Vol 14.2 (Nov. 2021)


Vol. 14.2 (Nov. 2021)
Imaginaries of Home in the Caribbean Diaspora and the Americas

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Miriam Brandel, Bielefeld University, Germany
Wilfried Raussert, Bielefeld University, Germany:
Rethinking Home in the Caribbean Diaspora and the Americas: Introduction
Anne Brüske, University of Regensburg / University of Heidelberg, Germany:
Producing Home in Achy Obejas’ Days of Awe (2001). Homing and Remembering as Diasporic Practices
Cécile Accilien, Kennesaw State University, Georgia, United States:
Searching for Home: Im/migration, Deportation, and Exile in Haitian Popular Cinema
Wilfried Raussert, Bielefeld University, Germany:
“We – the audience with me – are ‘breaking bread together’”: Black Canadian Dub Poets’ Call-and-Response Practices and (Re)Creating Home in the Diaspora
Paola Ravasio, Associated Research Fellow, CIAS Bielefeld, Germany:
Home is Where the Womb Is: Towards a New Consideration of Home in Diaspora
Sigrid Thomsen, University of Vienna, Austria:
Approaching Imaginative Mobilities through Rhythms of the City and the Body in Edwidge Danticat’s “New York Day Women”
Giselle Liza Anatol, University of Kansas, United States:
Transmogrifying Home in Jamaica Kincaid’s Annie John and Kacen Callender’s Hurricane Child
Fabio Santos, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany:
Book Review Right-Wing Populism and Gender. European Perspectives and Beyond