postelection Violence

pp. 166-173

Book Reviews

The Dennis Brutus Tapes: Essays at Autobiography (review)

pp. 174-175

Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor (review)

pp. 175-176

The Pull of Postcolonial Nationhood: Gender and Migration in Francophone African Literatures (review)

pp. 177-178



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