|Ekotto and Harrow do an excellent job of contextualizing and framing the new parameters that must be part of the discussion when addressing African cultural production, critical theory, cultural studies, contemporary literature, film, media, the visual, cultural representation, and performance.
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Table of Contents
Introduction: Rethinking African Cultural Production Frieda Ekotto and Ken Harrow
1. The Critical Present: Where Is "African Literature"? Eileen Julien
2. African Writers Challenge Conventions of Postcolonial Literary History Olabode Ibironke
3. Provocations: African Societies and Theories of Creativity Moradewun Adejunmobi
4. In Praise of the Alphabet Patrice Nganang
5. African Cultural Studies: Of Travels, Accents, and Epistemologies Tejumola Olaniyan
6. Le Freak, C’est Critical and Chic: North African Scholars and the Conditions of Cultural Production in Post 9/11 U.S. Academia Lamia Benyoussef
7. Reading ‘Beur’ Film Production Otherwise: The Poetics of the Human and the Transcultural Safoi Babana-Hampton
8. Revealing the Past, Conceptualizing the Future on Screen: The Social, Political and Economic Challenges of Contemporary Filmmaking in Morocco Valérie K. Orlando
9. Theorizing New African Dramaturgies in France Mária Minich Brewer
10. Island Geography as Creole Biography: Shenaz Patel’s Mauritian Literary Production
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