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Volume 15, Number 3, November 2011 (No. 36)

Table of Contents

Preface: Vous indignez-vous?

pp. vii-x

Conquering City: The Poetics of Possibility in Texaco

pp. 1-21

Floating Islands: Spectatorship and the Body Politic in the Traveling Subjectivities of John Edgar Wideman and Edwidge Danticat

pp. 22-38

An Immigrant Artist at Work: A Conversation with Edwidge Danticat

pp. 39-61

The Sway of Stigma: The Politics and Poetics of AIDS Representation in Le président a-t-il le SIDA? and Spirit of Haiti

pp. 62-79

In Search of a Third Space: Fabienne Kanor's Humus

pp. 80-88

The Philosophy of Strangers

pp. 89-98

Remembering Edouard Glissant


pp. 100-101

Edouard Glissant: The Poetics of Risk

pp. 102-107

"Always Changing, while Still Remaining": A Tribute to Edouard Glissant

pp. 108-114

Les polylogues d'Edouard Glissant

pp. 115-123

The Visual Life of Catastrophic History

Document of Disaster

pp. 124-133

Baby on the Blender: A Visual History of Catastrophe in Haiti

pp. 134-154

Book Discussion: Matthew J Smith's Red and Black in Haiti: Radicalism, Conflict, and Political Change, 1934-1957

Notes on Red and Black in Haiti

pp. 155-163

To the "Sons" of Dessalines and of Pétion: Radicalism and the Idea of a "New" Haiti

pp. 164-172

In the Presence of the Past: An Afterword on Red and Black in Haiti

pp. 173-187



pp. 188-191