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Number 26 (Volume 12, Number 2), June 2008

Table of Contents

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Introduction: On the Archaeologies of Black Memory

pp. v-xvi

Venus in Two Acts

pp. 1-14

King Menelik’s Nephew: Prince Thomas Mackarooroo, aka Prince Ludwig Menelek of Abyssinia

pp. 15-44

Black Memory versus State Memory: Notes toward a Method

pp. 45-62

Defending the Dead, Confronting the Archive: A Conversation with M. NourbeSe Philip

pp. 63-79

Zong! Poems

pp. 80-111

Subverting Colonial Portraiture: A Contemporary Memorial to the Women of Egypt Estate

pp. 112-118

Identities Withheld by Choice

pp. 119-124


pp. 125-132

Are They Mad?: Nation and Narration in Tous les hommes sont fous

pp. 133-148

Book Discussion

Diasporic Disciplining of Caliban?: Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Intra-Caribbean Politics

pp. 149-159

On the Impossibility of All Possibility in Caribbean Theory

pp. 160-167

Writing Caribbean Intellectual History

pp. 168-178

Conversation Manqué: On Judging Someone Else’s Book

pp. 179-190



pp. 191-193