Winter 2008/Spring 2009
Abioseh Porter, Editor

Table of Contents

35th Annual Conference-University of Vermon

Disenchantment with the Nation in Okri’s The Famished Road, Pamuk’s Snow and Rashid al Daif’s Passage to Dusk
ken Walibora Waliaula

"Boht I Noh Yehri FINM Na Di Il ehn dehm ehn de Kehv dehm”: Achebe’s Things Fall Apart in Krio
Pam Smith

Identité, Intertextualité et Langues Nationales dans Les Bouts de bois de Dieu d’Ousmane Sembene
GeorgeJoseph

 

Reviews

Words and Worlds: African Writing, Theatre, and Society
Donald Morales

Dealing With Evils – Essays on Writing from Africa
Mary Jane Androne

Understanding Cry, The Beloved Country
Ernest Cole

The Cambridge Introduction to Postcolonial Literatures in English
Jennifer Yusin

The African difference: Discourses on Africanity and the relativity of cultures
Akin Ojo & Randy Beckloff

African Americans and the Culture of Pain
Kali Nicole Gross

The French Atlantic Triangle
Frances Novack

Transplanted Imaginaries: Literatures of New Climes
Jennifer Yusin

Paintings for the Gods: Art and Aesthetics of Yoruba Religious Murals
Akinloye Ojo & Solomon Olabiyi

African Literatures at the Millennium
Laura Murphy

A Conversation With Fatou Diome, Author of Le Ventre de l’Atlantique
Wandia Njoya

Interview with Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo
Ada Azodo

Encounters and Spiritual Connections: Hanging Out with Professor S. Boukari

“Entretien avec fina Sirifo Tounkara : un fina se raconte”
Karim Sagna