In this Issue
- Number 29 (Volume 13, Number 2), June 2009
- Guest Editor: Glyne A. Griffith
Small Axe focuses on the renewal of practices of intellectual criticism. It recognizes a tradition of social, political, and cultural criticism in and about regional/disasporic Caribbean and honors that tradition but also argues with it because it is through such argument that a tradition renews itself.
published byDuke University Press
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Table of Contents
- What Is This Black in Black Diaspora?
- pp. 26-38
- The Asian Other in the Caribbean
- pp. 57-71
- Where to Find Me
- pp. 90-94
- What Do Jamaicans Mean by Ole Negar?
- pp. 118-127
- The Photograph as a Receptacle of Memory
- pp. 128-134
- A Day Off from Dementia
- pp. 135-142
- The Act of Painting
- pp. 143-147
- Sonia Boyce and Crop Over
- pp. 148-163
- Catching the Wind
- pp. 200-209
- Travels with Anthropology
- pp. 210-217
- Further Travels
- pp. 218-228
- Preface: Diasporas of the Imagination
- pp. vii-x
- pp. 229-233
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