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Parution du premier numéro de la revue Internet Black Studies Papers, basée à l’Université de Brême. 

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Ce premier numéro, intitulé Slavery Revisited, a pour point de départ un Symposium tenu à L’université de Nantes sur le thème de « Writing Slavery after Beloved ».

 

 

 

Sommaire :

Carsten Junker, Marie-Luise Löffler; “Editors’ Note”

Michel Feith: “Introduction: Weaving Texts and Memories: Around Toni Morrison’s Beloved”

Sabine Broeck: “Commentary (Response to Michel Feith)”

Claudine Raynaud: “Memory Work”

Judith Misrahi-Barak: “Post-Beloved Writing: Review, Revitalize, Recalculate”

Samira Spatzek: “‘Own Yourself, Woman:’ Toni Morrison’s A Mercy, Early Modernity, and Property”

Stefanie Mueller: “Standing Up To Words: Writing and Resistance in Toni Morrison’s A Mercy”

Emmanuelle Andrès: “Reading/Writing ‘the most wretched business’: Toni Morrison’s A Mercy”

Monica Michlin: “Writing/Reading Slavery as Trauma: Toni Morrison’s A Mercy”

Maria Varsam: “To Remember or Not to Remember: Traumatic Memory and the Legacy of Slavery in Octavia E. Butler’s Kindred and Toni Morrison’s Beloved”

Melba Joyce Boyd: “The Ghost Got It Wrong: Frances E. W. Harper and Toni Morrison. A Century A/Part”

Claude Le Fustec: “Beyond Magic Realism: the Stuff of Ordinary Lives? Lorene Cary’s Rewriting of Beloved”

Stefanie Schäfer: “Plantation Spaces and the Black Body: Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained as Maroon Narrative”

Christina Sharpe: “The Lie at the Center of Everything”