1. We Need New Diasporas
  2. Yogita Goyal
  3. pp. 640-663
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  1. The New Black Novel and the Long War on Terror
  2. Erica R. Edwards
  3. pp. 664-681
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  1. Black Grotesquerie
  2. Aliyyah I. Abdur-Rahman
  3. pp. 682-703
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  1. "Put My Thang Down, Flip It and Reverse It": Black Women's Interstitial Languages of Body and Desire
  2. Mecca Jamilah Sullivan
  3. pp. 704-725
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  1. Not Being and Blackness: Percival Everett and the Uncanny Forms of Racial Incorporation
  2. Rolland Murray
  3. pp. 726-752
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  1. Trayvon Martin, Topdog/Underdog, and the Tragedy Trap
  2. Patricia Stuelke
  3. pp. 753-778
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  1. Black Refusal, Black Magic: Reading African American Literature Now
  2. Candice M. Jenkins
  3. pp. 779-789
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  1. Black Literature Matters; or Making It New
  2. Darryl Dickson-Carr
  3. pp. 790-798
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  1. The Twenty-First-Century Black Studies Turn to Melancholy
  2. Margo Natalie Crawford
  3. pp. 799-807
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  1. Corrigendum
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  1. Erratum
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  1. Introduction: What Is Twenty-First-Century African American Literature?
  2. Stephanie Li
  3. pp. 631-639
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