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The Black Star Line: The De-Mystification of Marcus Garvey

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 713-716

The Black Star Line:The De-Mystification of Marcus Garvey In the American heartland, Chicago's esteemed Goodman...

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The Crisis of Black Theatre Identity

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 567-578

The Crisis of Black Theatre Identity We done sold Africa for the price of tomatoes. We done sold ourselves to the whi:...

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The Old Settler is Far from Settled

Vol.31,
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(1997),
pp 717-721

me Old SetLler Is Far from Settled The Intiman Theatre in Seattle, Washington, is celebrating its twenty-fifth...

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Escaping the Tar-and-Feather Future of African American Theatre

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 617-620

Escaping the Tar-and-Feather Future of African American Theatre These brief remarks question which ropes might be used...

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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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The National Black Theatre Summit "On Golden Pond"--March 2-7, 1998

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 621-627

The National Black Theatre Summit "On Golden Pondu-March 2-7,1998 You've taken my blues and gone- You sing...

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Commitment to Change: The Council on Interracial Books for Children and the World of Children's Books

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 17-22

Commitment to Change: The Council on Interracial Books for Children and the World of Children's Books This is a...

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African-American Children and the Case for Community: Eleanora Tate's South Carolina Trilogy

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 85-92

African-American Children and the Case for Community: Eleanora Tate's South Carolina Trilogy African-American...

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Evoking the "Holy and the Horrible": Conversations with Joyce Carol Thomas

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 139-146

Evoking the "Holy andthe Horrible": Conversations with Joyce Carol Thomas Joyce Carol Thomas is a poet,...

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A Selected Bibliography for the Study of African American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 157-

A Selected Bibliography for the Study of African American Children's Literature Books The African-American...

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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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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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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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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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"The Laws were Laid Down to Me Anew": Harriet Jacobs and the Reframing of Legal Fictions

Vol.32,
No.2,
(1998),
pp 229-245

"The laws were laid down to me anew": Harriet Jacobsandthe Reframing of Legal FictionsThe narrative of...

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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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The Rhetoric of Quilts: Creating Identity in African-American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 67-76

The Rhetoric of Quilts: Creating Identity in African- American Children's Literature Learning to read and write...

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New Tracks on Dust Tracks: Toward a Reassessment of the Life of Zora Neale Hurston

Vol.31,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 5-21

New Tracks on Dust Tracks:Toward a Reassessment of the Life of Zora Neale Hurston zora Neale Hurston identified a...

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"Nothing Was Lost in the Masquerade": The Protean Performance of Genre and Identity in Charles Johnson's Oxherding Tale

Vol.33,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 417-437

"Nothing was Lost in the Masquerade": The Protean Performance of Genre and Identity in Charles Johnson's...

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Beneath the Black Aesthetic: James Baldwin's Primer of Black American Masculinity

Vol.32,
No.2,
(1998),
pp 247-261

Beneath the Black Aesthetic: James Baldwin's Primer of Black American Masculinity It has become commonplace to...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 97-99

Peggy Ann Tartt lives in New York City. Room You've heard all this before. Mother falls asleep on the sofa,...

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Ä Bigger's Place": Lynching and Specularity in Richard Wright's "Fire and Cloud" and Native Son

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 125-133

"A Bligger's Place": Lynching and Specularity in Richard Wright's "Fire and Cloud'' and...

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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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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 92-93

Linwood M. Ross of Port Chester, NY, IS a prolific poet-play- wright and author. His work has been featured in AAR on...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 84-85

Jennifer E. Smith is a writer living in Washington, D.C. Her work has appeared in many publications including African...

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"Payin' One's Dues": Expatriation as Personal Experience and Paradigm in the Works of James Baldwin

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 135-148

"Payin' One's Dues": Expatriation as Personal Experience and Paradigm in the Works of James Baldwin...

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Between the Rock and the Hard Place: Mediating Spaces in Harriet Jacobs's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 43-56

Between the Rock and the Hard Place: Mediating Spacesin Harriet Jacobs's Incidents in the Life ofa  Slave...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 101-104

Edward Bruce Bynum, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and Director of the Behavioral Medicine Clinic of the University...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 86-87

Carole Boston Weatherford is the author of the poetry chap- book The Tan Chanteuse and Juneteenth Jamboree, the first...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 90-91

Bro. Yao (Hoke S. Glover Ill) is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland's M.F.A. program. He is the father...

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The Black Star Line: The De-Mystification of Marcus Garvey

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 713-716

The Black Star Line:The De-Mystification of Marcus Garvey In the American heartland, Chicago's esteemed Goodman...

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The Crisis of Black Theatre Identity

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 567-578

The Crisis of Black Theatre Identity We done sold Africa for the price of tomatoes. We done sold ourselves to the whi:...

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The Old Settler is Far from Settled

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 717-721

me Old SetLler Is Far from Settled The Intiman Theatre in Seattle, Washington, is celebrating its twenty-fifth...

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Escaping the Tar-and-Feather Future of African American Theatre

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 617-620

Escaping the Tar-and-Feather Future of African American Theatre These brief remarks question which ropes might be used...

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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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The National Black Theatre Summit "On Golden Pond"--March 2-7, 1998

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 621-627

The National Black Theatre Summit "On Golden Pondu-March 2-7,1998 You've taken my blues and gone- You sing...

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Commitment to Change: The Council on Interracial Books for Children and the World of Children's Books

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 17-22

Commitment to Change: The Council on Interracial Books for Children and the World of Children's Books This is a...

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African-American Children and the Case for Community: Eleanora Tate's South Carolina Trilogy

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 85-92

African-American Children and the Case for Community: Eleanora Tate's South Carolina Trilogy African-American...

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Evoking the "Holy and the Horrible": Conversations with Joyce Carol Thomas

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 139-146

Evoking the "Holy andthe Horrible": Conversations with Joyce Carol Thomas Joyce Carol Thomas is a poet,...

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A Selected Bibliography for the Study of African American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 157-

A Selected Bibliography for the Study of African American Children's Literature Books The African-American...

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The Black Star Line: The De-Mystification of Marcus Garvey

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 713-716

The Black Star Line:The De-Mystification of Marcus Garvey In the American heartland, Chicago's esteemed Goodman...

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The Crisis of Black Theatre Identity

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 567-578

The Crisis of Black Theatre Identity We done sold Africa for the price of tomatoes. We done sold ourselves to the whi:...

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The Old Settler is Far from Settled

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 717-721

me Old SetLler Is Far from Settled The Intiman Theatre in Seattle, Washington, is celebrating its twenty-fifth...

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Escaping the Tar-and-Feather Future of African American Theatre

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 617-620

Escaping the Tar-and-Feather Future of African American Theatre These brief remarks question which ropes might be used...

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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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The National Black Theatre Summit "On Golden Pond"--March 2-7, 1998

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 621-627

The National Black Theatre Summit "On Golden Pondu-March 2-7,1998 You've taken my blues and gone- You sing...

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Commitment to Change: The Council on Interracial Books for Children and the World of Children's Books

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 17-22

Commitment to Change: The Council on Interracial Books for Children and the World of Children's Books This is a...

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African-American Children and the Case for Community: Eleanora Tate's South Carolina Trilogy

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 85-92

African-American Children and the Case for Community: Eleanora Tate's South Carolina Trilogy African-American...

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Evoking the "Holy and the Horrible": Conversations with Joyce Carol Thomas

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 139-146

Evoking the "Holy andthe Horrible": Conversations with Joyce Carol Thomas Joyce Carol Thomas is a poet,...

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A Selected Bibliography for the Study of African American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 157-

A Selected Bibliography for the Study of African American Children's Literature Books The African-American...

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