SORAC JAS Volume 2 – African & Diasporic Voices

SORAC Journal of African Studies

SORAC JAS - Volume 2

SORAC JAS - Volume 2

Guest Editors
Daniel M. Mengara
Rabia Redouane

ISSN 1542-1848

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African & Diasporic Voices

Volume 2, November 2002

Guest Editors

Daniel M. Mengara
Montclair State University

Rabia Redouane
Montclair State University


“Our Ancestors …”: Cultural Genealogies and Pre-Negritude Africanicity in Légitime défense
Kara M. Rabbitt, William Paterson University 1

The Impact of Race on American Foreign Policy during the Early Cold War: The Proposal for an International Arms Agreement for Africa
George White, Jr., Temple University 17

Ralph Ellison and the African American Inferno
Kerstin Blum, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg 33

The Spirit of Nationalism and Feminism in Toni Cade Bambara’s Fiction
Thabiti Lewis, University of Rochester 43

I, We and Historical Memory in Patrick Chamoiseau’s Texaco
Jack Jordan, Department of Foreign Languages 55

Wired? African American Students and Equity of Access to Technology
Nancy Tumposky, Montclair State University 63

Book Review: Dana A. Williams’ Contemporary African American Female Playwrights: An Annotated Bibliography
Nassem Anwar, Indiana University of Pennsylvania 73

Article Submission Information 79

Subscription Information 81


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