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Volume 4
Black Europe: Subjects, Struggles, and Shifting Perceptions

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T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting, Tiffany Ruby Patterson-Myers Editors’ Introduction
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Jean-Paul Rocchi, Frédéric Sylvanise Guest Editors’ Introduction: A View from Europe and the World—An Introduction to Black Europe: Subjects, Struggles, and Shifting Perceptions
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Magdalena J. Zaborowska “Chained Together in Time and Space”: W. E. B. Du Bois Looks at the Warsaw Ghetto; James Baldwin Regards the Harlem Ghetto
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Guirdex Massé Cold War and Black Transnationalism: Aimé Césaire and Mercer Cook at the First International Congress of Black Writers and Artists
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Claire Oberon Garcia “On being young—a woman—and colored” in Paris and Tangier: The “strange longings” of Anita Thompson Dickinson Reynolds’s Early Years
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Rashida K. Braggs Kenny Clarke and the Desire for More Inclusive “Black Music”
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Priscilla Layne “Don’t Look So Sad Because You’re a Little Negro”: Marie Nejar, Afro-German Stardom, and Negotiations with Black Subjectivity
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Silyane Larcher Neither Color-Blind Nor Color-Conscious: Challenging French Universalism in the Plantation Colonies of the Antilles (Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries)
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Lewis R. Gordon Frantz Fanon: De l’anticolonialisme à la critique postcoloniale
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Laurence Cossu-Beaumont Paris Noir, African Americans in the City of Light; Black France / France Noire, The History and Politics of Blackness
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Dagmar Brunow The Nine Muses
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Cyril Vettorato French Immersion: Black France in L. Miano’s Tels des astres éteints and A. Mabanckou’s Black Bazar
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the art of engagement forum
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Jean-Paul Rocchi The Word’s Image—Self-Portrait as a Conscious Lie
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Contributors
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T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting, Tiffany Ruby Patterson-Myers Editors’ Introduction
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essays
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Tara T. Green Black Masculinity and Black Women’s Bodies: Representations of Black Bodies in Twelve Years a Slave
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Shanna Greene Benjamin Pedagogy of the Post-Racial: The Texts, Textiles, and Teachings of African American Women
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Folashade Alao “Will You Come and Follow Me?”: Walking Literacy and Paule Marshall’s Praisesong for the Widow
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Peter C. Kunze Jacqueline Woodson and Queer Black Fiction for Young Adults
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Palimpsest Collective
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