DIGITAL: Aimé Césaire and the Broken Record

A project by Alex Gil charting work on Aimé Césaire:

,”The following enumerative bibliography of critical commentary and scholarship on Aimé Césaire builds on and refines the Aimé Césaire Zotero Group collective bibliography. This bibliography is the largest of its kind in existence today. If you would like to contribute, please join the group and add your entry or entries, or contact me.”

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BOOK: Miller on The French Atlantic Triangle

Christopher L. Miller, The French Atlantic Triangle: Literature and Culture of the Slave Trade (Durham: Duke University Press Books, 2008).
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BOOK: Edwards on The Practice of Diaspora

Brent Hayes Edwards, The Practice of Diaspora: Literature, Translation, and the Rise of Black Internationalism (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2003).

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ARTICLES: SX Salon 27 on “The Brathwaite Effect”| Small Axe Project

Kelly Baker Josephs introduces the forum:
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SOURCE: Glissant’s Table of Diaspora

Appendix: Table of Diaspora. Édouard Glissant, Caribbean Discourse: Selected Essays (University of Virginia Press, 1989). Translated by J. Michael Dash.

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BLOGROLL: Johnson on Slavery, History, Afrxlatinidad, and Solidarity in Trumplandia | @BitchMedia

Johnson writes:

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BOOK: Fleetwood on Troubling Vision and Black Visuality

Fleetwood, Nicole R. Troubling Vision: Performance, Visuality, and Blackness. Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 2011.

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VIDEO/CONF: Scenes at 20 – Inspirations, Riffs, and Reverberations

This symposium celebrates the 20th anniversary of Saidiya Hartman’s Scenes of Subjection: Terror, Slavery, and Self-Making in Nineteenth-Century America and its impact on studies of Black lives in the past, present, and future. Please join us as we consider the work’s impact within its intergenerational intellectual context and theorize new possibilities for Black life and Black freedom in these perilous times.

 

For more on the conference: http://www.scenesat20.com/
Footage from the panels is available and livestreams are available for each day.
via YouTube:

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