New frontiers in the study of the global African diaspora : between uncharted themes and alternative representations / edited by Rita Kiki Edozie, Glenn A. Chambers, and Tama Hamilton-Wray.

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Other Authors: Edozie, Rita Kiki (Editor)
Chambers, Glenn Anthony (Editor)
Hamilton-Wray, Tama Lynne (Editor)
Language:English
Published: East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, 2018.
Series:Ruth Simms Hamilton African diaspora series.
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MSU Stanley C. and Selma D. Hollander Faculty Book Collection.
Physical Description:ix, 377 pages ; 26 cm.
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505 0 |a Preface / Rita Kiki Edozie with Glenn Chambers Jr. and Tama Hamilton-Wray -- Mapping the study of the African diaspora : classic trends, new themes, and disciplinary approaches / Glenn Chambers Jr. -- African diaspora studies and the global Black experience : evolving scholarships, expanding fields, and a deepening discipline / Rita Kiki Edozie -- African immigrants and the creation of the neo-diaspora : observing routes, themes, trends, and implications for the US hostland / Baffour Takyi -- "Naija" pride : culturally producing self and community in the new African diaspora / Olaocha Nwabara -- Colored South African consciousness : blurring the lines of identity formation and space / Blair Proctor -- Africana women leaders of African centered education : a portraiture of mothering, Pan-Africanism, and nation-building in Africa / Tiffany Caesar -- Through "the doors of return" : Paul Robeson and Miriam Makeba's "migration" to Africa / Dawne Curry -- The Cape Verdean who emigrates never puts down roots : slavery, colonialism, and transnationalism in shaping Cape Verdean identity / Janelle Edwards -- "Back to Africa" and the heroic black student : activism and identity in post-rebellion Detroit / David Kalonji Walton -- Afro-Brazilian politics and representation : between race neutral and race affirming Black citizenship struggles / Ollie A. Johnson -- Identity, ethno-commodification, and tourism in neoliberal Brazil / Merle Bowen Quilombo -- African diasporas in Brazil react to Nollywood : global cultural flows, scapes, and postcolonial representations / Kamahra Ewing -- Vodou and the Haitian struggle : Afro-Caribbean religion in politics of the oppressed / Nathaniel S. Murrell -- Contextualizing women and distinct religious practices in Oriente Cuba / Jualynne Dodson -- A lesser known diaspora : African American workers and the development of anti-Black immigration sentiment in Honduras (1890-1906) / Glenn Chambers -- Return film narratives of the African diaspora : Haile Gerima's Teza / Tama Hamilton-Wray -- Garifuna in peril : film as critical pedagogy and rights activism in the Garifuna diaspora / Jennifer Goett -- African film festivals : representations and social constructions by African diaspora audiences in the US, Canada, and the UK / Mahomed Bamba -- Artists, activists and ethno-historians : community builders, identity creators and civil rights pioneers in Afro-Peruvian pueblos, 1800s-present / Harcourt Fuller -- "Because the spirits" : visualizing connective consciousness through decolonial and diasporic aesthetic imaginaries / Michael Wilson -- Movements of the female body : re-imagining Black diasporic women's writing / Emilie Diouf -- Revisiting global circuits of Blackness in the African diaspora / Jean Muteba Rahier. 
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