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Issue 106, 2011

Table of Contents

Fifty Years - Transition celebrates its storied history

Celebrating Transition at Fifty

pp. A-1-A-2

“A Literature Which Can Stand by Itself”: Rajat Neogy, circa 1962, on the mission of Transition

pp. 3, A-4-A-8

[Rajat Neogy Remembered]

pp. A-10-A-11


pp. A-100-A-101

More than a Magazine: memories of Transition and Rajat Neogy

pp. A-12-A-19

[Rajat Neogy Remembered]

pp. A-20-A-21

Transition, Nos. 1–32: a 1967 review of the first issues

pp. A-22-A-31

[Rajat Neogy Remembered]

pp. A-32-A-33

From Africa to the “Global Black”: Wole Soyinka discusses his tenure at Transition with Tommie Shelby

pp. A-34-A-44

The Meaning of Modernism in Two Transitions: what a homonym can teach us

pp. A-45-A-61

[Rajat Neogy Remembered]

pp. A-62-A-63

Spaces in Between: Henry Finder on Transition’s global ambulation

pp. A-64-A-67

[Rajat Neogy Remembered]

pp. A-68-A-69

Cannibal Logic: an interview with Michael C. Vazquez by Carina del Valle Schorske

pp. A-70-A-85

[Rajat Neogy Remembered]

pp. A-86-A-87

Arrival: reflections of an interloper

pp. A-88-A-99

From Epaule d’ombre

pp. A-102-A-111

Pieces of a Man: the meaning of Gil Scott-Heron

pp. A-112-A-126

The Revolutionary Sociology of C. L. R. James: an interview with Manning Marable conducted by Onwubiko Agozino Columbia University, New York, April 13, 2007

pp. A-127-A-138

Foreign Countries

pp. A-139-A-147

Arab Spring and the Future of Leadership in North Africa: an interview with Ali A. Mazrui conducted by Nirvana Tanoukhi July, 2011

pp. A-148-A-162

Now Dig This!: Art and Black Los Angeles, 1960–1980: a review of the current exhibition at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

pp. A-163-A-166

Notes on Contributors

pp. 167-171

Reflections from Contemporary Uganda - A selection of writing, artwork, and photography

Reflections from contemporary Uganda: Foreword by Elizabeth Palchik Allen

pp. B-1-B-3

Yea, Let Us Also Praise Famous Men! Transition at half century (1961–2011)

pp. B-4-B-9

Settling the Buganda Question: a peek into the future

pp. B-10-B-25

Weeping Lands, Somewhere in a Field, Ugandan Privilege

pp. B-26-B-33

Sandak Shoes: an excerpt from the unpublished novel The Saint of Desperate Cases

pp. B-34-B-43

Straight Talk on the Gay Question in Uganda

pp. B-44-B-57

Season of Dissent

pp. B-58-B-71

Nkuba Kyeyo: stories from America

pp. B-72-B-87

But Why, Father?: looking back on the legacy of the African Writers Series, fifty years on

pp. B-88-B-105

The Message

pp. B-106-B-114

Notes on Contributors

pp. 115-118

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