Published by the College of the Humanities and Social Sciences
North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC


Editors: Elaine Orr & Deborah Wyrick

Contents: Volume 6, Issues 1 - 2 (Fall 2001)

Editors' Introduction


Tony Simoes Da Silva, De/Colonizing Tales

Myra Mendible, Growing Up Cuban in Miami:
History, Storytelling, and the Politics of Exile

F. S. J. Ledgister, Growing Up in Two Elsewheres

Faith Eidse, Ndoye, My Namesake

Fabienne Andre Worth, Gosses d'Alsace / Quicksand

Elaine Orr, Crossing to Oshun

Emmanuel Raymundo, Terror

Cyril Dabydeen, Little Buddhas/Fictional Space

Tapati Bharadwaj, Chicago 2001.
The Woman Who Tries To See

David Jefferess, What's My Name?
Or, Developing in Linga

Reshmi Dutt, Remapping Home:
Dislocation, Exile and the Self

Pascal Buma, Mama, I'm Becoming a Black Man:
Being Black, Male, and African Alien
in the United States of America

O. Hugo Benavides, Torn Between Two Lovers:
Continuous Approximations

Deborah Wyrick, Five Poems

Anthony Shiu, Flexible Production:
International Adoption, Race, Whiteness

James Gifford, Forgetting a Homeless Colonial:
Gender, Religion, and Transnational Childhood
in Lawrence Durrell's Pied Piper of Lovers

Emilienne Baneth, "Ship Me Somewhere East of Suez":
Rudyard Kipling's strange exile from himself

Martin Japtok, Two Postcolonial Childhoods:
Merle Hodge's Crick Crack, Monkey
and Simi Bedford's Yoruba Girl Dancing


Wail S. Hassan, Alternatives to Secular Modernity
Review of: Unveiling Tradition: Postcolonial Islam in a Polycentric World. By Anouar Majid.

Simon Lewis, Representing Colonial South Africa
Review of: Rereading the Imperial Romance: British Imperialism and South African Resistance in Haggard, Schreiner, and Plaatje. By Laura Chrisman.

Mala Pandurang, Cross-Cultural Texts and Diasporic Identities
Review of: Narratives for a New Belonging: Diasporic Cultural Fictions. By Roger Bromley.

Harald Leusmann, Poems in Stone and Paper
Review of: Handwriting. By Michael Ondaatje.

Elizabeth Bishop, Science / Writing / Communication
Review of: Inscribing Science: Scientific Texts and the Materiality of Communication. Ed. Timothy Lenoir.

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