Speaking in tongues and dancing diaspora : Black women writing and performing /
New York, NY :
Oxford University Press,
|Series:||Race and American culture.
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- Alice Walker's The color purple: revisions and redefinitions
- (W)riting the work and working the rites
- Speaking in tongues: dialectics, dialogics, and the black woman writer's literary tradition
- Toni Morrison's Beloved: re-membering the body as historical text
- The stories of (O)Dessa: stories of complicity and resistance
- "Seen but not heard": a poetics of Afro-American women's writing
- Gayl Jones's White rat: speaking silence/silencing speech
- State of the art: black feminist theory
- What it means to teach the other when the other is the self
- Authors and authorities. Nella Larsen's Passing: passing, performance, and (post)modernism
- Josephine Baker and La revue nègre: from ethnography to performance
- Dancing diaspora: colonial, postcolonial, and diasporic readings of Josephine Baker as dancer and performance artist
- About face, or, what is this "back" in b(l)ack popular culture?: from Venus Hottentot to Video Hottie
- In retrospect. Sherley Anne Williams: "someone sweet angel chile"
- Bebe Moore Campbell: literature as equipment for living.