Literature and Racial Ambiguity

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Editors: Teresa Hubel and Neil Brooks
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Neil Brooks and Teresa Hubel: Introduction
1 Peter Clandfield: “What Is In My Blood?”: Contemporary Black Scottishness and the work of Jackie Kay
2 Neluka Silva: “Everyone was Vaguely Related”: Hybridity and the Politics of Race in Sri Lankan Literary Discourses in English
3 Teresa Zackodnik: Passing Transgressions and Authentic Identity in Jessie Fauset’s Plum Bun and Nella Larsen’s Passing
4 Myriam Perregaux: Whiteness as Unstable Construction: Kate Pullinger’s The Last Time I Saw Jane
5 Bella Adams: Becoming Chinese: Racial Ambiguity in Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club
6 Jennifer Sparrow: Strategic Créolité. Caliban and Miranda after Empire
7 Jennifer Gibbs: White Identity and the New Ethic in Faulkner's Light In August
8 Elizabeth DeLoughrey: White Fathers, Brown Daughters: the Frisbie Family Romance and the American Pacific
9 Rita Keresztesi Treat: Writing Culture and Performing Race in Mourning Dove's Cogewea, The Half-Blood '(1927)
10 Kathryn Nicol: Visible Differences: Viewing Racial Identity in Toni Morrison's Paradise and “Recitatif”
11 Yvette Tan: Looking Different/Rethinking Difference: Global Constants and/or Contradictory Characteristics in Yasmine Gooneratne's A Change of Skies and. Adib Kalim's Seasonal Adjustments
12 Margaret D. Stetz: Jessie Fauset’s Fiction: Reconsidering Race and Revising Aestheticism
13 Paul AlIatson: “I May Create A Monster”: Cherríe Moraga's Transcultural Conundrum
14 Michele Hunter: Revisiting the Third Space: Reading Danzy Senna's Caucasia
Notes on the Authors

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