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The Re-Objectification and Re-Commodification of Saartjie Baartman in Suzan-Lori Parks's Venus

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 699-708

The Re-Objectification and Re-Commodification of Saartjie Baartman in Suzan-Lori Parks's Venus In 1810, amid...

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Black Theatre--The Way it is: An Interview with Woodie King, Jr.

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 647-658

Black Theatre--The Way It Is: An Interview with Woodie King,Jr. Woodie King, Jr., was born in Alabama in 1937 and,...

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The Challenge of Change

Vol.31,
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(1997),
pp 601-609

The Challenge of Change If you begin a journey on the wrong foot, you will end up in the wrong place. (African proverb...

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Signifyin(g) Ritual: Subverting Stereotypes, Salvaging Icons

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 667-675

Si gmfym(g) Ritual: Subverting Stereotypes, Salvaging Icons In recent decades, at least one groundbreaking work of...

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The Date

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 639-646

The Date This play was originally written as a monologue for one woman. Experiments in subsequent productions have...

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In Memoriam: Larry Neal

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 566-

In Memoriam This volume is dedicated to the memory of the poet LARRY NEAL, whose close inspection of the culturally...

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The Colonization of Black Theatre

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 587-590

The Colonization of Black Theatre August Wilson's keynote address to the 1996biennial confer- ence of the Theatre...

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The Musicality of Language: Redefining History in Suzan-Lori Parks's The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 687-698

The Musicality of Language: Redefining History inSuzan-Lori P&'S The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole...

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Alliances Across the Margins

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 595-599

Alliances Across the Margins The August Wilson/Robert Brustein debate held at the Town Hall in New York City in...

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August Wilson's Call: Notes from the Editors

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 565-

August Wilson's Call: Notes from the Editors n a speech delivered on June 26,1996, to the 11th biennial Theatre...

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Divided Images: Black Female Spectatorship and John Stahl's Imitation of Life

Vol.32,
No.3,
(1998),
pp 481-491

Divided Images: Black Female Spectatorship and John Stahl's Imitation of Lifie In her discussion of the maternal...

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The Double Truth, Ruth: Do the Right Thing and the Culture of Ambiguity

Vol.32,
No.2,
(1998),
pp 215-227

The Double Truth,Ruth:Do theRight Zhhgand the Culture of Ambiguity In "Of Our Spiritual Strivings," the...

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The Negro in Art Week: Defining the "New Negro" Through Art Exhibition

Vol.31,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 75-89

The Negro in Art Week:Defining the "New Negro" ThroughArt Exhibition . . . just as utopia signifies "...

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History, Myth, and Revolt in Lorraine Hansberry's Les Blancs

Vol.32,
No.2,
(1998),
pp 273-283

History, Myth, andRevolt inLorraine Hansberry's Les Blancs Lorraine Hansberry began drafting Les Blancs (The...

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A Transplant that Did not Take: August Wilson's Views on the Great Migration

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 659-666

A Transplant That Did Not Take: August Wilson's Views on the Great Migration 0n two occasions, I have witnessed...

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Racial Hysteria: Female Pathology and Race Politics in Frances Harper's Iola Leroy and W. D. Howells's An Imperative Duty

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 7-23

Racial Hysteria: Female Pathology and Race Politics in Frances Harper's Iola Leroy and W.D. Howells's An...

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The Lonesome Boy Theme as Emblem for Arna Bontemps's Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 23-31

The Lonesome Boy Theme as Emblem for Arna Bontempsfs Children's Literature In a letter dated March 2,1955,...

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Elephants: Reply

Vol.93,
No.4,
(2003),
pp 1446-1448

Elephants: Reply Erwin H. Bulte et al. (2003) note that the rules of the Convention on International Trade in...

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Keeping an "Old Wound" Alive: The Marrow of Tradition and the Legacy of Wilmington

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 231-243

Keeping an "Old Wound" Alive: TheMmow of Traditionand the Legacy of Wilmington The historical and...

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Hysteria and Trauma in Pauline Hopkins' Of One Blood; or, the Hidden Self

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 245-260

Hysteria andTrauma in Pauline Hopkins' Of One Blood; Or, the Hidden Self Though the medical and psychological...

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Somebody Else's Foremother: David Haynes and Zora Neale Hurston

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 283-297

Somebody Else's Foremother: David Haynes and Zora Neale Hurston If there is a single distinguishing feature of the...

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"Mislike Me Not for My Complexion...": Ira Aldridge in Whiteface

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 347-354

"* Ira "Mislike Me Not for My Complexion ... . Aldridge in Whiteface Ira Aldridge, the first important black...

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Representation, Race, and the "Language" of the Ineffable in Toni Morrison's Narrative

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 313-324

Representation, Race, andthe "Language" of The Ineffable in Toni Morrison's Narrative bell hooks has...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 94-95

Stephen Todd Booker is incarcerated in the Florida State Prison. His most recent collection of poetry is Swiffly,...

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June Jordan and the New Black Intellectuals

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 57-71

June Jordan and the New Black Intellectuals In Race Matters, Cornell West states that "the time is past for black...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 82-83

Salah Mahdi Abood lives in Roxbury, Massachusetts, a famous black neighborhood in Boston known for its rich history and...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 100-

Reginald S. Lewis resides in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. His poems, plays, stories, and essays have appeared in a wide...

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"To a Place Blessed": For Margaret Walker

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 5-6

"To a Place Blessed": For Margaret Walker 0n November 30,1998, Margaret Walker Alexander, at the age of 83,...

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The Re-Objectification and Re-Commodification of Saartjie Baartman in Suzan-Lori Parks's Venus

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 699-708

The Re-Objectification and Re-Commodification of Saartjie Baartman in Suzan-Lori Parks's Venus In 1810, amid...

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Black Theatre--The Way it is: An Interview with Woodie King, Jr.

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 647-658

Black Theatre--The Way It Is: An Interview with Woodie King,Jr. Woodie King, Jr., was born in Alabama in 1937 and,...

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The Challenge of Change

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 601-609

The Challenge of Change If you begin a journey on the wrong foot, you will end up in the wrong place. (African proverb...

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Signifyin(g) Ritual: Subverting Stereotypes, Salvaging Icons

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 667-675

Si gmfym(g) Ritual: Subverting Stereotypes, Salvaging Icons In recent decades, at least one groundbreaking work of...

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The Date

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 639-646

The Date This play was originally written as a monologue for one woman. Experiments in subsequent productions have...

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In Memoriam: Larry Neal

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 566-

In Memoriam This volume is dedicated to the memory of the poet LARRY NEAL, whose close inspection of the culturally...

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The Colonization of Black Theatre

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 587-590

The Colonization of Black Theatre August Wilson's keynote address to the 1996biennial confer- ence of the Theatre...

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The Musicality of Language: Redefining History in Suzan-Lori Parks's The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 687-698

The Musicality of Language: Redefining History inSuzan-Lori P&'S The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole...

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Alliances Across the Margins

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 595-599

Alliances Across the Margins The August Wilson/Robert Brustein debate held at the Town Hall in New York City in...

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August Wilson's Call: Notes from the Editors

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 565-

August Wilson's Call: Notes from the Editors n a speech delivered on June 26,1996, to the 11th biennial Theatre...

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The Re-Objectification and Re-Commodification of Saartjie Baartman in Suzan-Lori Parks's Venus

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 699-708

The Re-Objectification and Re-Commodification of Saartjie Baartman in Suzan-Lori Parks's Venus In 1810, amid...

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Black Theatre--The Way it is: An Interview with Woodie King, Jr.

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 647-658

Black Theatre--The Way It Is: An Interview with Woodie King,Jr. Woodie King, Jr., was born in Alabama in 1937 and,...

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The Challenge of Change

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 601-609

The Challenge of Change If you begin a journey on the wrong foot, you will end up in the wrong place. (African proverb...

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Signifyin(g) Ritual: Subverting Stereotypes, Salvaging Icons

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 667-675

Si gmfym(g) Ritual: Subverting Stereotypes, Salvaging Icons In recent decades, at least one groundbreaking work of...

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The Date

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 639-646

The Date This play was originally written as a monologue for one woman. Experiments in subsequent productions have...

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In Memoriam: Larry Neal

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 566-

In Memoriam This volume is dedicated to the memory of the poet LARRY NEAL, whose close inspection of the culturally...

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The Colonization of Black Theatre

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 587-590

The Colonization of Black Theatre August Wilson's keynote address to the 1996biennial confer- ence of the Theatre...

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The Musicality of Language: Redefining History in Suzan-Lori Parks's The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 687-698

The Musicality of Language: Redefining History inSuzan-Lori P&'S The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole...

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Alliances Across the Margins

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 595-599

Alliances Across the Margins The August Wilson/Robert Brustein debate held at the Town Hall in New York City in...

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August Wilson's Call: Notes from the Editors

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 565-

August Wilson's Call: Notes from the Editors n a speech delivered on June 26,1996, to the 11th biennial Theatre...

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