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1. Introduction: Atlantic Genealogies—Ian Baucom
2. On the Renaissance Epic: Spenser and Slavery—Maureen Quilligan
3. Mobility in Chains: Freedom of Movement in the Early Black Atlantic—Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina
4. Specters of the Atlantic—Ian Baucom
5. "Subtilized into Savages": Edmund Burke, Progress, and Primitivism—Luke Gibbons
6. Black Atlantics, White Indians, and Jews: Locations, Locutions, and Syncretic Identities in the Fiction of Achmat Dangor and Others—Loren Kruger
7. Ocean—Matthew Francis
8. Atlantic Aporias: Africa and Gilroy's Black Atlantic—Charles Piot
9. The "Cult of Nations" and the Ritualization of Their Purity—J. Lorand Matory
10. A Street Named Bissette: Nostalgia, Memory, and the Cent-Cinquantenaire of the Abolition of Slavery in Martinique (1848–1998)—Chris Bongie
11 Diasporic Roots: Imagining a Nation in Earl Lovelace's Salt—Supriya Nair
12. The Postcolonial Chickens Come Home to Roost: How Yardie Has Created a New Postcolonial Subaltern—Grant Farred
13. The Great Hole of History: Liturgical Silence in Beckett, Osofisan, and Parks—Joseph Roach
14. Notes on Contributors
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