Frontiers 42:1

Frontiers 42:1

Edited by Wanda S. Pillow, Kimberly M. Jew, and Darius Bost

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Table Of Contents

Frontiers Vol. 42, No. 1 (2021)
Special Issue: Black Performance

Contents

Editor’s Note
Kimberly M. Jew

Interview with Charly Evon Simpson
Trey McEuen

Interview with Harris Smith
Nadia Sine

Interview with Nikki Yeboah
Kalista Vordos

Interview with Martine Kei Green-Rogers
Stacey Haslam

“Blood at the Root”: Cultural Abjection and Thwarted Desire in the Lynching Plays and Poetry of Angelina Weld Grimké
K. Allison Hammer

Postindustrial Futurities in Contemporary Black Feminist Theater: Lynn Nottage’s Sweat, Dominique Morisseau’s Skeleton Crew, and Lisa Langford’s The Art of Longing
Julie Burrell

Sensing History’s Hold: Touch and Black Queer Representation after Moynihan
Darius Bost

Play (Loudly): The Racialized Erotics of Blacksound in Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing
Gabriel Peoples

Posin’ a Threat: Countering the Colonial Project from Jay-Z’s “Moonlight” to the US Senate
Leticia Ridley

Flyin’ High in Flyin’ West: Representing Nineteenth-Century African American Women in Performance
Kristyl D. Tift

“Here We Are”: Ogoni Women’s Nonviolent Resistance
Domale Dube Keys

From Hawaiʻi to Okinawa: Confronting Militarization, Healing Trauma, Strengthening Solidarity
Kim Compoc, Joy Lehuanani Enomoto, and Kasha Hoʻokili Ho