1. Introduction: James H. Cone and Black Theology in Africana Perspective
  2. Sylvester A. Johnson, Edward E. Curtis IV
  3. pp. v-vi
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Articles

  1. "In the Hope That They Can Make Their Own Future": James H. Cone and the Third World
  2. Matthew M. Harris, Tyler B. Davis
  3. pp. 189-212
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  1. The Rupture of Identity and Identification in James Cone's Africana Theology of Existence
  2. Christophe Ringer
  3. pp. 213-233
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  1. I Know It Was the Blood: Prophetic Initiation and Retributive Justice in the Narratives of John Marrant, Nat Turner, and Frederick Douglass
  2. Alphonso F. Saville
  3. pp. 234-254
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  1. Liberation or Reconstruction? Black Theology as Unfinished Business in South Africa
  2. Demaine Solomons, John Klaasen
  3. pp. 255-272
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Short Essay

  1. Black Theology Project: Organizational Gift, Intellectual Apparatus—Legacies of Dr. James Cone
  2. Jualynne E. Dodson
  3. pp. 273-281
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Primary Source

  1. James Cone: A Black Theologian's Reflection
  2. N'Kosi Oates
  3. pp. 282-286
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Roundtable

Laura Grillo’s An Intimate Rebuke: Female Genital Power in Ritual and Politics in West Africa: A Roundtable Discussion

  1. Introduction
  2. Adriaan Van Klinken
  3. pp. 287-291
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  1. At the Edge of Time: Postcolonial Temporalities in An Intimate Rebuke
  2. Sîan Melvill Hawthorne
  3. pp. 291-299
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  1. Mothers of Invention: Gender, Strategic Essentialism, and Women's Genital Power in West Africa
  2. Joseph Hellweg
  3. pp. 299-307
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  1. Feminine Ritual Power and African Politics
  2. Jacob Olupona
  3. pp. 307-310
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  1. Matri-archive: A New Portal to Knowledge Production in African Studies
  2. Dianne M. Stewart
  3. pp. 310-315
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  1. Excavating the Matri-archive: The Author's Response
  2. Laura S. Grillo
  3. pp. 316-322
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