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CLAJ 64.1 Special Issue: Blackness and Disability: This. Is. The. Remix. or I Thought I Told You That We Won't Stop

The CLA Journal (ISSN 0007-8549) is a multilingual peer-reviewed bi-annual publication by the College Language Association. It is issued in March and September of each year. CLAJ publishes critical essays on African Diasporan language, literature, and cultural studies; seminal interviews; and book reviews.

You can download a PDF of the full journal issue by clicking on the link below.


  

Special Issue: Blackness and Disability: This. Is. The. Remix. or I Thought I Told You That We Won't Stop

Guest Edited by Therí Alyce Pickens

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Note from the Editor
Dr. Sandra G. Shannon

Blackness and Disability: The Remix
Therí A. Pickens

On Fits, Starts, and Entry Points: The Rise of Black Disability Studies
Anna Hinton

Blackened Vulnerabilities and Intersex Mobility in Jeffrey Eugenides's Middlesex
Kianna Middleton

No Crips Allowed: Magical Negroes, Black Superheroes, And the Hyper-Abled Black Male Body in Steven Spielberg's Amistad and Ryan Coogler's Black Panther
Charles I. Nero

Horror as Resistance: Reimagining Blackness and Madness
Michelle Jarman

Materializing Tension: The Laborious, Woven Documentation Of a Black, Queer, Crip Bodymind in Indira Allegra's Documented Disability
Tamir Williams

Black Disability Gone Viral: A Critical Race Approach to Inspiration Porn
Sami Schalk

Black Autism: A Conversation with Diana Paulin
Julia Miele Rodas, Diana R. Paulin

Irrevocable Conditions: Black, Palestinian, Disabled Homes in Jana Elhassan's The 99th Floor
Michelle Hartman

"Don't nobody wanna be locked up": The Black Disabled Veteran in Toni Morrison's Sula and August Wilson's Fences
Delia Steverson

Disability, Blackness, and Indigeneity: An Invitation to a Conversation
Siobhan Senier

Book Reviews

The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning & Black Study by Stefano Harney and Fred Moten (review)
Timothy Lyle

Bodyminds Reimagined: (Dis)Ability, Race, and Gender in Black Women's Speculative Fiction by Sami Schalk (review)
A.D. Boynton II

In the Wake: On Blackness and Being by Christina Sharpe (review)
Nirmala Erevelles

Contributors

 
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The CLA Journal (ISSN 0007-8549) is a multilingual peer-reviewed bi-annual publication by the College Language Association. It is issued in March and September of each year. CLAJ publishes critical essays on African Diasporan language, literature, and cultural studies; seminal interviews; and book reviews.

You can download a PDF of the full journal issue by clicking on the link below.

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The CLA Journal (ISSN 0007-8549) is a multilingual peer-reviewed bi-annual publication by the College Language Association. It is issued in March and September of each year. CLAJ publishes critical essays on African Diasporan language, literature, and cultural studies; seminal interviews; and book reviews.

You can download a PDF of the full journal issue by clicking on the link below.

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The CLA Journal (ISSN 0007-8549) is a multilingual peer-reviewed bi-annual publication by the College Language Association. It is issued in March and September of each year. CLAJ publishes critical essays on African Diasporan language, literature, and cultural studies; interviews; and book reviews.

You can download a PDF of the full journal issue by clicking on the links below.

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The CLA Journal (ISSN 0007-8549) is a multilingual peer-reviewed bi-annual publication by the College Language Association. It is issued in March and September of each year. CLAJ publishes critical essays on African Diasporan language, literature, and cultural studies; seminal interviews; and book reviews.

You can download a PDF of the full journal issue by clicking on the link below.

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