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SX 69: 11.2022

Dirty Martini Delivers Gender Justice, 2019

Preface: The Last West Indian 
David Scott 


Archive as Offering: Haiti and Historical Possibility 
Grace L. Sanders Johnson 


A Return to the Anti-Colonial: History as Weapon on the Caribbean Battlefield 
Audra Diptee


The Birth of ‘Quow’: Michael McTurk and the Minstrel Origins of the civic Tradition of Creole Verse 
Ben Etherington


Mimicking Seas and Malefic Mirrors in Suzanne Césaire: An Ecopoetic Theory of Caribbean Subjectivity
Natalie Catasús 


The Legacies of Luisa Capetillo 
Guest editor: Julio Ramos


The Legacies of Luisa Capetillo 
Julio Ramos 


Reading Luisa Capetillo 
Nancy Bird-Soto


Luisa Capetillo and the Pedagogy of Unruliness 
Luis Othoniel Rosa


Walking Duermevelas with Luisa 
Beatriz Llenín-Figueroa 


Luisa Capetillo and the Counter Republic of Letters
Jorrell A. Meléndez-Badillo


Dirty Martini Delivers Gender Justice 
Luis Carle


Translating the Caribbean 
How Do You Translate "compaña”? 
Raquel Salas Rivera


Book Discussion: Laurie Lambert, Comrade Sister: Caribbean Feminist Revisions of the Grenada Revolution

The Minister of Mercy is a Homegirl 
Randi Gill-Sadler


Pushed into Consciousness 
Belinda Deneen Wallace 


The Complicated Legacies of a Comrade Sister 
Laurie Lambert