Selected Publications

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Yesenia Barragan

“Gendering Mastery: Female Slaveholders in the Colombian Pacific Lowlands,” Slavery & Abolition: A Journal of Slave and Post-Slave Studies (forthcoming), http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0144039X.2017.1356061

“‘To End 500 Years of Great Terror’: Struggles for Peace in the Afro-Colombian Pacific,” NACLA Report on the Americas, Issue 1: #BlackLivesMatter Across the Hemisphere 49 (2017): 56-63, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10714839.2017.1298246

“Death, Slavery, and Spiritual Justice on the Colombian Black Pacific,” Nuevo Mundo, Mundos Nuevos, June 2015, https://journals.openedition.org/nuevomundo/68186

“Free Black Women, Slavery, and the Politics of Place in Chocó, New Granada,” Revista de Estudios Colombianos 47 (enero-junio de 2016): 57-66. http://www.colombianistas.org/Portals/0/Revista/REC-47/47_10_Ensayo_Barragan.pdf

“Uncovering Lisbon’s Forgotten History of Slavery,” Black Perspectives, June 2017, http://www.aaihs.org/uncovering-lisbons-forgotten-history-of-slavery/

“Afro-Latin America and the Black Pacific: An Interview with Sherwin K. Bryant,” Black Perspectives, April 2017, http://www.aaihs.org/afro-latin-america-and-the-black-pacific-an-interview-with-sherwin-k-bryant/

“Christmas and Resistance to Slavery in the Americas,” Black Perspectives, December 2016, http://www.aaihs.org/christmas-and-resistance-to-slavery-in-the-americas/

“Afro-Colombians and the Peace Agreement in Colombia,” Black Perspectives, November 2016, http://www.aaihs.org/author/ybarragan86/

“#BrazilFreedomSchool, Anti-Black Violence, and the Rio Olympics: An Interview with Christen Smith,” Black Perspectives, September 2016, http://www.aaihs.org/brazilfreedomschool-anti-black-violence-and-the-rio-olympics-an-interview-with-christen-smith/

“A Country of Their Own: An American Ex-Slave's Search for Homeland in Panama,” Black Perspectives, August 2016, http://www.aaihs.org/a-country-of-their-own-an-american-ex-slaves-search-for-homeland-in-panama/

“La Esclava Blanca: The New Telenovela Rewriting Colombia's History of Slavery,” Black Perspectives, July 2016, http://www.aaihs.org/la-esclava-blanca-the-new-telenovela-rewriting-colombias-history-of-slavery/

“Afro-Colombian Strike in Chocó: A Historical Reckoning,” Telesur, August 2016, https://www.telesurtv.net/english/opinion/Afro-Colombian-Strike-in-Choco-A-Historical-Reckoning-20160827-0011.html

“Compro-Oro: Cash-for-Gold in Times of Crisis,” ROAR Magazine, January 2016, https://roarmag.org/essays/selling-death-masks-cash-for-gold-excerpt/

“What is Peace Without Justice in Colombia?” Telesur, November 2015, https://www.telesurtv.net/english/opinion/What-is-Peace-Without-Justice-in-Colombia-20151117-0038.html

"Moving on: The Logic of Slavery in the Reparations Debate," Telesur, October 2015, https://www.telesurtv.net/english/opinion/Moving-On-The-Logic-of-Slavery-in-the-Reparations-Debate-20151018-0021.html

“Slaves Patrols and the Murder of Walter Scott,” Telesur, April 2015, https://www.telesurtv.net/english/opinion/Slave-Patrols-and-the-Murder-of-Walter-Scott-20150416-0051.html

“Black Lives Matter in Colombia,” Telesur, December 2014, https://www.telesurtv.net/english/opinion/Black-Lives-Matter-in-Colombia-20141208-0039.html

“Ferguson is the Afterlife of Slavery in the Americas,” Telesur, September 2014, https://www.telesurtv.net/english/opinion/Ferguson-is-the-Afterlife-of-Slavery-in-the-Americas-20140920-0031.html

 “Ricardo Flores Magón and the Anarchist Movement in Southern California” (with Mark Bray), KCET, May 2014, https://www.kcet.org/history-society/ricardo-flores-magon-and-the-anarchist-movement-in-southern-california

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Vaughn A. Booker

"'God's Spirit Lives in Me': Metaphysical Theology in Charleszetta 'Mother' Waddles’ Urban Mission to the Poor," Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions 22.1 (August 2018) (forthcoming)

“Performing, Representing, and Archiving Belief: Religious Expressions among Jazz Musicians,” Religions 7 (8), 108 (2016): available http://www.mdpi.com/2077-1444/7/8/108/html.

“‘An Authentic Record of My Race’: Exploring the Popular Narratives of African American Religion in the Music of Duke Ellington,” Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation 25.1 (2015): 1-36.

Review of Lerone A. Martin, Preaching on Wax: The Phonograph and the Shaping of Modern African American Religion (NYU, 2014) for Journal of Religion and Culture 25 (2015): 111-115, available http://www.jrc-concordia.ca/preaching-on-wax-review/.

“Civil Rights Religion? Rethinking 1950s and 1960s Political Activism for African American Religious History,” Journal of Africana Religions 2.2 (2014): 211-243.

“Abraham Joshua Heschel,” “Mordecai Wyatt Johnson,” “George Dennis Sale Kelsey,” and “Benjamin Elijah Mays,” in The Martin Luther King, Jr., Encyclopedia, ed. Clayborne Carson, et al. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2007).

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Michael A. Chaney

Fugitive Vision: Slave Image and Black Identity in Antebellum Narrative (2008).

“Will Eisner and the Making of A Contract with God.” Forthcoming in Cambridge History of the Graphic Novel, eds. Stephen Tabachnick, Jan Baetens, and Hugo Frey. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.

“Why Call Them Graphic Novels If They’re True? Classifying Fun Home’s Mirrors.” Forthcoming in Approaches to Teaching Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home, ed., Judith Gardiner. New York: MLA Press, 2017.

“Depicting African American Life in Graphics and Visual Cultures.” Forthcoming in A History of African American Autobiography, ed., Joycelyn Moody. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.

“Picturing Black Authorship with and against Stowe’s Lens.” Forthcoming in African American Literature in Transition, Volume 4: 1850-1865, ed. Teresa Zackodnik. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018.

“The Saga of the Animal as Visual Metaphor for Mixed-Race Identity in Comics.” Forthcoming in Animal Comics: Multispecies Storyworlds in Graphic Narratives, ed., David Herman. New York: Bloomsbury, 2017.

Anarchic Strains in the Comics of Ronald Wimberly and Keith Knight.” SubStance: Special Issue on Comics and Anarchy 46.2 (2017): 110-128.

Autobiographical Graphic ‘Novels’ of Childhood.” In Auto/Biography Studies “What’s Next” Special Issue 32.2 (2017).

“On the Nature of the Boundary in Comics Memoir: The Case of March.” In Comics an der Grenze: Sub/Versionen von Form und Inhalt, eds. Matthias Harbeck, Linda-Rabea Heyden, and Marie Schröer. Berlin: Bachmann, 2016. 31-40.

Signifying Marks and The ‘Not Counted’ Inscriptions of Dave the Potter.” Arizona Quarterly 72.4 (Winter 2016): 1-25.

Digression, Slavery, and Failing to Return in The Narrative of the Sufferings of Lewis Clarke.Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly 39.4 (Fall 2016): 511-534.

"Horror Movies With Mom." Prairie Schooner (Fall 2016): 101-110.

The Cartoonal Slave.” In The Psychic Hold of Slavery: Legacies in American Culture, eds. Soyica Colbert, Robert Patterson, and Aida Hussen. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2016. 168-94.

"Dave the Potter and the Churn of Time." Michigan Quarterly Review (Winter 2014): 1-6.

Keeping Pictures, Keeping House: Harriet and Louisa Jacobs, Fanny Fern, and the Unverifiable History of Seeing the Mulatta.” ESQ 59.2 (2013): 263-290.

“Slave Memory Without Words in Kyle Baker’s Nat Turner.” Callaloo 36.2 (2013): 279-297.

“Not Just a Theme: Transnationalism and Form in Visual Narratives of US Slavery.” In Comics at the Crossroads: Transnational Perspectives on Graphic Narratives, eds. Christina Meyer, Shane Denson, and Daniel Stein: New York: Bloomsbury, 2013. 15-32.

“Mulatta Obscura: Camera Tactics and Linda Brent.” In Pictures and Progress, eds. Maurice O. Wallace and Shawn Michelle Smith. Durham: Duke University Press, 2012. 109-31. 

“The Concatenate Poetics of Slavery and the Articulate Material of Dave the Potter.” African American Review 44.4 (2011): 607-18.

“Animal Subjects of the Graphic Novel.” College Literature 38.3 (2011): 129-149. 

"E.E. Cummings's Tom: A Ballet and Uncle Tom's Doll-Dance of Modernism." Journal of Modern Literature 34:2 (2011) 22-44.

“Terrors of the Mirror and the Mise en Abyme of Graphic Novel Autobiography,” College Literature 38:3 (2011) 21-44.

“‘Heartfelt Thanks to Punch for the Picture’: Frederick Douglass and the Transnational Jokework of Slave Caricature,” American Literature 82:1 (2010) 57-90.

“Is There an African American Graphic Novel?” In Approaches to Teaching the Graphic Novel, ed. Stephen Tabachnick. New York: Modern Languages Association Press, 2009. 69-75.

“Drawing on History in Recent African American Graphic Novels,” MELUS: The Journal of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States 32:3 (2007) 175-200.

“International Contexts of the Negro Renaissance.” In Cambridge Companion to the Harlem Renaissance, ed. George Hutchinson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. 41-54.

“The Gothic Aesthetics of Eminem” (co-authored with Jason Lindquist). Gothic Studies 9.1 (2007): 57-68.

“Coloring Whiteness and Blackvoice Minstrelsy: Representations of Race and Place in Static Shock, King of the Hill, and South Park.” Journal of Popular Film & Television 31.4 (2004): 167-75.

“Slave Cyborgs and the Black Infovirus: Ishmael Reed’s Cybernetic Aesthetics,” Modern Fiction Studies 49:2 (2003) 261-283.

Traveling Harlem’s Europe: Vagabondage from Slave Narratives to Gwendolyn Bennett’s ‘Wedding Day’ and Claude McKay’s Banjo.” Journal of Narrative Theory 32.1 (2002): 52-76.

Touring the Spectacle of Slavery at Magnolia Gardens Plantation.” Southern Quarterly 11.4 (2002): 126-40.

Picturing the Mother, Claiming Egypt: My Bondage and My Freedom as Auto(bio)ethnography.” African American Review 35.3 (2001): 391-408.

“The Dismantling Evolution of Heroes: Aquaman’s Amputation.” International Journal of Comic Art 1.2 (1999): 55-65.

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Ayo A. Coly

The Pull of Postcolonial Nationhood: Gender, Migration, and the Claims of Postcolonial Nationhood in Francophone African Literatures. (Lexington Books, 2010)

Homophobic Africa?, editor; special issue of African Studies Review, special issue 56.2 (2013)

 

“Carmen Goes Postcolonial, Carmen Goes Queer: Thinking the Postcolonial as Queer.” Culture, Theory and Critique. 2015

 

“Un/Clothing African Womanhood: Colonial Statements and Postcolonial Discourses of the African Female Body." The Journal of Contemporary African Studies 33.1 (2015): 12-26. 

"Afropean Masculinities as Bricolage.” Francophone Afropean Literatures. Eds Nicki Hitchcott and Dominic Thomas. Liverpool: University of Liverpool Press, 2014. 155-170.

"Homophobic Africa?” African Studies Review 56.2 (2013): 21-32.

“A Pedagogy of the Black Female Body: Angèle Essamba's Black Female Nudes.” Third Text 24.6 (2010): 653-664.

 “Housing and Homing the Black Female Body in France: Calixthe Beyala and the Legacy of Sarah Baartman and Josephine Baker.” Black Womanhood: Icons, Images and Ideologies of the African Body. University of Washington Press, 2008.  259-278.

The Cultures and Letters of the Black Diaspora, editor with Ivy G. Wilson; special issue of Callaoo 30.2 (2007)

 “Black is the Color of the Cosmos or Callaloo and The Cultures of the Diaspora Now,”  with Ivy G. Wilson;  Callaloo 30.2 (2007): 415-419

“Male Wives, Female Husbands: Immigration, Gender and Home.” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature 32.3-4 (2005): 325-342.

“Court Poet and Wild Child: Two Readings of Calixthe Beyala’s Les Honneurs perdus Nottingham French Studies 43.3 (2004): 15-27.

“Neither Here Nor There: Calixthe Beyala’s Collapsing Homes.” Research in African Literatures 33.2 (2002): 34-45.

 

 “Autobiography or Autojustification: Re-reading Bugul’s Le baobab fou.” The Literary Griot 11.2 (1999): 56-69.

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Celina de Sá

“Protective Flow: Capoeira and Black Masculinity in Postcolonial West Africa.” The Black Scholar, Special Issue: Black Masculinities and the Matter of Vulnerability (forthcoming 2019).

“Film Review of Haile Gerima’s ‘Teza’.” African Studies Review 57(3): 252-254 (2014). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

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Laura Edmondson

Performing Trauma in Central Africa: Shadows of Empire. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2018.

Forged in Fire by Okello Kelo Sam, Laura Edmondson, and Robert Ajwang. Voorhees Theatre in Brooklyn, NY. 2015.

“Uganda Is Too Sexy: Reflections on Kony 2012.” TDR 56.3 (Fall 2012). 10-17.

Forged in Fire (play). By Okello Kelo Sam, Laura Edmondson, and Robert Ajwang. Excerpted in Refugee Performance: Practical Encounters. Ed. Michael Balfour. Bristol, UK and Chicago: Intellect Books and the University of Chicago Press, 2012. 61-66.

Eat Like a Bird (play). In Cultural Conversations: Works in Progress, Writers in the Making, ed. Susan B. Russell (Lemont, PA: Eifrig Publishing, 2011), 91-132. 

"Confessions of a Failed Theatre Activist: Intercultural Encounters in Uganda and Rwanda." In Avant-Garde Performance and Material Exchange: Vectors of the Radical, edited by Mike Sell.  Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 41-59.

“Genocide Unbound: Erik Ehn, Rwanda, and an Aesthetics of Discomfort,” Theatre Journal, 61:1 (March 2009): 65-83.

Review essay: "Performing Africa."  African Affairs 109 (2009): 151-160.

“The Poetics of Displacement and the Politics of Genocide in Three Plays about Rwanda,” in Violence Performed: Local Roots and Global Routes of Conflict, edited by Patrick Anderson and Jisha Menon.  Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.  54-78.

Performance and Politics in Tanzania: The Nation on Stage, Indiana University Press, 2007.

“Of Sugarcoating and Hope,” TDR, 51:2 (May 2007): 7-10.

“Marketing Trauma and the Theatre of War in Northern Uganda,” Theatre Journal, 57:3 (2005): 451-474.

“Love in the Time of Dissertations: An Ethnographic Tale,” with R O Ajwang, Qualitative Inquiry, 9:3 (June 2003): 466-480.

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Susanne Freidberg

Susanne Freidberg

2017 "Trading in the secretive commodity," Economy and Society, 46, 3-4, 499-521.

2017 "Big Food, little data: The slow harvest of corporate food supply chain sustainability initiatives," Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 1-18.

2016 "Wicked nutrition: The controversial greening of official dietary advice." Gastronomica, 16, 2, 69-80

2014 "Footprint technopolitics," Geoforum, 55, 178-189. 

2014 "It's complicated: Corporate sustainability and the uneasiness of life cycle assessment," Science as Culture, 10.1080/09505431.2014.942622.

2013. "Calculating sustainability in supply chain capitalism." Economy and Society, 42, 571-96.

2009  Fresh: A Perishable History, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

2010 "Ambiguous appetites: a modern history," Food, Society and Culture, 13, 4, 471-91.

2008 "The triumph of the egg," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 50, 2, 400-23.

2007 "Supermarkets and imperial knowledge," Cultural Geographies, 14, 3, 321-42.

2004 French Beans and Food Scares: Culture and Commerce in an Anxious Age, Oxford.

2004 "The ethical complex of corporate food power." Society and Space, 22, 4, 513-31.

2003 "Cleaning up down South: supermarkets, ethical trade, and African horticulture," Social and Cultural Geography 4, 1, 27-43.

2001 "On the trail of the global green bean: methodological considerations in multi-site ethnography," Global Networks 1, 4, 353-68.

2001 "Gardening on the edge: The social conditions of unsustainability on an African urban periphery," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 91, 2, 349-69.

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Alysia Garrison

“Agamben’s Grammar of the Secret Under the Sign of the Law,” Law and Critique 20.3 (2009): 281-297. 

“Faintly Struggling Things: Inscrutable Life in Beckett’s The Unnamable.” Samuel Beckett: History, Memory, Archive. Ed. Séan Kennedy and Katherine Weiss. New York: Palgrave, 2009. 89-111.

“‘Disdaining Bounds of Place and Time’: John Clare’s Nomadic Poetics.” Blackwell Literature Compass 3.3 (2006): 376-387.

“Hegel,” “Kojève,” “History,” “Common,” and “Derrida,” The Agamben Dictionary. Ed. Alex Murray and Jessica Whyte. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2011.

"James Williams," The Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin American Biography. Ed. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Franklin W. Knight. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016.

"Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel," Agamben's Philosophical Lineage.  Ed. Adam Kotsko and Carlo Salzani.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2017.  138-145.

"The Genuine Memoirs of Miss Faulkner" and “The Modern Atalantis; or the Devil in an Air Balloon" in The Cambridge Guide to the Eighteenth-Century Novel, 1660-1820. Ed. April London. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.

 

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Rashauna Johnson

Slavery's Metropolis: Unfree Labor in New Orleans during the Age of Revolutions (Cambridge, 2016)

"From Saint-Domingue to Dumaine Street: One Family's Journeys from the Haitian Revolution to the Great Migration," Journal of African American History 102, no. 4 (Fall 2017): 427-43.

"A Fragile Empire? Early American Expansion from Below," Reviews in American History 44, no. 3 (September 2016): 411-17.

Co-author, “Prisons and Teaching, From Margins to Center,” Progressive Planning no. 205 (Fall 2015): 33-36.

“Visibility Versus Voice: Enslaved Women in U.S. History and Memory,” Reviews in American History 41, no. 2 (June 2013): 238-245.

“‘Laissez les bons temps rouler!’ and Other Concealments: Households, Taverns, and Irregular Intimacies in Antebellum New Orleans.” In Interconnections: Gender and Race in American History, edited by Alison M. Parker and Carol Faulkner, 19-50. Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2012.

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Deborah K. King

Deborah Karyn King

King, Deborah K. 2010. "Mom-in-Chief:  Community Othermothering and Michelle Obama, The First Lady of the People's House," in Race in the Age of Obama, edited by Donald Cunnigen and Marino A. Bruce.  UK: Emerald Group Publishing. Research in Race and Ethnic Relations Series, Volume 16: 77-123.

“Multiple Jeopardy, Multiple Consciousness: The Context of Black Feminist Ideology,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society,  v14 n1 (Autumn 1988) 88-111.

Durr, Marlese and King, Deborah K.  “Braiding, Slicing, and Dicing:  The African American Woman’s Home as a Site of Work.” (under review)

“Missing the Beat, Unraveling the Threads: Class and Gender in Afro-American Social Issues,” The Black Scholar, 22:3 (Summer 1992) 36-44.

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Abigail Neely

Abigail H. Neely

2015: "Internal Ecologies and the Limits of Local Biologies: A Political Ecology of Tuberculosis in the Time of AIDS," Abigail H. Neely. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105, no. 4: 791-805.

2015: "Relationship and Research Methods: Entanglements, Intra-Action, and Diffraction," Abigail H. Neely and Thokozile Nguse. In Gavin Bridge, Tom Perreault, and James McCarthy, eds., Handbook of Political Ecology. Routledge: 140-9.

2014: "Triangulating Health: Toward a Political Ecology of Health," Paul Jackson and Abigail H. Neely. Progress in Human Geography, published online 31 March 2014.

2010: "'Blame it on the Weeds': Politics, Poverty, and Ecology in the New South Africa," Abigail H. Neely. Journal of Southern African Studies 36, no. 4: 869-887.

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Naaborko Sackeyfio-Lenoch

Books

The Politics of Chieftaincy: Authority and Property in Colonial Ghana, 1920-1950 (University of Rochester Press, Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora Series, 2014).

Articles

"Women’s International Alliances in an Emergent Ghana." Journal of West African History, 4:1 (2018), 27-56.

“The Ghana Trades Union Congress and the Politics of International Labor Alliances, 1957–1971.” International Review of Social History, 62:2 (2017), 191-213.

“Decolonization, Cold War Dynamics and Nation Building in Ghana-Asia Relations: 1957- 1966.” The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 49:1 (2016), 235-253.

“The Politics of Land and Urban Space in Colonial Accra,” History in Africa, 39 (2012): 293-329. 

Keith L. Walker

Keith Louis Walker

Anténor Firmin, Aimé and Suzanne Césaire: In Search of Africa and Ourselves. In L’Esprit Créateur. Johns Hopkins University Press. Baltimore, MD.   HAÏTI PAR-DELÀ LES COMMÉMORATIONS/ HAITI BEYOND COMMEMORATIONS. Vol. 56, No. 1 (Spring 2016), pp. 129–144.

The Great Camouflage: Writings of Dissent (1941-1945) Suzanne Césaire. Keith L. Walker, introduction; Keith L. Walker, translation from the French. Wesleyan University Press (May 2012)​

"The Transformational and Enduring Vision of Aimé Césaire".  Publications of the Modern Language Association (PMLA), May 2010.  Vol. 123, no. 3, pp. 756-763.

Häiti postcoloniale et postmoderne: Le Nègre Crucifié de Gérard Étienne. Post-face essay (French) in new edition of Gérard Étienne, Le Nègre Crucifié, Port-au-Prince, Häiti, Presses Universitaires d"Häiti, Collection L'Intemporelle, 2008, pp. 169-192. / Montréal : Éditions du Marais, 2008.

ABCésaire, with Euzhan Palcy, bilingual French - KLW English translation, 128 p. In Aimé Césaire : une parole pour le 21s siécle / Aimé Césaire.  Euzhan Palcy, Project Director.  3 DVD compilation.  Paris : M. Milo, 2006.

"Le Discours antillais: in The Columbia HIstory of French Thought, L D Kritzman (ed.), (Dec. 2005), 185-187.

"Pero Vaz De Caminha: Para Fijar La Mirada En el Corazon De Tinieblas Del Nuevo Mundo, " Revista De Critica Literaria Latinoamericana, Aõo XXX, 60 (2nd semestre de 2004), 43-55.

"Immigritude or the Pitfalls of Haitian Exilic Experience:  The Cases of Gérard Étienne and Emile Ollivier," in Textualizing the Immigrant Experience in Contemporary Quebec, S. Ireland (ed.), (March 2004). 173-185.

"Not to Exist without Interpretation of Meaning: The Countermodernist Challenge of Sylvia Wynter," Journal of West Indian Literature, 10:1-2 (November 2001) 39-66.

Countermodernism and Francophone Literary Culture: The Game of Slipknot.  Duke University Press, 1999.

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