Table of Contents
Sabine Broeck: Enslavement as Regime of Western Modernity: Re-reading Gender Studies Epistemology Through Black Feminist Critique
Terri Francis: I and I: Elizabeth Alexander’s Collective First-Person Voice, the Witness and the Lure of Amnesia.
Alexis Pauline Gumbs: “We Can Learn to Mother Ourselves”: A Dialogically Produced Audience and Black Feminist Publishing 1979 to the “Present”.
Katherine Gerund: Sisterly (Inter)Actions: Audre Lorde and the Development of Afro-German Women’s Communities.