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Vol.31,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 455-462

(contains samples of program music, "Gangsta's Paradise," and The Baptism) Every night when the blues...

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Memories of Sterling Brown

Vol.31,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 433-435

Memories of Sterling Brown Nearly fifty years ago, Sterling Brown lived a short distance across the street from the...

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The Horror of Bigger Thomas: The Perception of Form without Face in Richard Wright's Native Son

Vol.31,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 497-504

The Horror of Bigger Thomas: The Perception of Form without Face in Richard Wright's Na five Son Richard Wright...

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Developing Black Performing Arts Institutions (from a 1996 Video Interview)

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 611-615

Developing Black Performing Arts Institutions (from a 1996 video interview) As the ETA Creative Arts Foundation is in...

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Culture Wars

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 579-586

Culture Wars 0n June 26,1996, before a cross-section of America's theater community gathered in Princeton, N.J....

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Non-Traditional Casting (an Open Letter)

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 591-594

Non-Traditional Casting (an open letter) Dear Members of the American Theater Community, We can continue to publish...

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Do Black Theatre Institutions Translate into Great Drama?

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 633-637

Do Black Theatre Institutions Translate into Great Drama? Helen Taylor, in reviewing Classic Plays from the Negro...

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Noise/Funk: Fo' Real Black Theatre on 'Da Great White Way

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 677-686

Noise/Funk Fo' Real Black Theatre on 'Da Great White Way Son of Jim Crow, Grandson of Ole Massa, is alive,...

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The Motion of Herstory: Three Plays by Pearl Cleage

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 709-712

The Motion of Herstory: Three Plays by Pearl Cleage Pearl Cleage, highly regarded poet and essayist, first gained...

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Generation Next, or The Future of Bad Hair (Text for a Film by Greg Tate and Arthur Jafa)

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 629-631

Generation Next, or The Future of Bad Hair(text for a film by greg tate and arthur jafa) Mama Tate says there are fifty...

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Migrant Labor, Folklore, and Resistance in Hurston's Polk County: Reframing Mules and Men

Vol.33,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 467-479

MigrantLabor, Folklore, andResistance in Hurston's Polk County: Reframing Mules and Men In a recent article...

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Du Bois the Novelist: White Influence, Black Spirit, and The Quest of the Silver Fleece

Vol.33,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 389-400

DuBois the Novelist: White Influence, Black Spirit, and The Quest of the Silver Fleece W hen writing about a canonical...

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Brief Historiography of Chicano Community Studies

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Sterling A. Brown and the Afro-Modern Moment

Vol.31,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 393-397

Sterling A. Brown and the Afro-Modern Moment When Robert Penn Warren wrote his highly ironic line "Nigger, your...

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Beloved: Ideologies in Conflict, Improvised Subjects

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 105-123

Beloved:Ideologies in Conflict, Improvised Subjects My father, by his nature, as well as by the habit of transacting...

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"The World in a Jug and the Stopper in Her Hand": Their Eyes as Blues Performance

Vol.32,
No.3,
(1998),
pp 401-414

"The World in a Jugand the Stopper in [Her] Hand": TheirEyes as Blues Performance In her essays and...

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"To Take the Sin Out of Slicing Trees...": The Law of the Tree in Beloved

Vol.31,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 41-54

"To take the sin out of slicing trees .. ." :The Law of the Tree in Beloved When Baby Suggs, Beloved's...

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The Fourth Face: The Image of God in Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye

Vol.32,
No.2,
(1998),
pp 293-303

The Fourth Face: The Image of God in Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye Religious references, both from Western and...

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The World Would Do Better to Ask Why is Frimbo Sherlock Holmes?: Investigating Liminality in Rudolph Fisher's The Conjure-Man Dies

Vol.32,
No.4,
(1998),
pp 607-619

The World Would Do Better to Ask Why is Frimbo Sherlock Holmes?: Investigating ~iminalit~ in Rudolph Fisher's The...

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The Mirror and the Veil: The Passing Novel and the Quest for American Racial Identity

Vol.33,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 401-415

The Mirror and the Veil: The Passing Novel and the Quest for American Racial Identity I rushed up into my own little...

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Saint's Progeny: Assotto Saint, Gay Black Poets, and Poetic Agency in the Field of the Queer Symbolic

Vol.33,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 507-518

Saint's Progeny: Assotto Saint, Gay Black Poets, and Poetic ~~enc~in the Field of the Queer Symbolic agency is the...

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Migrant Labor, Folklore, and Resistance in Hurston's Polk County: Reframing Mules and Men

Vol.33,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 467-479

MigrantLabor, Folklore, andResistance in Hurston's Polk County: Reframing Mules and Men In a recent article...

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Answering "The Waste Land": Robert Hayden and the Rise of the African American Poetic Sequence

Vol.33,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 487-506

Answering "The Waste Land": Robert Hayden and the Rise of the African American Poetic Sequence April of...

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From No Man's Land to Mother-Land: Emasculation and Nationalism in Richard Wright's Depression Era Urban Novels

Vol.33,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 451-466

  From No Man's Land to Mother-land: Emasculation and Nationalism in Richard Wright's Depression Era Urban...

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Violence, Home, and Community in Toni Morrison's Beloved

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 325-345

Violence, Home, and Cornunity in Toni Morrison's Beloved The terms home and community are frequently uttered with...

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Reading the Painterly Text: Clarence Major's "The Slave Trade: View from the Middle Passage"

Vol.32,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 209-229

Reading the Painterly Text: Clarence Major's "The Slave Trade: View from the Middle Passage" Many...

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"I'm not the Boy You Want": Sexuality, "Race," and Thwarted Revelation in Baldwin's Another Country

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 261-281

"I'mnot the boy you want": Sexuality, "Race," and Thwarted b eve la ti on in Baldwin's...

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Folk Culture and Masculine Identity in Charles Burnett's To Sleep with Anger

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 299-311

Folk Culture and Masculine Identity in Charles Burnett's ToSleep with Anger A major concern of story-telling...

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Unmaking the Male Body: The Politics of Masculinity in The Long Dream

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 197-207

Unmaking the Male Body:The Politics of Masculinity in meLong Dream How you construct your identity is predicated on...

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Vol.31,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 455-462

(contains samples of program music, "Gangsta's Paradise," and The Baptism) Every night when the blues...

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Memories of Sterling Brown

Vol.31,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 433-435

Memories of Sterling Brown Nearly fifty years ago, Sterling Brown lived a short distance across the street from the...

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The Horror of Bigger Thomas: The Perception of Form without Face in Richard Wright's Native Son

Vol.31,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 497-504

The Horror of Bigger Thomas: The Perception of Form without Face in Richard Wright's Na five Son Richard Wright...

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Developing Black Performing Arts Institutions (from a 1996 Video Interview)

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 611-615

Developing Black Performing Arts Institutions (from a 1996 video interview) As the ETA Creative Arts Foundation is in...

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Culture Wars

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 579-586

Culture Wars 0n June 26,1996, before a cross-section of America's theater community gathered in Princeton, N.J....

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Non-Traditional Casting (an Open Letter)

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 591-594

Non-Traditional Casting (an open letter) Dear Members of the American Theater Community, We can continue to publish...

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Do Black Theatre Institutions Translate into Great Drama?

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 633-637

Do Black Theatre Institutions Translate into Great Drama? Helen Taylor, in reviewing Classic Plays from the Negro...

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Noise/Funk: Fo' Real Black Theatre on 'Da Great White Way

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 677-686

Noise/Funk Fo' Real Black Theatre on 'Da Great White Way Son of Jim Crow, Grandson of Ole Massa, is alive,...

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The Motion of Herstory: Three Plays by Pearl Cleage

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 709-712

The Motion of Herstory: Three Plays by Pearl Cleage Pearl Cleage, highly regarded poet and essayist, first gained...

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Generation Next, or The Future of Bad Hair (Text for a Film by Greg Tate and Arthur Jafa)

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 629-631

Generation Next, or The Future of Bad Hair(text for a film by greg tate and arthur jafa) Mama Tate says there are fifty...

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Vol.31,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 455-462

(contains samples of program music, "Gangsta's Paradise," and The Baptism) Every night when the blues...

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Memories of Sterling Brown

Vol.31,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 433-435

Memories of Sterling Brown Nearly fifty years ago, Sterling Brown lived a short distance across the street from the...

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The Horror of Bigger Thomas: The Perception of Form without Face in Richard Wright's Native Son

Vol.31,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 497-504

The Horror of Bigger Thomas: The Perception of Form without Face in Richard Wright's Na five Son Richard Wright...

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Developing Black Performing Arts Institutions (from a 1996 Video Interview)

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 611-615

Developing Black Performing Arts Institutions (from a 1996 video interview) As the ETA Creative Arts Foundation is in...

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Culture Wars

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 579-586

Culture Wars 0n June 26,1996, before a cross-section of America's theater community gathered in Princeton, N.J....

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Non-Traditional Casting (an Open Letter)

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 591-594

Non-Traditional Casting (an open letter) Dear Members of the American Theater Community, We can continue to publish...

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Do Black Theatre Institutions Translate into Great Drama?

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 633-637

Do Black Theatre Institutions Translate into Great Drama? Helen Taylor, in reviewing Classic Plays from the Negro...

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Noise/Funk: Fo' Real Black Theatre on 'Da Great White Way

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 677-686

Noise/Funk Fo' Real Black Theatre on 'Da Great White Way Son of Jim Crow, Grandson of Ole Massa, is alive,...

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The Motion of Herstory: Three Plays by Pearl Cleage

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 709-712

The Motion of Herstory: Three Plays by Pearl Cleage Pearl Cleage, highly regarded poet and essayist, first gained...

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Generation Next, or The Future of Bad Hair (Text for a Film by Greg Tate and Arthur Jafa)

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 629-631

Generation Next, or The Future of Bad Hair(text for a film by greg tate and arthur jafa) Mama Tate says there are fifty...

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