1. Queering Personhood in the Neo-Slave Narrative: Jewelle Gomez’s The Gilda Stories
  2. Christopher S. Lewis
  3. pp. 447-459
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  1. The Importance of Neglected Intersections: Race and Gender in Contemporary Zombie Texts and Theories
  2. Kinitra D. Brooks
  3. pp. 461-475
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  1. “Youse in New Yawk”: The Gender Politics of Zora Neale Hurston’s “Lost” Caroline Stories
  2. M. Genevieve West
  3. pp. 477-493
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  1. “Belch the pity! / Straddle the city!”: Helene Johnson’s Late Poetry and the Rhetoric of Empowerment
  2. Emily R. Rutter
  3. pp. 495-509
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  1. Sam Rivers: Remembering the Forgotten [RETRACTED]
  2. John G. Rodwan Jr.
  3. pp. 523-535
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  1. Ralph Ellison’s Marxism: The Lumpenproletariat, the Folk, and the Revolution
  2. Nathaniel Mills
  3. pp. 537-554
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  1. Behind the Scenes and Inside Out: Elizabeth Keckly’s Revision of the Slave-Narrative Form
  2. Janet Neary
  3. pp. 555-573
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  1. The Night Before, and: Untitled 2
  2. Travis LeMont Ballenger
  3. pp. 575-576
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  1. The Gatekeeper
  2. Theodore R. Johnson
  3. pp. 577-581
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  1. Cannibal
  2. D. M. Aderibigbe
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  1. Ebony and Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America’s Universities by Craig Steven Wilder (review)
  2. Phyllis K. Leffler
  3. pp. 585-587
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  1. On The Wire by Linda Williams (review)
  2. Joseph Winters
  3. pp. 587-590
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  1. Creating Memorials, Building Identities: The Politics of Memory in the Black Atlantic by Alan Rice (review)
  2. Shelly Jarenski
  3. pp. 590-592
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  1. Art for Equality: The NAACP’s Cultural Campaign for Civil Rights by Jenny Woodley (review)
  2. Matthew Teutsch
  3. pp. 592-594
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  1. The Haverford Discussions: A Black Integrationist Manifesto for Racial Justice ed. by Michael Lackey (review)
  2. William Seraile
  3. pp. 594-596
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 597-598
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