Postcolonial studies

Britain and the American South: From Colonialism to Rock and Roll

C. L. R. James and Creolization: Circles of Influence

C. L. R. James on the 'Negro Question'

C. L. R. James: A Critical Introduction

The Caribbean Novel since 1945: Cultural Practice, Form, and the Nation-State

Conversations with Chinua Achebe

Conversations with Derek Walcott

Conversations with Graham Greene

Conversations with Richard Wright

Conversations with Salman Rushdie

Conversations with V. S. Naipaul

Conversations with Wole Soyinka

Critical Interventions in Caribbean Politics and Theory

Decolonization in St. Lucia: Politics and Global Neoliberalism, 1945-2010

Defining Travel: Diverse Visions

Interviews with Edward W. Said

Interviews with Writers of the Post-Colonial World

Jorge Luis Borges: Conversations

Me: A Book of Remembrance

Minty Alley

Moving Pictures, Migrating Identities

The Other World of Richard Wright: Perspectives on His Haiku

Ousmane Sembène: Interviews

Perspectives on Wole Soyinka: Freedom and Complexity

Plunging into Haiti: Clinton, Aristide, and the Defeat of Diplomacy

Postcolonial Cultures

Postcolonial Literature and the Biblical Call for Justice

Postcolonial Theory and the United States: Race, Ethnicity, and Literature

Reggae Wisdom: Proverbs in Jamaican Music

Reggae, Rastafari, and the Rhetoric of Social Control

Richard Wright: Books and Writers

Richard Wright's Travel Writings: New Reflections

The Story-Time of the British Empire: Colonial and Postcolonial Folkloristics

Tim Hector: A Caribbean Radical's Story

The World of Richard Wright

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Mississippi’s Literary and Cultural Legacy: Part 3

 Tomorrow’s the big day! In preparation for the 2017 Mississippi Book Festival, we asked our authors to answer a few questions about our state’s literary and cultural legacy. This is the third of three blogs posts in which we share their responses. Click here for Part 1 and here for Part 2. Below, you’ll find our authors’ thoughts on the Mississippi Book Festival in light of our state’s

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