Small Axe 15:2 (35)

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Small Axe 15:2 (35)
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Preface: Autobiographies of Ourselves–David Scott

belladonna–Kamau Brathwaite

Out and Bad: Toward a Queer Performance Hermeneutic in Jamaican Dancehall–Nadia Ellis

“A Thorn in the Side of Great Britain”: C. L. R. James and the Caribbean Labour Rebellions of the 1930s–Christian Høgsbjerg

Heading South: Love/Sex, Necropolitics, and Decolonial Romance–Shirley Tate

Bustling across the Canada-US Border: Gender and the Remapping of the Caribbean across Place–D. Alissa Trotz

Growing Up Black–Dennis Morris

The Visual Life of Catastrophic History

christianity's catastrophic gift–Marvin Bartley

Schematics of Memory–Cheryl Finley

Literary Competition Winners 2010: Poetry

Small Graces–Lauren K. Alleyne

Thalatta! Tierra!–Ishion Hutchinson

Literary Competition Winners 2010: Short Fiction

Battie Boy–Stephen Narain

Dieu est mon pilote à Tanqueray–Andrea E. Shaw

Book Discussion: Faith Smith, Creole Recitations: John Jacob Thomas and Colonial Formation in the Late Nineteenth-Century Caribbean

The Audacity of Faith: Creole Recitations Explained–Leah Rosenberg

“Only His Hat Is Left”: John Jacob Thomas, Eric Roach, and the Nationalist's Dilemma–Rhonda Cobham

The Nineteenth-Century Roots of Postcolonial Caribbean Discourse: Transnationalism and Anticolonialism in Creole Recitations–Ifeoma Kiddoe Nwankwo

“Only His Hat Is Left”? Resituating Not-Yet Narratives–Faith Smith

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