- Title Pages
- Lafcadio Hearn's American Writings and the Creole Continuum
- Auguste Lussan's <i>La Famille créole</i>: How Saint-Domingue Émigrés Became Louisiana Creoles
- Caribbean and Creole in New Orleans
- Creolizing Barack Obama
- Richard Price or the Canadian From Petite-Anse: The Potential and the Limitations of a Hybrid Anthropology
- ‘Fightin’ the Future': Rhythm and Creolization in the Circum-Caribbean
- Leaving the South: Frantz Fanon, Modern Jazz and the Rejection of <i>Négritude</i>
- The Sorcerer and the <i>Quimboiseur</i>: Poetic Intention in the Works of Miles Davis and Édouard Glissant
- Creolizing Jazz, Jazzing the Tout-monde: Jazz, Gwoka and the Poetics of Relation
- Go Slow Now: Saying the Unsayable in Édouard Glissant's Reading of Faulkner
- Édouard Glissant and the Test of Faulkner's Modernism
- The Theme of the Ancestral Crime in the Novels of Faulkner, Glissant and Condé
- An American Story
- Notes on Contributors
The Francophone Caribbean and the American South
- American Creoles
- Liverpool University Press
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