Bloomsbury Handbook to Edwidge Danticat

Bloomsbury Handbook to Edwidge Danticat


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I. LITERARY BEGINNINGS Editors' Introduction A Literary Life and Legacy: Danticat's Writerly Inheritances Jana Evans Braziel, Western College Endowed Professor, Miami University, USA Nadege T. Clitandre, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA "All Geography Is Within Me": Writing Beginnings, Life, Death, Freedom, and Salt Edwidge Danticat Interview with Edwidge Danticat Nadege T. Clitandre, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA II. ON VIOLENCE AND VIOLATED BODIES: BIOPOLITICS IN DANTICAT'S TEXTS Reconstructive Textual Surgery in Danticat's Krik? Krak! and The Dew-Breaker Judith Misrahi-Barak, University Paul Valery Montpellier 3, France "I Might Lose All My Life": Brother, I'm Dying and (Black) Immigration Discourse in the US Myriam J. A. Chancy, Hartley Burr Alexander Chair in the Humanities, Scripps College, USA "Alleys, Capillaries, Thorns": The Violated Terre-Natale of Ville Rose Jana Evans Braziel, Western College Endowed Professor, Miami University, USA III. ON DEATH AND DYING: NECROPOLITICS IN DANTICAT'S TEXTS Losing Your (M)Other: Danticat's Narratives of Un/Belonging and Un/Dying Simone A. James Alexander, Seton Hall University, USA Lot bo dlo: Producing Haitian Spaces of Death and Diaspora in Danticat's The Dew Breaker Anne Bruske, Heidelberg University, Germany Death and the Maiden: Writing Death in Danticat's Fiction Marie-Jose Nzengou-Tayo (PhD), The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus IV. TIFI AK FANM, GIRLS AND WOMEN "Somebody, Anybody Sing a Black Girl's Song...": Danticat and Haitian Girlhood Regine Michelle Jean-Charles, Boston College, USA The Good Daughter: Danticat's Migrating Memories Elizabeth Walcott-Hackshaw, University of the West Indies, Saint Augustine "I Am the One Telling It": Resilient Children & Shadow Texts in Danticat's Picture Books Cara Byrne, Case Western University, USA V. ECRI ANGAJE: POLITICAL WRITING: DANTICAT AS PUBLIC INTELLECTUAL Haiti Faces Difficult Questions Ten Years After a Devastating Earthquake Edwidge Danticat Create Dangerously: A Poetics of Writing as Memorial Art; The Text as Echo Chamber Anja Bandau, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany Haiti's Past, Present, and Uncertain Future: Danticat's New Yorker Column as Platform for Public Intellectualism Maia Butler, University of North Carolina-Wilmington, USA Megan Feifer, Medaille College VI. FOOD, HAITI, AND HAITIAN CULINARY/LITERARY INHERITANCES Edwidge Danticat's Kitchen History Valerie Loichot, Emory University, USA "A People Do Not Throw Their Geniuses Away": Danticat's "Kitchen Poet" Literary Antecedents Wilson C. Chen, Benedictine University, USA Scattering and Gathering: Danticat, Food, and (the) Haitian Experience(s) Robyn Cope, Binghamton University, USA VII. THEORETICAL APPROACHES Sea, Stone, Sky, And Cemetery: Vodou's Divine Nature and Religious Archetypes in Danticat's Krik? Krak! and After the Dance Kyrah Malika Daniels, Boston College, USA "So Much Had Fallen into The Sea": An Ecocritical Approach to Danticat's Claire of the Sea Light Kristina Gibby, Utah Valley University, USA "Aha!": Danticat and Creolization Carine Mardorossian, State University at Buffalo, USA Memory and The Possibilities of the Short Story Sequence in Krik? Krak! W. Todd Martin, Huntington University, USA VIII. HAITI, THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, AND TRANSNATIONAL HISPANIOLA 'Neither Strangers Nor Friends': Transnational Hispaniola and the Uneven Intimacies of The Farming of Bones John D. Ribo, Florida State University, USA "Walk too far in either direction and people speak a different language": Navigating Hispaniola in Edwidge Danticat's The Farming of Bones and "Nineteen Thirty-Seven" Ramon Ant. Victoriano-Martinez, University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada IX. CRITICAL SOURCES Bibliography of Writings by Edwidge Danticat Bibliography of Literary Criticism on Edwidge Danticat Biographical Notes Index
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