- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction: Deferred Dreams, Defiant Struggles
- 2 Josephine Baker’s Routes and Roots: Mobility, Belonging, and Activism in the Atlantic World
- 3 Beyond the Ethnographic Other: Pan-African Activism at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
- 4 Black Sojourners in the <i>Métropole</i> and in the Homeland: Challenges of Otherness in Calixthe Beyala’s <i>Loukoum: The “Little Prince” of Belleville</i> and Myriam Warner-Vieyra’s <i>Juletane</i>
- 5 Staging the Scaffold: Criminal Conversion Narratives of the Late Eighteenth Century
- 6 The Plays of Carlton and Barbara Molette: The Transformative Power of African-American Theater<sup>1</sup>
- 7 “Together We Can Build a Nation of Love and Integration”: The 1965 North Shore Summer Project for Fair Housing in Chicago’s Northern Suburbs
- 8 Redrawing Borders of Belonging in a Narrow Nation: Afro-Chilean Activism in the Hinterlands of Afro-Latin America
- 9 Lowcountry, High Demands: The Struggle for Quality Education in Charleston, South Carolina
- Deferred Dreams, Defiant Struggles
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