The Resource Pan African spaces : essays on Black transnationalism, edited by Msia Kibona Clark, Loy Azalia, and Phiwokuhle Mnyandu

Pan African spaces : essays on Black transnationalism, edited by Msia Kibona Clark, Loy Azalia, and Phiwokuhle Mnyandu

Label
Pan African spaces : essays on Black transnationalism
Title
Pan African spaces
Title remainder
essays on Black transnationalism
Statement of responsibility
edited by Msia Kibona Clark, Loy Azalia, and Phiwokuhle Mnyandu
Contributor
Author
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IEN/DLC
Dewey number
305.896
Index
index present
LC call number
HT1581
LC item number
.P36 2019
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Clark, Msia Kibona
  • Azalia, Loy
  • Mnyandu, Phiwokuhle
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Blacks
  • Africans
  • Biculturalism
  • Transnationalism
  • Africans
  • Biculturalism
  • Blacks
  • Transnationalism
Label
Pan African spaces : essays on Black transnationalism, edited by Msia Kibona Clark, Loy Azalia, and Phiwokuhle Mnyandu
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Msia Kibona Clark
  • Skins, identity and their tragedies: the learning and healing of a HispanoGuinean woman in the diaspora
  • by Carolina Nve Diaz
  • When I first wore fish leather, or Black girl in Iceland
  • by Sharony Green
  • Reinventing identities: crossing borders of values and beliefs in NoViolet Bulawayo's in We need new names
  • by Afua Ansong
  • Poem 1: Poem death upon the homefront
  • by Shingi Mavima
  • Section 3: Crioulo culture and pidgin music: American experiences & West African identities
  • Section1: Changing the paradigms on migration and immigration in the African diaspora
  • Navigating between two worlds: (Re)defining my identity in the context of an all girls elite private school
  • by Terza Lima-Neves
  • Having my kenkey and eating it, too: being Black and bicultural
  • by Margaret Salifu
  • Music of my flesh: African music, cultural affirmation, and the production of social space in the diaspora
  • by Nana Afua Y. Brantuo
  • Local Accra with a twist of international luxe
  • by Zoë Gadegbeku
  • Section 4. Diverse identities and representations among 2nd generation Ethiopian migrants in America
  • Ethiopia on my skin, Black power in my heart: how growing up Black and multi-ethnic has taught me to navigate different forms of anti-Blackness
  • Introduction: being Black and "bicultural"
  • by Yelena Bailey
  • Black immigrant communities: misrepresented and underserved in the U.S.
  • by Mekdela Ejigu
  • Identity theft
  • by Semien Abay
  • Section 5: Class and citizenship: African American and African migrant experiences in South Africa
  • On being African...American
  • by Gabriel Peoples
  • Culturally fluid: experiences of a Ugandan, South African
  • by Sayuni Brown
  • (Re)igniting pan-Africanism. (Re)jecting Afropolitanism. (Re)naming our solution
  • Migration, language, race and identity in South Africa: analysing Congolese links
  • by Eugene Bope
  • The realities of the diaspora life in France and South Africa
  • by Tafadzwa Zvobgo
  • Section 6: Two intersecting diasporas: Caribbean and African American communities in America
  • Migration, immigration, & gender: Afro-Caribbean experiences from a bicultural socialization perspective
  • by Shelvia English, Dayne Hutchinson, Kat J. Stephens
  • The meaning of Blackness
  • by Cassandra J. St. Vil
  • Being Black and bicultural: racial and ethnic identity formation of Haitian Americans in Chicago
  • by Nenelwa Tomi
  • by Courtney Cain
  • Always remember Black is beautiful: a narrative on being Afro-Trinidadian in the United States
  • by Keisha V. Thompson
  • Poem 2: American double toasted banana nut bread
  • by Maurisa Li-A-Ping
  • Section 7: The relationships between color & race in Afro Latinx identities
  • Call me survivor: AfroLatina diasporic identity, survival, and a tale of two negritudes
  • by Omilani Alarccentn and Indhira Serrano
  • Rhythm of life: reggae and Antillean Black identity
  • by Ryan Mann-Hamilton
  • Is race really the issue? Examining the fallacy of "Black foreigner privilege"
  • Afro-Latinidad: being a Black Latino
  • by Anthony Polanco
  • Identity as profession: on becoming an African American Panamanian Afro-Latina anthropologist curator
  • by Ariana A. Curtis
  • Between Blackness & Africanness: indexing Puerto Rican identity through discourse
  • by Krista L. Cortes
  • by Tolu Odunsi
  • Section 2: Perspectives on Black transnationalism and identity formation
  • The evolution of a bicultural identity, in the shadows of Nyerere's pan Africanism
Extent
pages cm
Isbn
9781498581929
Lccn
2018044007
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1055569772
  • (OCoLC)ybp15702048
Label
Pan African spaces : essays on Black transnationalism, edited by Msia Kibona Clark, Loy Azalia, and Phiwokuhle Mnyandu
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Msia Kibona Clark
  • Skins, identity and their tragedies: the learning and healing of a HispanoGuinean woman in the diaspora
  • by Carolina Nve Diaz
  • When I first wore fish leather, or Black girl in Iceland
  • by Sharony Green
  • Reinventing identities: crossing borders of values and beliefs in NoViolet Bulawayo's in We need new names
  • by Afua Ansong
  • Poem 1: Poem death upon the homefront
  • by Shingi Mavima
  • Section 3: Crioulo culture and pidgin music: American experiences & West African identities
  • Section1: Changing the paradigms on migration and immigration in the African diaspora
  • Navigating between two worlds: (Re)defining my identity in the context of an all girls elite private school
  • by Terza Lima-Neves
  • Having my kenkey and eating it, too: being Black and bicultural
  • by Margaret Salifu
  • Music of my flesh: African music, cultural affirmation, and the production of social space in the diaspora
  • by Nana Afua Y. Brantuo
  • Local Accra with a twist of international luxe
  • by Zoë Gadegbeku
  • Section 4. Diverse identities and representations among 2nd generation Ethiopian migrants in America
  • Ethiopia on my skin, Black power in my heart: how growing up Black and multi-ethnic has taught me to navigate different forms of anti-Blackness
  • Introduction: being Black and "bicultural"
  • by Yelena Bailey
  • Black immigrant communities: misrepresented and underserved in the U.S.
  • by Mekdela Ejigu
  • Identity theft
  • by Semien Abay
  • Section 5: Class and citizenship: African American and African migrant experiences in South Africa
  • On being African...American
  • by Gabriel Peoples
  • Culturally fluid: experiences of a Ugandan, South African
  • by Sayuni Brown
  • (Re)igniting pan-Africanism. (Re)jecting Afropolitanism. (Re)naming our solution
  • Migration, language, race and identity in South Africa: analysing Congolese links
  • by Eugene Bope
  • The realities of the diaspora life in France and South Africa
  • by Tafadzwa Zvobgo
  • Section 6: Two intersecting diasporas: Caribbean and African American communities in America
  • Migration, immigration, & gender: Afro-Caribbean experiences from a bicultural socialization perspective
  • by Shelvia English, Dayne Hutchinson, Kat J. Stephens
  • The meaning of Blackness
  • by Cassandra J. St. Vil
  • Being Black and bicultural: racial and ethnic identity formation of Haitian Americans in Chicago
  • by Nenelwa Tomi
  • by Courtney Cain
  • Always remember Black is beautiful: a narrative on being Afro-Trinidadian in the United States
  • by Keisha V. Thompson
  • Poem 2: American double toasted banana nut bread
  • by Maurisa Li-A-Ping
  • Section 7: The relationships between color & race in Afro Latinx identities
  • Call me survivor: AfroLatina diasporic identity, survival, and a tale of two negritudes
  • by Omilani Alarccentn and Indhira Serrano
  • Rhythm of life: reggae and Antillean Black identity
  • by Ryan Mann-Hamilton
  • Is race really the issue? Examining the fallacy of "Black foreigner privilege"
  • Afro-Latinidad: being a Black Latino
  • by Anthony Polanco
  • Identity as profession: on becoming an African American Panamanian Afro-Latina anthropologist curator
  • by Ariana A. Curtis
  • Between Blackness & Africanness: indexing Puerto Rican identity through discourse
  • by Krista L. Cortes
  • by Tolu Odunsi
  • Section 2: Perspectives on Black transnationalism and identity formation
  • The evolution of a bicultural identity, in the shadows of Nyerere's pan Africanism
Extent
pages cm
Isbn
9781498581929
Lccn
2018044007
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1055569772
  • (OCoLC)ybp15702048

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