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Paul Laurence Dunbar Digital Collection
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written by Wright State University. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections (Dayton, OH: Wright State University. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections, 2018),
Source: www.libraries.wright.edu
written by Wright State University. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections (Dayton, OH: Wright State University. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections, 2018),
Source: www.libraries.wright.edu
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Claude McKay’s Early Poetry (1911-1922)
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written by Amardeep Singh, 1974- (Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University, 2017),
Source: scalar.lehigh.edu
written by Amardeep Singh, 1974- (Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University, 2017),
Source: scalar.lehigh.edu
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Harlem Shadows Project
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written by Claude McKay, 1889-1948 (Syracuse, NY: Harlem Shadows, 2016),
Source: www.harlemshadows.org
written by Claude McKay, 1889-1948 (Syracuse, NY: Harlem Shadows, 2016),
Source: www.harlemshadows.org
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4. Afro-Brazilian poetry: a laboratory of identity
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written by Cyril Vettorato, fl. 2008; in African Diaspora in Brazil: History, Culture and Politics (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2014, originally published 2014), 29-43

The term 'Black Atlantic' was coined to describe the social, cultural and political space that emerged out of the experience of slavery, exile, oppression, exploitation and resistance. This volume seeks to recast a new map of the 'Black Atlantic' beyond the Anglophone Atlantic zone by focusing on Brazil as a socia...

written by Cyril Vettorato, fl. 2008; in African Diaspora in Brazil: History, Culture and Politics (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2014, originally published 2014), 29-43
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18. Blackness as a Process of Creolization: The Afro-Esmeraldian Decimas (Ecuador)
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written by Jean Rahier, fl. 1986; edited by Ali A. Mazrui, 1933-2014, Carole Boyce Davies, fl. 1990 and Isidore Okpewho, 1941-2016; in The African Diaspora: African Origins and New World IdentitiesThe African Diaspora: African Origins and New World Identities (First paperback edition) (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2001, originally published 1999), 290-314
The African Diaspora contributes to the debate between those who believe that the African origin of blacks in Western society is central to their identity and outlook and those who deny that proposition.Contributors include Niyi Afolabi, Adetayo Alabi, Celia M. Azevedo, Antonio Benítez-Rojo, Eliana Guerreiro Ramo...
written by Jean Rahier, fl. 1986; edited by Ali A. Mazrui, 1933-2014, Carole Boyce Davies, fl. 1990 and Isidore Okpewho, 1941-2016; in The African Diaspora: African Origins and New World IdentitiesThe African Diaspora: African Origins and New World Identities (First paperback edition) (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2001, originally published 1999), 290-314
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3 Notes towards a reading of Okot p'Bitek's Song of Lawino
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written by Laura Tanna, fl. 1974; in African Studies Association of the West Indies, Bulletin no. 8, December 1975, African Studies Association of the West Indies, Bulletin no. 8, December 1975 (Kingston, Kingston Parish: African Studies Association of the West Indies, 1975), 18-31
written by Laura Tanna, fl. 1974; in African Studies Association of the West Indies, Bulletin no. 8, December 1975, African Studies Association of the West Indies, Bulletin no. 8, December 1975 (Kingston, Kingston Parish: African Studies Association of the West Indies, 1975), 18-31
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THE CONCEPT OF FORM: A STUDY OF SOME ANCESTRAL ELEMENTS IN BRATHWAITE’S TRILOGY
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written by Samual Omo Asein, fl. 1971; in African Studies Association of the West Indies, Bulletin no. 4, December 1971, African Studies Association of the West Indies, Bulletin no. 4, December 1971 (Kingston, Kingston Parish: African Studies Association of the West Indies, 1971), 9-39
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Negro-African Culture and Poetry - Elements of the Survival of our Civilization, by Mr. Lamine Niang
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written by Lamine Niang, 1923-, in Pan-African Cultural Festival, First, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Archives and Manuscripts (1969), [Addresses and papers]. Algiers, The Organization of African Unity, 21 July – 1 Aug. 1969, Papers read at the Symposium of the First Pan-African Cultural Festival , 9 page(s)
Various papers. Mimeographed. Presented from the estate of the late William Buller Fagg, CMG
written by Lamine Niang, 1923-, in Pan-African Cultural Festival, First, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Archives and Manuscripts (1969), [Addresses and papers]. Algiers, The Organization of African Unity, 21 July – 1 Aug. 1969, Papers read at the Symposium of the First Pan-African Cultural Festival , 9 page(s)
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