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Charles Henry Rowell, founder and editor of Callaloo literary magazine and professor of English at Texas A& M wins the Madam C.J. Walker Award. Nov 30, 2018 578
Race Sounds: The Art of Listening in African American Literature. Book review Sep 1, 2018 200
Getting in formation: story in the service of social justice. Ards, Angela Essay Mar 1, 2017 2081
TEA CAKES AND SWEET POTATO PIE FOR ALL: Student Responses to African American Stories in Mathematics. Corp, Amy Report Jan 1, 2017 5861
Barberos y la narracion de las relaciones raciales en "Benito Cereno" de Melville y "La muneca" de Chesnutt. Puxan-Oliva, Marta Critical essay Dec 1, 2016 8295
The Alfred and Bernice Ligon Aquarian Collection at CSU Dominguez Hills. Sep 1, 2016 445
From disposability to recycling: William Faulkner and the new politics of rewriting in Jesmyn Ward's Salvage The Bones. Moynihan, Sinead Critical essay Dec 22, 2015 8777
The roof of a southern home: A reimagined and usable south in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun. Murray, William Dec 22, 2015 6813
Editor's note. Luis, William Column Mar 22, 2015 1691
Redefining motherhood in African American neo-slave narratives: "beloved", Dessa "Rose", and "Corregidora"". Osaki, Lillian Critical essay Dec 1, 2014 7616
Black girls write! Literary benefits of a summer writing collaborative grounded in history. Muhammad, Gholnecsar "Gholdy" Essay Jul 1, 2014 3056
In Habitations of the Veil: Metaphor and the Poetics of Black Being in African American Literature. Book review May 1, 2014 122
"Space is the place". Ford, James Edward, III Critical essay Mar 22, 2014 2787
My Take and "I'm slammin deaths door," a Eulogy for Amiri Baraka. Taylor, Clyde; Troupe, Quincy In memoriam Mar 22, 2014 1109
Do you have any skin in the game? Blockett, Kimberly Essay Jan 1, 2014 908
Out of the kitchen of the house of fiction. Fabi, M. Giulia Essay Jan 1, 2014 1370
Twenty-first-century African American literary studies as movement. Beavers, Herman Essay Jan 1, 2014 875
Race and the mind/body problems. Bassard, Katherine Clay Essay Jan 1, 2014 1003
Whiteness visible. Ernest, John Essay Jan 1, 2014 782
The trouble with magic: conjuring the past in New York City parks. Elliott, Zetta Critical essay Dec 22, 2013 9463
Each hour redeem; time and justice in African American literature. Book review Aug 1, 2013 299
A riff, a call, and a response: reframing the problem that led to our being tokens in ethnic and gender studies; or, where are we going anyway and with whom will we travel? Essay Jun 1, 2013 6998
In search of Heidi Durrow within a black woman's literary tradition: on reading The Girl Who Fell from the Sky. Marshall, Jennifer Freeman Critical essay Apr 1, 2013 3903
The empire abroad and the empire at home; African American literature and the era of overseas expansion. Book review Feb 1, 2013 160
Introduction: on black performance. Colbert, Soyica Editorial Sep 22, 2012 963
Ancient Kemet in African American literature and criticism, 1853 to the present. Temple, Christel N. Essay Jun 15, 2012 8621
Tipping on a tight rope; divas in African American literature. Brief article Jun 1, 2012 111
African American Literary Counter-narratives in the Post-Civil Rights Era. Clyburn, Tifffani A. Author abstract Mar 1, 2012 296
Icons of African American literature; the Black literary world. Book review Dec 1, 2011 166
Integrating African American literature in the library and classroom. Book review Dec 1, 2011 157
Freud upside down; African American literature and psychoanalytic culture. Book review Feb 1, 2011 204
The trope of the mulatta woman in the cottage in nineteenth-century African American literature. Barnes, Paula C. Critical essay Jun 22, 2010 10205
A conversation with Ntozake Shange: Alexs Pate's interview with Ntozake Shange was part of the NOMMO African American Authors Series, a program of the Givens Foundation for African American Literature with support from the University of Minnesota. Pate, Alexs Interview Jun 22, 2010 5860
Black outlaws; race, law, and male subjectivity in African American literature and culture. Brief article May 1, 2010 129
A life in Proverbs: an interview with Anand Prahlad. Kuelker, Michael Interview Dec 22, 2009 4240
Up Close and Personal: Edwidge Danticat on Haitian Identity and the Writer's Life. Adisa, Opal Palmer Interview Jun 22, 2009 7919
The case against Whiteness in William Wells Brown's Clotel. Frye, Katie Critical essay Jun 22, 2009 5464
Lebert Joseph to the rescue: a positive trickster in Paule Marshall's Praisesong for the widow. Lavender, Isiah, III Critical essay Jun 22, 2009 7506
The Centennial Richard Wright Conference in Paris. Boyd, Melba Joyce Cover story Mar 22, 2009 5113
Jena, Abu Ghraib, and Katrina: using popular culture to teach Wright's works. Madigan, Mark Critical essay Mar 22, 2009 3588
Voice in African American history. Recommended readings Mar 1, 2009 5472
Portraits of piety: authenticating strategies in slave narratives and two antebellum African-American novels. Bailey, Ted Critical essay Jan 1, 2009 9117
African American historiography and community history preservation: a position paper. Fordham, Monroe Jan 1, 2009 594
African American literature as spiritual witness: the poetic example of Margaret Alexander Walker. Pierce, Yolanda Critical essay Jan 1, 2009 1582
An interview with Chad Parmenter. Shepherd, Reginald Interview Sep 1, 2008 4401
Regarding others. Napier, Winston Critical essay Jun 22, 2008 2861
A negative Utopia: protest memory and the spatio-symbolism of civil rights literature and photography. Trodd, Zoe Critical essay Mar 22, 2008 8164
Native Geography: Richard Wright's Work for the Federal Writers' Project in Chicago. Hathaway, Rosemary Essay Mar 22, 2008 4628
A profeminist approach to African American male characters. Cools, Janice Essay Jan 1, 2008 4352
Reading/photographs: Emma Dunham Kelley-Hawkins's Four Girls at Cottage City, Victoria Earle Matthews, and the Woman's Era. Foreman, P. Gabrielle Essay Jun 1, 2007 11776
Addition by subtraction: toward a literary history of racial representation. Jarrett, Gene Andrew Jun 1, 2007 2787
"Hurry up, please. It's time," said the white Rabbit as S/he followed Bre'r Rabbit into the briar patch. Foster, Frances Smith Jun 1, 2007 3626
Meanwhile, back at the crypt: new black vampire and horror tales are so sexy. Staples, Cynthia E. Sep 1, 2006 1581
Flying off the shelves. Sep 1, 2006 743
Urban lit goes legit: authors headline new ventures to bring street cred into the world of corporate publishing. Young, Earni Sep 1, 2006 2250
"The most dangerous organization in America": forty years after the founding of the Black Panther Party, new books amplify the story of courage, martyrdom and futility. Beauford, Fred Sep 1, 2006 1956
Worlds of change: the latest scholarly works for fall and winter release. Jamison, Sandra L. Sep 1, 2006 1457
Hard labor: scholars chronicle the relationship of African Americans to unions and the industrialization of America. Crum, Dana Sep 1, 2006 1279
Beloved beloved. Dodson, Angela P. Editorial Jul 1, 2006 576
The new bestsellers: titles with ready-made audiences and mega-media support are delivering new challenges and rewards to publishers. Smikle, Ken Cover story Jul 1, 2006 1917
Well, it can't hurt ... does the New York Times best-seller list matter for black books? Dawkins, Wayne Jul 1, 2006 1527
Selected titles: here are brief takes on some recent novels and nonfiction books by independent authors. Grimes, Lisa Jul 1, 2006 461
"The strangest freaks of despotism": queer sexuality in Antebellum African American slave narratives. Abdur-Rahman, Aliyyah I. Critical essay Jun 22, 2006 8830
The conspiracy of masculinity in Ishmael Reed. Strombeck, Andrew Critical essay Jun 22, 2006 7278
The art of Tom Dent: notes on early evidence. Ward, Jerry W., Jr. Critical essay Jun 22, 2006 3419
Nellie McKay--a memorial. Moody, Joycelyn Editorial Mar 22, 2006 20931
"The Nellie Tree," or, disbanding the Wheatley Court. Rutledge, Gregory Mar 22, 2006 15882
"A direction of one's own": alienation in Mrs. Dalloway and Sula. Fulton, Lorie Watkins Mar 22, 2006 6967
Fading to white, fading away: biracial bodies in Michelle Cliff's Abeng and Danzy Senna's Caucasia. Dagbovie, Sika Alaine Mar 22, 2006 10732
"In the glad flesh of my fear": Corporeal Inscriptions in Richard Bruce Nugent's Geisha Man. Schmidt, Tyler T. Mar 22, 2006 6654
Zora Neale Hurston's construction of authenticity through ethnographic innovation. Staple, Jennifer Critical essay Mar 22, 2006 5033
Dual heritage: new resources offer clues to the hidden legacy of Afro-Native American kinships. Meeks, Nia Ngina Jan 1, 2006 1377
Just the facts: reference works on African Americans are foundations of a good home library. Carter, Zakia Bibliography Jan 1, 2006 1341
Between mission and message: just how Christian is this "Christian fiction"? Sanders, Alvelyn J. Jan 1, 2006 2108
BIBR's best of 2005: a roundup of the year's best books from a bumper crop of new novels by seasoned African American talents, as well as noteworthy debuts. Nov 1, 2005 1497
The city that reads together ... as "One Book" programs mushroom, so do sales for a select few African American authors. Young, Earni Nov 1, 2005 1405
Retail report--2005: Florida bookseller comes full circle, as others take off in new directions. Osborne, Gwendolyn E. Nov 1, 2005 1245
What might have been: where research ends and imagination takes over in fiction. Southgate, Martha Nov 1, 2005 1290
University presses just keep on rollin': a roundup of fall and winter releases from the halls of academia. Jamison, Sandra L. Sep 1, 2005 1254
Strategies of subversion: the deconstruction of madness in Eva's Man, Corregidora, and Beloved. Escoda Agusti, Clara Jun 1, 2005 5708
Library as a legacy: start by investing in some good books about collecting African American books. Meeks, Nia Ngina May 1, 2005 880
"We looked like salt and pepper": children's perception of race in short stories by southern women writers. Bulgozdi, Imola Essay Jan 1, 2005 5370
William Faulkner reprised: isolation in Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon. Fulton, Lorie Watkins Critical essay Dec 22, 2004 6973
"Ten minutes for seven letters": song as key to narrative revision in Toni Morrison's Beloved. Wolfe, Joanna Critical Essay Oct 1, 2004 9314
"Try to refrain from that desire": self-control and violent passion in Oscar Micheaux's African American Western. Johnson, Michael K. Critical Essay Sep 22, 2004 11194
National socialism and blood-sacrifice in Zora Neale Hurston's Moses, Man of the Mountain. Thompson, Mark Christian Critical Essay Sep 22, 2004 13695
Not entirely strange, but not entirely friendly either: images of Jews in African American passing novels through the Harlem renaissance. Meyer, Adam Critical Essay Sep 22, 2004 6353
"Like a violin for the wind to play": lyrical approaches to lynching by Hughes, Du Bois, and Toomer. Banks, Kimberly Critical Essay Sep 22, 2004 9182
Inverting history in Octavia Butler's postmodern slave narrative. Steinberg, Marc Critical Essay Sep 22, 2004 6044
Hard-boiled black easy: genre conventions in A Red Death. Gray, W. Russel Critical Essay Sep 22, 2004 5728
"Passing on" death: stealing life in Toni Morrison's Paradise. Aguiar, Sarah Appleton Critical Essay Sep 22, 2004 4294
It's urban, it's real, but is this literature? Controversy rages over a new genre whose sales are headed off the charts. Mingo, Yvette Sep 1, 2004 1892
Cultural rhythms of summer reading. Cox, William E. Editorial Jul 1, 2004 457
To everything a season. Dodson, Angela P. Editorial Jul 1, 2004 612
Hot summer reads: something hot, not too heavy: sizzling selections for summer: the books everybody will be reading and talking about this summer, or at least the ones the publishers hope will catch fire. Bibliography Jul 1, 2004 3837
Atlanta's August Book Club confab: Curtis Bunn's National Book Club Conference convenes for its second year. Houser, Pat Jul 1, 2004 595
Other titles of interest. Bibliography Jul 1, 2004 169
The goings-on at the 2004 BookExpo: this year, all eyes and ears in the publishing industry will focus on Chicago, host city of BookExpo America. Green, Robin May 1, 2004 1136
"American Dream" classics for kids: the American Library Association's Coretta Scott King Awards, now celebrating its 35th year, set a standard for African American literature for children. Atkins, Elizabeth Mar 1, 2004 1241
The dream lives on. Jan 1, 2004 408
Hip-hop lit. Dodson, Angela P. Brief Article Jan 1, 2004 274
Return to romance. Brief Article Jan 1, 2004 118
Black America's popular historian: Lerone Bennett Jr. almost retired after 50 years at Ebony. Now his next five books, like his first 10 works, will have to be written after hours, too. Dawkins, Wayne Jan 1, 2004 882
Guess who's coming to a theater near you? Only a few movies adapted from books by black authors make their way to the silver screen. A handful of intriguing projects now in development are poised to beat new and diversified paths through Hollywood. Ross, Michael E. Jan 1, 2004 1403
Blair Underwood goes for the greenlight: a six-year journey to develop and star in a film based on Tananarive Due's My Soul to Keep catches fire in a partnership with an enthusiastic studio. Here's the story so far in bringing one popular black novel to the screen. McHenry, Susan Cover Story Jan 1, 2004 1686
To each, his or her own genre: five hot African American writers who are creating novels for every kind of popular taste. Davis, Bernadette Adams Jan 1, 2004 1101
Precocious kid authors: three youthful writers make their own successful way into print. Murray, Victoria Christopher Jan 1, 2004 654
Readers & writers, ink: contributors to an anthology create an alliance. Houser, Pat Jan 1, 2004 706
Black history for the young: books recommended for every age that teach about our heritage. Bibliography Jan 1, 2004 1030
Just Us Books 15th anniversary. Brief Article Jan 1, 2004 171
The African American book fair. Rust, Suzanne Jan 1, 2004 450
Dead letter office: conspiracy, trauma, and Song of Solomon's posthumous communication. Rothberg, Michael Critical Essay Dec 22, 2003 9819
Rumors of Grace: white masculinity in Pauline Hopkins's contending forces. McCoy, Beth Critical Essay Dec 22, 2003 7681
Race, human empathy, and negative capability: the poetry of Yusef Komunyakaa (1). Salas, Angela M. Critical Essay Sep 22, 2003 9087
Banned somewhere in the U.S.A.: many African American classics are consigned to another insidious "black list". Reynolds, Clarence V. Sep 1, 2003 808
The trials and triumphs of American literature. Fleming, Robert Sep 1, 2003 2385
Home on my mind: novels about special places in our history. (Fiction). Jul 1, 2003 2908
Baraka's bohemian blues. Gennari, John Critical Essay Jun 22, 2003 4284
Salute to fathers. (Ebony Bookshelf). Jun 1, 2003 1040
"1 + 1 = 3" and other dilemmas: reading vertigo in Invisible Man, My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, and Song of Solomon. Thomas, Valorie D. Mar 22, 2003 8132
Master-slave dialectics in Charles Johnson's "The Education of Mingo". Selzer, Linda Mar 22, 2003 6126
Also noted. Mar 1, 2003 822
From history's pen. (Ebony Bookshelf). Feb 1, 2003 456
The big book push: from the King holiday through Black History Month, publishers do their biggest business in African-American books. But is it the best way to promote black literary culture? Irish-Underwood, Lesleigh Jan 1, 2003 1775
"Illuminating the darkened corridors": an interview with Alexs Pate. Link, Katherine Interview Dec 22, 2002 8468
Crossing Western space, or the HooDoo detective on the boundary in Ishmael Reed's Mumbo Jumbo. Swope, Richard Dec 22, 2002 11100
Golden gray and the talking book: identity as a site of artful construction in Toni Morrison's Jazz. Brown, Caroline Dec 22, 2002 8261
An abiku-ogbanje Atlas: a pre-text for rereading Soyinka's Ake and Morrison's Beloved. Dec 22, 2002 9532
Pauline Hopkins's Of One Blood, Africa, and the "Darwinist trap". Japtok, Martin Critical Essay Sep 22, 2002 7834
Constructing childhood: the Christian Recorder and literature for black children, 1854-1865. Haywood, Chanta M. Sep 22, 2002 6891
Other works received. Bibliography Sep 22, 2002 8499
Writer on the Left: Class and Race in Ellison's Early Fiction. Mazurek, Raymond A. Critical Essay Sep 22, 2002 12473
Book reviewing, African-American style. Coleman, Wanda Sep 16, 2002 3034
BIBR talks with Connie Briscoe. Green-Cary, Robin Interview Sep 1, 2002 895
Role reversal: Hollywood writers take their act from print to screen and vice versa. Kennedy, Lisa Jul 1, 2002 2182
The art of black writers collectives. Moore, Lenard D. Jul 1, 2002 2014
Art, literature, and the Harlem Renaissance: the messages of God's Trombones. Carroll, Anne Critical Essay Jun 22, 2002 10541
Spring cleaning, spiritual healing. (faith). Hunt, Sharita Editorial May 1, 2002 1956
Jailhouse bards. (self publishing). Murray, Victoria Christopher May 1, 2002 821
Events corner. Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 230
The new literary blackface. Jordan, Jennifer Mar 1, 2002 1350
Deals. (between the lines). Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 200
Solid gold: the Black Writers Alliance, formerly the African American Online Writers Guild, presented their 2001 Gold Pen Awards at a banquet held during the 2001 Black Writers Reunion and Conference in Dallas, Texas. Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 309
Expatriate genius: a black man from America's heartland, Chester B. Himes (1909-1984) wandered from pre-med studies to prison to poverty and exile in Europe. Still, he became a writer's writer. (tribute). Lindsay, Tony Critical Essay Nov 1, 2001 1033
Connoisseurs, cognoscenti & collectors: black book enthusiasts are transforming their personal libraries into meaningful collections--and a few are finding gold in their sentimental attachments. Bowman, Elizabeth Atkins Nov 1, 2001 1422
from the editor-in-chief. COX, WILLIAM E. Editorial Sep 1, 2001 384
From the Streets to the Ivory Tower. McHENRY, SUSAN Sep 1, 2001 1136
Self-published authors are going mainstream. Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 82
Roots: The Silver Anniversary. Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 165
Romance writer extraordinaire Francis Ray celebrated the release of her latest book. Jones, Mondella S. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 81
After the success of their romance book imprint Arabesque, the first line of original African-American romance novels from a major publishing house, BET Books has launched Sepia, a bold new imprint featuring fiction from award-winning authors as well as new voices. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 89
on the shelf. JONES, MONDELLA S. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 189
A Brief History of African-American Mysteries. Lindsay, Tony Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 470
The Legacy of GHETTO PULP FICTION. Osborne, Gwendolyn Critical Essay Sep 1, 2001 1377
WHY HIP-HOP HEADS LOVE DONALD GOINES. Grant, Tracy Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 819
OLD SCHOOL MASTERS OF BLAXPLOITATION LIT. G.O. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 807
Ebony Accents in the Ivory Tower. Dodson, Angela Sep 1, 2001 2421
Recent and Forthcoming Black-Interest Titles from University Presses. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 833
Package Makes Perfect. Murray, Victoria Christopher Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 780
Reading the Fine Print. McHENRY, SUSAN Jul 1, 2001 693
Toni Morrison, Oprah Winfrey, and Postmodern Popular Audiences. Young, John Jun 22, 2001 14007
"A Gentleman of Superior Cultivation and Refinement": Recovering the Biography of Frank J. Webb. Gardner, Eric Jun 22, 2001 7461
The slave narrative: its influence upon black publishing and literature. Chrisman, Robert Jun 22, 2001 3362
God's Reading Rainbow. Hunt, Sharita Brief Article May 1, 2001 815
Things not seen. Hunt, Sharita Brief Article May 1, 2001 285
Soul Food. Bibliography May 1, 2001 675
Nonfiction Titles. Brief Article May 1, 2001 118
Stocking Bargain Bin. Dodson, Angela May 1, 2001 2035
OnLine Booksellers. Thomas, Michele D. Brief Article May 1, 2001 170
Web Wonders. Estrada, Sheryl Brief Article May 1, 2001 279
Let's Hear It for the Boys. Houser, Pat Brief Article May 1, 2001 727
CLIMBING THE CRYSTAL STAIR. Brief Article May 1, 2001 346
Alternative Choices. Brief Article May 1, 2001 254
Tough Issues, Tender Minds. Bashir, Samiya A. Critical Essay May 1, 2001 1145
A New Hystery: History and Hysteria in Toni Morrison's Beloved. Parker, Emma Critical Essay Mar 22, 2001 7358
Phenomenal Women, Everyday Poets. McHENRY, SUSAN Brief Article Mar 1, 2001 598
Literary Motherland. Estrada, Sheryl Brief Article Mar 1, 2001 562
Calculating African American Bestsellers. Dodson, Angela Mar 1, 2001 1292
The Author-Book Club Connection. Houser, Pat Brief Article Mar 1, 2001 938
Black. Shavers, Rone Jan 1, 2001 1346
Online Booksellers. Thomas, Michele D. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 81
BOOKSHELF. Bibliography Nov 1, 2000 2336
A Good Man is Hard to Find. Murray, Victoria Christopher Nov 1, 2000 2041
African-American Authors. Nelson, Corinne Oct 1, 2000 1179
Haiti and Black Transnationalism: Remapping the Migrant Geography of Home to Harlem. Lowney, John Critical Essay Sep 22, 2000 10570
W. E. B. Du Bois vs. "the Sons of the Fathers" [1]: A Reading of The Souls of Black Folk in the Context of American Nationalism. Velikova, Roumiana Critical Essay Sep 22, 2000 7326
Neither Fish, flesh, Nor Fowl: Race and Region in the Writings of Charles W. Chesnutt. Fleischmann, Anne Critical Essay Sep 22, 2000 7819
"The Kindergarten of New Consciousness": Gwendolyn Brooks and the Social Construction of Childhood. Flynn, Richard Critical Essay Sep 22, 2000 10603
The Map and the Territory: An Interview with Michael S. Harper. Antonucci, Michael Interview Sep 22, 2000 4825
executive editor's view. MCHENRY, SUSAN Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 638
From the Wild, Wild West to Harlem's Literary Salons. Samuels, Wilfred D. Sep 1, 2000 1286
The Whole World View. Woods, Regina L. Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 288
Reconnecting to the Wonder ... McHENRY, SUSAN Jul 1, 2000 479
Working the "Black Expo" Circuit. Dodson, Angela Jul 1, 2000 1554
An(other) way to mean: a Lacanian reading of Langston Hughes' Montage of a Dream Deferred. Eggers, Paul Critical Essay Jun 1, 2000 5084
The Story Must Go On and On: The Fantastic, Narration, and Intertextuality in Toni Morrison's Beloved and Jazz. Cutter, Martha J. Critical Essay Mar 22, 2000 9327
Embodying Cultural Memory in Paule Marshall's Praisesong for the Widow. Rogers, Susan Critical Essay Mar 22, 2000 10685
Faith flight (from Salvation Song). Young, Reggie Excerpt Mar 22, 2000 8595
The Worm Against the Word: The Hermeneutical Challenge in Hurston's Jonah's Gourd Vine. Ciuba, Gary Critical Essay Mar 22, 2000 8910
To "Flash White Light from Ebony": The Problem of Modernism in Jean Toomer's Cane. KODAT, CATHERINE GUNTHER Critical Essay Mar 22, 2000 8624
Another Country. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 172
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner: Folklore, Folkloristics, and African American Literary Criticism. Prahlad, Anand Dec 22, 1999 6204
PUBLISHING STREAMS AND THE FUTURE. Adero, Malaika; Madgett, Naomi Cornelia Long Dec 22, 1999 1961
Models of Memory and Romance: The Dual Endings of Toni Morrison's Beloved. CARDEN, MARY PANICCIA Dec 22, 1999 11815
BOOKSHELF. Bibliography Dec 1, 1999 1524
CHARLES W. CHESNUTT, THE CONJURE WOMAN, AND THE RACIAL LIMITS OF LITERARY MEDIATION. Petrie, Paul R. Critical Essay Sep 22, 1999 9259
BOOKSHELF. Bibliography Jul 1, 1999 1126
EBONY BOOKSHELF. Golden, Marita Brief Article May 1, 1999 722
Teaching African-American literature in Turkey: the politics of pedagogy. Demirturk, E. Lale Mar 22, 1999 4769
Black portraits in African-American literature: a perspective from 1920-1996, including the Midwest. Aronson, Marilyn Carlson Oct 1, 1998 4658
PLENTY OF ROOM FOR US ALL? PARTICIPATION AND PREJUDICE IN CHARLES CHESNUTT'S DIALECT TALES. Wonham, Henry B. Sep 22, 1998 6733
Nella Larsen's 'Passing' and the fading subject. Sullivan, Neil Sep 22, 1998 8985
Zora Neale Hurston and the post-modern self in 'Dust Tracks on a Road.' Walker, Pierre A. Sep 22, 1998 8593
"The world in a jug and the stopper in (her) hand": 'Their Eyes' as blues performance. Johnson, Maria V. Sep 22, 1998 8693
Looking into the self that is no self: an examination of subjectivity in 'Beloved.' Holden-Kirwan, Jennifer L. Sep 22, 1998 7452
An interview with Brent Wade. Leak, Jeffrey B. Interview Sep 22, 1998 4800
"Kin' o'rough jestice fer a parson": Pauline Hopkins's 'Winona' and the politics of reconstructing history. Patterson, Martha H. Sep 22, 1998 9866
The new "New Negro": recasting the Harlem Renaissance. Berg, Allison Bibliography Sep 22, 1998 4015
Family and Community Secrets: Secrecy in the Works of James Baldwin. SHANNON, JANET HARRISON Sep 22, 1998 6321
To blot it all out: the politics of realism in Richard Wright's 'Native Son.'. DeCoste, Damon Marcel Mar 22, 1998 10865
Kalamu ya Salaam: a primary bibliography (in progress). Ward, Jerry W., Jr. Bibliography Dec 22, 1997 9762
III. Postbellum (1865-1920). Bibliography Aug 6, 1997 6223
Black letters on a white page: in a new compendium of African American literature, a world of politics. Passaro, Vince Jul 1, 1997 4378
Imagining slavery: Toni Morrison and Charles Johnson. Parrish, Timothy L. Mar 22, 1997 8163
Samuel R. Delany: an introduction. Sallis, James Sep 22, 1996 2729
Black man/gay man/writer ... prodigy: the quest for identity in Delany's early work. Lunde, David Sep 22, 1996 4528
Reconstructing motherhood: Pauline Hopkins' 'Contending Forces.' Berg, Allison Sep 22, 1996 8031
"Strange, history. Complicated, too": Ishmael Reed's use of African-American history in 'Flight to Canada.' Davis, Matthew R. Sep 22, 1996 4633
"So you want a history, do you?": epistemologies and 'The Chaneysville Incident.' Kubitschek, Missy Dehn Sep 22, 1996 8215
Introduction: history and the African-American Voice. Winchell, Donna Haisty Sep 22, 1996 901
Cries of outrage: three novelists' use of history. Winchell, Donna Haisty Critical essay Sep 22, 1996 6724
"Strange, history. Complicated, too": Ishmael Reed's use of African-American history in Flight to Canada. Davis, Matthew R. Sep 22, 1996 4639
"So you want a history, do you?": epistemologies and The Chaneysville Incident. Kubitschek, Missy Dehn Critical essay Sep 22, 1996 8227
"The ring of singing metal on wood": Zora Neale Hurston's artistry in "The Gilded Six-Bits". Chinn, Nancy; Dunn, Elizabeth E. Critical essay Sep 22, 1996 7349
The house a ghost built: nommo, allegory and the ethics of reading in Toni Morrison's 'Beloved.' Handley, William R. Dec 22, 1995 10365
The mystery of Walter Mosley. Whetstone, Muriel L. Dec 1, 1995 1130
Teaching to the contemporary crisis: notes on English 223 - prison, race and social justice. Carey-Webb, Allen Oct 1, 1995 7580
Black Christ, red flag: Langston Hughes on Scottsboro. Thurston, Michael Oct 1, 1995 9472
From the far side of the urban frontier: the detective fiction of Chester Himes and Walter Mosley. Crooks, Robert Oct 1, 1995 10883
"Leavin' a mark on the wor(l)d": marksmen and marked men in 'Middle Passage.' Goudie, S.X. Mar 22, 1995 8499
Writing a new chapter in book publishing: African Americans are making money doing what others thought impossible; getting blacks to buy hardcover books. But do we have the clout? Brown, Carolyn M, Industry Overview Feb 1, 1995 3183
THe year of the Black author. Feb 1, 1995 598
Recovering the conjure woman: texts and contexts in Gloria Naylor's 'Mama Day.' (Black Women's Culture Issue) Tucker, Lindsey Jun 22, 1994 9353
Giving blood to the scraps, haints, history, and Hosea in 'Beloved.' (Black Women's Culture Issue) Broad, Robert L. Jun 22, 1994 4252
Early black women playwrights and the dual liberation motif. Harris, Will Jun 22, 1994 9650
Bakhtin in African American literary theory. Jun 22, 1994 12018
Listening to the lower frequencies: Ralph Ellison (1914-1994). McPherson, James Alan Obituary Jun 22, 1994 2229
Our love/hate relationship with Zora Neale Hurston. Williams, Donna M. Biography Jan 1, 1994 1824
"If you know I have a history, you will respect me": a perspective on Afro-Native American literature. Holland, Sharon P. Jan 1, 1994 9178
Blues, history and the dramaturgy of August Wilson. Plum, Jay Dec 22, 1993 3624
Speaking of the body's pain: Harriet Wilson's 'Our Nig.' (Women's Culture Issue) Davis, Cynthia J. Sep 22, 1993 7881
"The whole picture" in Gloria Naylor's 'Mama Day.' (Women's Culture Issue) Meisenhelder, Susan Sep 22, 1993 8991
Reading Mammy: the subject of relation in Sherley Anne Williams' 'Dessa Rose.' (Women's Culture Issue) Rushdy, Ashraf H.A. Sep 22, 1993 15309
"'... Ah said Ah'd save de text for you'": recontextualizing the sermon to tell (her)story in Zora Neale Hurston's 'Their Eyes Were Watching God.' (Black South Fiction, Art, Culture) Hubbard, Dolan Jun 22, 1993 6808
Bontemps and the Old South. Jones, Kirkland C. Jun 22, 1993 3745
"'His feet on your neck'": the new religion in the works of Ernest J. Gaines. Papa, Lee Jun 22, 1993 3865
Alice Walker's vision of the South in 'The Third Life of Grange Copeland.' (Black South Fiction, Art, Culture) Butler, Robert James Jun 22, 1993 5430
The fusion of ideas: an interview with Margaret Walker Alexander. Graham, Maryemma Interview Jun 22, 1993 4338
Albert Murray: literary reconstruction of the vernacular community. Carson, Warren Jun 22, 1993 5053
The necessity of blacks' writing fiction about the South. Andrews, Raymond Jun 22, 1993 1276
Fire-casting an eternal de-fascination with death: writing about the South, and the responsible necessity of reading and knowing black South writing in the quest for Afrikan world salvation and restitution. Cheatwood, Kiarri T.-H. Jun 22, 1993 7525
African-American critical discourse and the invention of cultural identities. Olaniyan, Tejumola Dec 22, 1992 7204
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