restricted access   Number 41, November 2017

Table of Contents

From the Editor: American Art, Africa, and the Diaspora

pp. 4-5

Augustus Washington: Looks to Liberia

pp. 6-13

The Great Colonial Minstrel Show: Reconsidering Africa in the Art of Palmer Hayden

pp. 14-29

From Transnational to Transafrican: Winold Reiss and Romare Bearden

pp. 30-43

Féral Benga: African Muse of Modernism

pp. 44-59

Marks and Material in Cy Twombly's North African Sketchbooks

pp. 60-73

Transferring the Grace Note: From Rita Dove's Poem to Glenn Ligon's Art

pp. 74-83

Brevity is the Soul of Wit: Amir Nour Between Minimalism and Africanism

pp. 84-107

Tracing Transatlantic Slavery: In Kimathi Donkor's UK Diaspora

pp. 108-124

In the Spirit of Négritude: Kehinde Wiley in Africa

pp. 126-139

Transcultural Conversations: American and Nigerian Art in Dialogue

pp. 140-152

Feedback Between American Art and African Art History

pp. 154-164

Toma Muteba Luntumbue: in Conversation with Z. S. Strother

pp. 166-175

Meteoric Realities: The Fourth Biennale of Lubumbashi

pp. 176-187

Reviews

For Every Real Word Spoken by Phoebe Boswell (review)

pp. 188-191

Sacrifice and Harmony by Kader Attia (review)

pp. 192-197

Mounting Frustration: The Art Museum in the Age of Black Power by Susan E. Cahan (review)

pp. 198-202