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    Fear, Loathing, and Victorian Xenophobia

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    Performing the Victorian: John Ruskin and identity in theater, science, and education

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    (print) xvi, 177 p. : ill. ; 24 cmIntroduction : Unstable as water -- "Mechanical sheep" and "monstrous powers" : John Ruskin's pantomime reality -- "Pretty Frou-Frou" goes demon dancing : performing species and gender in Ruskin's science -- Playground and playhouse : identity performance in Ruskin's education for girls -- Ruskin and the Wilde life : self and other on the millennial stage -- Conclusion : queering RuskinItem embargoed for five year

    Middle passages and the healing place of history: migration and identity in Black women's literature

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    (print) xii, 201 p. ; 24 cmConflicting identities in the women of Ama Ata Aidoo's drama and fiction / Violet Harrington Bryan -- Coming to voice: navigating the interstices in plays by Winsome Pinnock / DeLinda Marzette -- Migration, transformation, and identity formation in Buchi Emecheta's In the ditch and Kehinde / Romanus Muoneke -- Gloria Naylor's north/south dichotomy and the reversal of the middle passage : juxtaposed migrations within Mama Day / Kathryn M. Paterson -- Reconfiguring self: a matter of place in selected novels by Paule Marshall / Marie Foster Gnage -- What a history you have: ancestral memory, cultural history, migration patterns, and the quest for autonomy in the fiction of Jamaica Kincaid / Julia De Foor Jay -- Tee, cyn-cyn, Cynthia, dou-dou: remembering and forgetting the true-true name in Merle Hodge's Crick crack, monkey / Joyce Zonana -- Place and displacement in Djanet Sears's Harlem duet and The adventures of a black girl in search of god / Elizabeth Brown-Guillory -- Recovering the past: transatlantic migration, hybrid identities, and healing in Tess Onwueme's The missing face / Juluette Bartlett-PackItem embargoed for five year

    Displacement and the Somatics of Postcolonial Culture

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    First essay: Displacement of persons/forced migration/ideosomatic dysregulation -- Second essay: Displacement of cultures/(de)colonization/ideosomatic counterregulation -- Third essay: Displacement of time/intergenerational trauma/paleosomatic regulation.Item embargoed for five year