Table of contents for African diasporas : ancestors, migrations and borders / edited by Robert Cancel, Winifred Woodhull.

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Contents
Introduction
	Winifred Woodhull					 1
Reflections on Diaspora
The Sixties in Bamako: Malick Sidibé and James Brown	 5
	Manthia Diawara
Toting the Nation Sack: The African Origins of African American Spiritual Works and Philosophies 
	Teresa N. Washington					 32
Daughters of the Dust: Julie Dash¿s ¿Diasporic Elsewhere¿ 
	Mary Jane Androne				 62
Lifting ¿The Yoke of the Wrong Name¿: How Walcott Uses Character Names to Negotiate a Positive Afro-Caribbean Diasporic Identity in Omeros
	Aaron C. Eastley					 70
Errant Bodies/Erring Stories: Remembering Bodies/Disordering Stories in The Pagoda and The Sand Child
	Esther Lezra						 80
Caribbean Border Crossers: Negotiating Identity and Ideas of Home
	Irene Mata						 107
Witch or Feminist¿Anowa and Tituba: A comparative study of two postcolonial female characters
	Irmary Reyes-Santos					 115
Native Alienation Effects: Harnessing the Liquid Historical Irritants in the Facile Solidarity of African Abroad and Black Who Goes Back
	Ben B. Halm						 124
Local African Sensibilities Reaching a Global Community
Revaluating African Historicities: Okri¿s Three-Volume Cycle
	Jonathan Eccard						 143
Current South African Theater: New Dilemmas
	Donald M. Morales					 159
Soyinka¿s Rockefeller Ride
	Bernth Lindfors						 169
Locating the Indigenous in Zimbabwean Film: An Analysis of Jit and Yellow Card
	Katrina Daly Thompson					 184
¿Revolutionaries of the World Unite¿: Reclaiming The Battle of Algiers as an International Manifesto for Militancy
	Clarissa Clò 						 202
Seeking Unity in the Postcolonial Era: Gender and Violence in the Writings of Nawal el Saadawi and Bessie Head
	Meta L. Schettler 					 224
Racial and Intercultural Dynamics in Subject-Formation
 and Social Relations
You are not born White, you become White. Conceptions of Whiteness and Africa in German Society and Literature
	Susan Arndt						 231
Walking on White Nails is Something Less Than a Kiss . . .Frantz Fanon¿s Sister-Bashing in the Marriage Masque 
	Matthew Snyder						 252
Nappy Display: The Politics of (Mis)Reading Black Hair
	Orathai Northern					 275
Of Cameras, Trains and Roads: French Colonial Conquest and Cinematographic Practice
	Alain P. Nganang					 291
Voyages d¿¿île en île
	Nathalie Schon						 308
Reconnecting with the Ancestors¿ Land: Female Predicament and the Quest for National Identity in Myriam Warner-Vieyra¿s Juletane
	Mame Selbée Diouf Ndiaye				 323
The Use of Palimpsest in Abdelkéébir Khatibi¿s La Mémoire tatouée.
	Mohamed Kamara					 332
Rethinking Religion and Politics in Africa Today
Critique de la religion et de la tradition dans la littérature maghrébine de langue française
	Ahmed Bouguarche					 347
Ngugi¿s ¿epistemological break¿ & Sacred Scripture Translation in African Languages: Two Sides of the Same Coin.
	Aloo Osotsi Mojola				 	 358
Reading Wolof Bible Translations with Muslims
	George Joseph						 375
Mwalimu Julius Nyerere¿s Scripture Translation in Kiswahili Tenzi Verse
	Philip A. Noss						 390
Communicating Islamic Transformation: The Campaigns of Sudan¿s Republican Brotherhood
	W. Stephen Howard					 410
Ambiguïtés et polyphonies, le mouvement des idées au Cameroun à l¿ère de la transition démocratique 
	Pierre Fandio						 426
	
Index								 443
Contributors						 	 452
The Editors							 456

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African literature -- History and criticism -- Congresses.
American literature -- African American authors -- History and criticism.
Caribbean literature -- History and criticism -- Congresses.