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A Kaleidoscope Journey Thru African Diasporic Poetics of Space
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  Dean Ramser “A Kaleidoscope Journey thru African Diasporic Poetics of Space.”  1 NAMES TITLES Baba Brinkman - “I am African”  http://bababrinkman.bandcamp.com/album/the-rap-guide-to-human-nature Derek Rose Slavery Names School handouts Quick Study in Black History: From Civil War to Present Shirley Motley Portwood  –   Tell Us A Story, An African American Family in the Heartland   Abram Kardiner, M.D. and Lionel Ovesey, M.D. - The Mark of Oppression   Phyllis M. Martin and Patrick O’Meara -  Africa , Third Edition Geoffrey Gorer-  African Dances, A Book About West African Negroes A.R. Radcliffe-Brown and Daryll Forde -  African Systems of Kinship and Marriage  John Middleton  –   Black Africa, Its People and Their Culture  Max Gluckman - Custom and Conflict in Africa  Jonathan Kozol  –   Savage Inequalities, Children in America’s Schools  Algerian Film " Hors la loi" by Rachid Bouchareb (2010) Algérie, Les hors la loi ر ازجلا   نوجرخلا   نع   نوقلا  Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri  –   Empire Kwa chant about the disappearance of an African boy, Equiano Who are we looking for, / who are we looking for?/ It's Equiano we're looking for. Has he gone to the stream? / Let him come back. / Has he gone to the farm?/ Let him return. / It's Equiano we're looking for. SPACE TIME HISTORY IDENTITY PLACE Lauri Ramey  –   Slave Songs and the Birth of African American Poetry   Jubilee Singers African American Singers- Wade in the Water  Dean Ramser “A Kaleidoscope Journey thru African Diasporic Poetics of Space.”  2 Amos Tutuola  –   The palm wine drunkard and my life in the bush of ghosts "You are not an African because you are born in Africa. You are an African because Africa is born in you." --Marimba Ani "This propaganda of dis-associating Western Negroes from Africa is not a new one. For many years white propagandists have been printing tons of literature to impress scattered Ethiopia, especially that portion within their civilization, with the idea that Africa is a despised place, inhabited by savages, and cannibals, where no civilized human being should go, especially black civilized human beings. This propaganda is promulgated for the cause that is being realized today. That cause is COLONIAL EXPANSION for the white nations of the world." — Marcus Garvey (Philosophy & Opinions of Marcus Garvey, edited by Amy Jacques-Garvey Véronique Tadjo  –    As The Crow Flies  Ishmael Reed  –   Flight to Canada Konch Magazine  –  20th Anniversary Helon Habila  –   Waiting for an Angel   Images of Lagos, Nigeria Anthony Joseph  –   The African Origin of UFOs  Images of Trinidad, August 2007 http://www.anthonyjoseph.co.uk Mutabaruka “Poem”  Ed. Nii Ayiekwae Parkes and Kadja Sesay  –  100 poems for Ken Saro Wiwa, forward by Ken Wiwa James Weldon John son & J. Rosamond Johnson  –    American Negro Spirituals  Paul Gilroy  –   The Black Atlantic  Avtar Brah  –   Cartographies of Diaspora  Wesley Kort  –   Place and Space in Modern Fiction  Ed. Rob Spilman  –   Gods and Generals, The Penguin Anthology of African Writings  Ed. Jamie S. Scott and Paul Simpson-Housley  –   Mapping the Sacred, Religion, Geography, and Postcolonial Literatures  Dean Ramser “A Kaleidoscope Journey thru African Diasporic Poetics of Space.”  3 Ed. Carrie Noland and Barrett Watten  –   Diasporic Avant-Gardes, Experimental Poetics and Cultural Displacements Ed. Lavina Greenlaw and Helon Habila  –   NW14, The Anthology of New Writing, Volume 14  James T. Campbell  –   Middle Passages, African American Journeys to Africa 1787 –   2005  Ed. Aldon Lyne Nielsen and Lauri Ramey  –   Every Goodbye Ain’t Gone, An Anthology of Innovative Poetry of Afr  ican Americans   Black Renaissance Noire Saul Williams- Why Africa Matters  Faces, African Art, Central Africa map, The Second Annual African Day Parade, African Instruments, Amos Tutuola, Chinua Achebe, Helon Habila, ?, ?, Pierre Clitandre, Haiti Soleil library children, ?, Chris Abani, women?... Black Women Writers Ed. Martin Japtok  –   Postcolonial Perspectives on Women Writers, from Africa, the Caribbean, and the U.S.  Ed. Ama Ata Aidoo  –    African Love Stories, an Anthology   Faces, pictures of slave ships with slaves: "This wretched situation was again aggravated by the galling of the chains, which now became insupportable, and the filth of the necessary tubs [toilets] into which the children often fell and were almost suffocated. The shrieks of the women and the groans of the dying rendered the whole a scene of horror almost inconceivable." —  Olaudah Equiano, from The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa the African (London, 1789). Images of many books Saul Williams “ The Evolution of Saul Williams ”    –  Interview by Mister Anthony Carew Bessie Smith  –   Long Road   Toni Morrison  –   Beloved   Jamaica Kincaid  –    Annie John  American Quarterly March 2009 Volume 61, Number (Photograph Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley) Arnold Rampersad  –   Ralph Ellison    Dean Ramser “A Kaleidoscope Journey thru African Diasporic Poetics of Space.”  4 James Baldwin-  Another Country   James Weldon Johnson  –   The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man  John Howard Griffin  –   Black like Me  Michael C. Dawson  –   Black Visions, The Roots of Contemporary African-American Ideologies  Michael Rudolph West  –   The Education of Booker T. Washington, American Democracy and the Idea of Race Relations Jean Tomer  –   Cane  Charles Chestnutt  –   The Marrow of Tradition  Wesley Brown  –   Darktown Strutters  Edwidge Danticat  –   The Dew Breaker   William Faulkner  –   Go Down Moses  James Baldwin  –   Going to Meet the Man  James Hillman, Henry Hogarth, Juli Bertoia, Charles Boer, et al  –   Haiti or the psychology of black   Jean Fagan Yellin - Harriet Jacobs, A Life –   The Remarkable Adventures of the Woman Who Wrote Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl   Jacqueline L. Tobin and Raymond G. Dobard PhD  –   Hidden in Plain View, A Secret Story of Quilts and the Underground Railroad.  Linda Brent - Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl   Frances E. W. Harper - Iola Leroy   Toni Morrison  –    Jazz  Octavia E. Butler  –   Kindred   Randall Kenan  –   Let the Dead Bury Their Dead   Zora Neale Hurston  –   Mules and Men  Frederick Douglass  –   My Bondage and My Freedom   Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass an American Slave Michelle Cliff  –   No Telephone to Heaven    Dean Ramser “A Kaleidoscope Journey thru African Diasporic Poetics of Space.”  5 James M. McPherson- Ordeal by Fire, The Civil War and Reconstruction  Harriet Wilson  –   Nig or Sketches from the Life of a Free Black Woman, Preface by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Linda Williams  –   Playing the Race Card, Melodramas of Black and White from Uncle Tom to O. J. Simpson Ed. Dohra Ahmad  –   Rotten English  Debra J. Dickerson  –   The End of Blackness, Returning the Souls of Black Folks to Their Rightful Owners Ahdaf Souief  –   The Map of Love  Toni Morrison - Beloved   Anna Deavere Smith - Twilight   Beverly Bell - Walking on Fire, Haitian Women Stories of Survival and Resistance  Bryan Wagner - Disturbing the Peace, Black Culture and the Police Force after Slavery   Franz Fanon -  A Dying Colonialism   Black Skin, White Masks Alice Walker - By the Light of My Father’s Smile  Ed. Patrick Williams and Laura Chrisman  –   Colonial Discourse and Post-Colonial Theory   Henry Louis Gates, Jr. - The Trials of Phillis Wheatley, America’s First Black Poet and Her Encounters with the  Founding Fathers Postcard of Watts Towers Franz Fanon - The Wretched of the Earth Toward the African Revolution Mario de Andrade- Unity and Struggle, Speeches and Writings of Amilcar Cabral   Tariq Ramadan- What I Believe  Shelby Steele- White Guilt, How Blacks and Whites Together Destroyed the Promise of the Civil Rights Era Tsitsi Dangarembga- Nervous Conditions  Edward Said- Orientalism  Phillis Wheatley- Complete Writings  
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