1. MELUS and MELUS: From the Beginning
  2. Joseph T. Skerrett Jr.
  3. pp. 8-12
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  1. Multi-Ethnic “Literature” of the “United States”: Thinking Beyond the Borders
  2. Martha J. Cutter
  3. pp. 13-17
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  1. MELUS: A Community of Intellectuals, Scholars, and Teachers for Forty Years
  2. A Yęmisi Jimoh
  3. pp. 18-20
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  1. MELUS, MELUS, and the Crossroads of Cultures
  2. John Wharton Lowe
  3. pp. 21-26
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  1. Maternity and Black Women’s Citizenship in Frances Watkins Harper’s Early Poetry and Late Prose
  2. Stephanie Farrar
  3. pp. 52-75
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  1. ElAdiós Tejas” in El Corrido Pensilvanio: Migration, Place, and Politics in South Texas
  2. Jaime Javier Rodríguez
  3. pp. 76-98
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  1. “A New Kind of Music”: Jazz Improvisation and the Diasporic Dissonance of Paule Marshall’s The Fisher King
  2. John Lowney
  3. pp. 99-123
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  1. Don’t Let Me Be Lonely: The Trans-Corporeal Ethics of Claudia Rankine’s Investigative Poetics
  2. Tana Jean Welch
  3. pp. 124-148
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  1. Gwendolyn Brooks’s Black Aesthetic of the Domestic
  2. Courtney Thorsson
  3. pp. 149-176
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  1. “Truth is Always Both”: An Interview with Rhina P. Espaillat
  2. Nancy Kang
  3. pp. 177-194
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  1. “Come. Glory in My Wonder’s Will”: An Interview with Wanda Coleman
  2. Jennifer Ryan
  3. pp. 195-205
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  1. On Anger: Race, Cognition, Narrative by Sue J. Kim (review)
  2. Kanishka Chowdhury
  3. pp. 206-208
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  1. Visionary Women Writers of Chicago’s Black Arts Movement by Carmen L. Phelps (review)
  2. Brittney Edmonds
  3. pp. 206-208
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  1. Difficult Diasporas: The Transnational Feminist Aesthetic of the Black Atlantic by Samantha Pinto (review)
  2. Kelly Baker Josephs
  3. pp. 209-211
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  1. Anthem: Social Movements and the Sound of Solidarity in the African Diaspora by Shana L. Redmond (review)
  2. Ian Green
  3. pp. 212-214
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  1. Mark My Words: Native Women Mapping Our Nations by Mishuana Goeman (review)
  2. Anne Mai Yee Jansen
  3. pp. 215-217
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  1. Editor’s Introduction: Multi-Ethnic Poetry, Song, and Music
  2. Gary Totten
  3. pp. 1-7
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 221-224
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