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Re-engineering Blackspace

Collection:
Black Caribbean Literature (BCL)
Contributor:
Brodber,Erna (Author)
Format:
Journal Article
Publication Date:
March-June, 1997
Published:
Mona, Jamaica: Extra Mural Dept. of the University College of the West Indies
Location:
African American Research Center, Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Subject Term:
Caribbean area, Blacks, African diaspora, Pan-Africanism, Nettleford, Rex M., 1933-2010
Notes:
Included in the journal's special issue: The Plenaries: Conference on Caribbean Culture in Honour of Professor Rex Nettleford, Mona, Kingston, Jamaica (03/1996), edited by Barry Chevannes and George Lamming; 103 pp., Discusses Ethiopianism and Pan-Africanism as philosophies based on the premise that the alliances of the blacks of Africa and the diaspora are not limited by borders. These philosophies, both grounded in Atlantic crossings, are arguably part of the process of completing emancipation through their creation of a new discursive space for blacks, what Brodber terms "Blackspace." --Kezia Page, Transnational negotiations (2011, p. 68)