1. Introduction: The Performance of Pan-Africanism
  2. Tsitsi Jaji, Martin Munro, David Murphy
  3. pp. vii-xi
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  1. Alioune Diop and the Cultural Politics of Negritude: Reading the First Congress of Black Writers and Artists, 1956
  2. Christopher Bonner
  3. pp. 1-18
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  1. Culture, Race, and the Welfare State: The British Contribution to the 1966 First World Festival of Black and African Culture
  2. Ruth Bush
  3. pp. 19-34
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  1. African Bande Dessinée Festivals and Competitions: Participation, Patronage, and Performance
  2. Michelle Bumatay
  3. pp. 35-48
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  1. Disidentifying African Authors at a French Literary Festival: Mabanckou and Miano at Étonnants Voyageurs
  2. Kristen Stern
  3. pp. 49-67
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  1. Language, Race, and Identity in Adichie's Americanah and Bulowayo's We Need New Names
  2. Jack Taylor
  3. pp. 68-85
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  1. Genocide and Hubristic Masculinity in Adichie's Half of a Yellow Sun
  2. Chigbo Arthur Anyaduba
  3. pp. 86-104
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  1. What Is African Woman? Transgressive Sexuality in 21st-Century African Anglophone Lesbian Fiction as a Redefinition of African Feminism
  2. DOBROTA PUCHEROVA
  3. pp. 105-122
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  1. Between Tradition and Modernity: Practical Resistance and Reform of Culture in Flora Nwapa's Efuru
  2. Nick T. C. Lu
  3. pp. 123-141
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  1. Surviving the African Anthropocene: Dilman Dila's Mutational Aesthetics
  2. Timothy Sean Wright
  3. pp. 142-157
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  1. Beyond the Ethics of Nationalism and Betrayal: Silence, Secrecy, and the Subaltern in Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o's A Grain of Wheat
  2. Kritish Rajbhandari
  3. pp. 158-176
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  1. Caribbean Travel and the "Realistic Shock": Lamming, Naipaul, Condé
  2. William Ghosh
  3. pp. 177-197
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  1. An Epic of the Body and of Memory: Atavism and the Critique of Enlightenment in Driss Chraïbi's Une Enquête au pays
  2. Emily Drumsta
  3. pp. 198-218
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  1. Appropriation Across Borders of a Controversial Novel: Transnational Reception of René Maran's Batouala
  2. Vivan Steemers
  3. pp. 219-237
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  1. Afropolitanism and Cultural Ambivalence in Contemporary Nigerian Drama: A Case Study of Ade Solanke's Pandora's Box
  2. Damlègue Lare
  3. pp. 238-252
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  1. The Poetics of Radical Hope in Abderrahmane Sissako's Film Experience by Olivier-Jean Tchouaffe (review)
  2. James E. Genova
  3. pp. 253-254
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  1. Christopher Okigbo, 1930–67: Thirsting for Sunlight by Obi Nwakanma (review)
  2. Nathan Suhr-Sytsma
  3. pp. 254-257
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  1. From Surviving to Living: Voice, Trauma and Witness in Rwandan Women's Writing by Catherine Gilbert (review)
  2. Madelaine Hron
  3. pp. 257-259
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  1. A Survey of South African Crime Fiction: Critical Analysis and Publishing History by Sam Naidu and Elizabeth Le Roux (review)
  2. Marzia Milazzo
  3. pp. 259-261
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  1. Scoring Race: Jazz, Fiction, and Francophone Africa by Pim Higginson (review)
  2. Eloïse Brezault
  3. pp. 262-263
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  1. Approaches to Teaching the Works of Assia Djebar ed. by Anne Donadey (review)
  2. Lia Nicole Brozgal
  3. pp. 264-265
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  1. Germans on the Kenyan Coast: Land, Charity, and Romance by Nina Berman (review)
  2. Ng'ang'a Muchiri
  3. pp. 265-267
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  1. In the Middle of Nowhere: J. M. Coetzee in South Africa by Jonathan Crewe (review)
  2. Richard Alan Northover
  3. pp. 267-268
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