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Articles from African American Review (September 22, 2012)

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"Fasten your shackles": remembering slavery and laughing about it in George C. Wolfe's "The Colored Museum". Knight, Christina Critical essay 10479
"Sound of Kuduro knocking at my door": Kuduro Dance and the poetics of debility. Young, Hershini Critical essay 8322
"Spectacular opacities": the Hyers Sisters' performances of respectability and resistance. Buckner, Jocelyn L. Critical essay 9573
"The people inside my head, too": madness, black womanhood, and the radical performance of Lauryn Hill. Bruce, La Marr Jurelle Critical essay 14173
A new kind of black soldier: performing revolution in The Spook Who Sat by the Door. Reich, Elizabeth Critical essay 10604
Amputation. Omorotionmwan, Philana Poem 239
Aria for Ethiopia: the operatic aesthetic of Pauline Hopkins's Of One Blood. Aljoe, Nicole N. Critical essay 9230
Carriage House on John Street, Providence, RI. Clemmons, Zinzi Poem 181
Cassandra Jackson. Violence, Visual Culture, and the Black Male Body. McFarlane-Harris, Jennifer Book review 3246
Cauchemar. Omorotionmwan, Philana Poem 222
Come and Find Me. Clemmons, Zinzi Poem 384
Conversation: Tree & Cotton. Williams, Phillip B. Poem 465
Dinah the African. Cimprich, Vickie 113
Dry Spell. King, Cindy Poem 110
Eds. Richard Carlin and Kinshasha Holman Conwill. Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing: How the Apollo Theater Shaped American Entertainment. Bascom, Lionel C. Book review 591
Eds. Shirley A. Stave and Justine Tally. Toni Morrison's A Mercy: Critical Approaches. Mayberry, Susan Neal Book review 2726
Eliza Potter. A Hairdresser's Experience in High Life. Foreman, P. Gabrielle Book review 2907
Erica R. Edwards. Charisma and the Fictions of Black Leadership. Wagner, Bryan Book review 1203
Evelyn Jaffe Schreiber. Race, Trauma, and Home in the Novels of Toni Morrison. Jesser, Nancy Book review 1002
Haiku. Mills, David (American writer) Poem 109
Home Song. King, Cindy Poem 149
I Ararat (First Ararat). Williams, Phillip B. Poem 421
In Search of Asylum: The Later Writings of Eric Walrond. Niblett, Michael Book review 1600
Introduction: on black performance. Colbert, Soyica Editorial 963
Kimberly N. Ruffin. Black on Earth: African American Ecoliterary Traditions. Hicks, Scott Book review 1520
Leigh Raiford. Imprisoned in a Luminous Glare: Photography and the African American Freedom Struggle. Duganne, Erina Book review 1271
Michelle Alexander. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Tucker, Terrence Book review 1642
Minkah Makalani. In the Cause of Freedom: Radical Black Internationalism from Harlem to London, 1917-1939. Boyce-Davies, Carole Book review 2891
Mother's Abduction. Cimprich, Vickie Poem 201
Mrs. Watson. Gould, Charles Short story 3732
My Daddy General Montgomery. Cimprich, Vickie Poem 178
Robert E. Terrill, ed.: The Cambridge Companion to Malcolm X. Eddy, Robert Book review 1643
She wears the masks: bluefacing in Nilaja Sun's "Black and Blue" and "La Nubia Latina". Herrera, Patricia Critical essay 11192
Stand-In for a Shooting Star. King, Cindy Poem 114
Suzanne E. Smith. To Serve the Living: Funeral Directors and the African American Way of Death. Barrett, Ronald K. Book review 828
The Black Family. Cimprich, Vickie Poem 207
The case of Rihanna: erotic violence and black female desire. Fleetwood, Nicole R. Critical essay 10170
The science of freedom: counterarchives of racial science on the antebellum stage. Rusert, Britt Critical essay 11909
This Murdered Earth. Mills, David (American writer) Sonnet 142
Utopian movements: Nikki Giovanni and the convocation following the Virginia Tech Massacre. Bernstein, Robin Critical essay 9568
Vapor. Williams, Phillip B. 295
What We Say to the Water. Jarrett, T.J. Poem 104
William Brewster at Niskeyuna, 1778. Cimprich, Vickie Poem 366

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