Memory, Origin, and Discourses in Black Diasporic Cinema
Explores the contributions of black diasporic filmmakers and thinkers to contemporary artistic and theoretical discourses.
Anglophone Caribbean Immigrants in the Harlem Renaissance
This anthology is the first to fully integrate the political and literary writings of Anglophone Caribbean authors in the Harlem Renaissance.
Legacies of Cheddi Jagan and Michael Manley
A pioneering collection of studies linking the political and labor backgrounds of two distinguished and dynamic leaders of the Caribbean and the Third World.
The Transformation of the Caribbean Left
Leftist political movements, organizations, and trends in the English-speaking Caribbean.
An Eric Walrond Reader
A new anthology of works by a major writer from the New Negro Movement.
An Analysis of Modern Afrocentric Political Movements
Based on original materials gathered from extensive international travel, hundreds of interviews and empirical field research, and text studies Pan-African organizations and their political activities inside black communities.
An Epic Drama for Women
Tell It To Women gives traditional rural women a voice: the women from Idu break from their assumed position of silence and powerlessness to confront the urban women who believe their western education gives them the authority to speak for all women.
A heart-rendering history of the systematic, unrelenting destruction of human dignity and individual will.
Diversity, Dependence, and Oppositionality
This is a study of the cinematic traditions and film practices in the black Diaspora.
The Broken Calabash, Parables for a Season, and The Reighn of Wazobia
This anthology of plays allows a glimpse into the lives of the people of Onwueme’s native Nigeria and reveals the range and beauty of Nigerian culture.