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SX 64: 03.2021

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Preface: A Postcolonial Avant-Garde?
David Scott 


When is Poetry Political? Césaire on the Role of Knowledge in 1944 
Yohann C. Ripert 


Provision Grounds Against the Plantation: Robert Wedderburn’s The Axe Laid to the Root 
Katey Castellano 


Making History Visible: Dutch Caribbean Artist Josef Nassy's Visual Diary of Internment in Nazi Germany 
Sarah Phillips Casteel  


On Caribbean Intellectual History 
Guest editor, Aaron Kamugisha 

The Promise of Caribbean Intellectual History 
Aaron Kamugisha 


Their Skirts Rolled Up: The Gendered Terrain of Politics in Nineteenth-Century Port-au-Prince 
Anne Eller 


Peter Abrahams’s Island Fictions for Freedom 
Victoria J. Collis-Buthelezi 


Decolonization, Otherness, and the Neglect of the Dutch Caribbean in Caribbean Studies  
Margo Groenewoud 


Rastafari, the Transnational Archive, and the Writing of Post-Colonial Caribbean Intellectual History 
Monique Bedasse 


Beyond Trouillot: Unsettling Genealogies of Historical Thought
Marlene L. Daut 



"what is the value of what if it doesn't quench our thirst for . . ."
rah Jack


Book discussion: Hazel V. Carby, Imperial Intimacies Child of Empire: A Tale of Two Islands 

Genres of History and the Practice of Loss: Attending to Silence in Hazel Carby’s Imperial Intimacies 
Marisa J. Fuentes 


An Intimate History of Empire 
Marc Matera 


Zippin’ Up My Boots, Going Back to My Routes 
Eddie Chambers 


Imperial Intimacies – Further Thoughts 
Hazel V. Carby