KALFOU

Inaugural Issue, Spring 2010
Affect, Intimacy, Justice, and Power

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CONTENTS

  • "Ethnic Studies at the Crossroads," by George Lipsitz
  • "Witnessing and the Poetics of Corporality," by Rosa-Linda Fregoso
  • "The Challenges of Blues and Hip Hop Historiography," by Clyde Woods
  • "Slaying the Beast: Reflections on Race, Culture, and Species," by Claire Jean Kim
  • "The Indigenous Peoples’ Movement: Theory, Policy, and Practice," by Duane Champagne
  • Talkative Ancestors: Fannie Lou Hamer
  • Keyword: "Now," by George Lipsitz
  • "The 2009 Latina/o Education Summit: Critical Issues for 109 Immigrant and Undocumented Students in the Latina/o Education Pipeline," by Denise Pacheco
  • Art and Social Action: "The Sacred Drum Theatre Company: Bringing Africa to America," by Susan Fitzpatrick Behrens
  • Mobilized 4 Movement: "Immigrant Women Workers at the Center of Social Change: AIWA Takes Stock of Itself," by Jennifer Chun, George Lipsitz, and Young Shin
  • Teaching and Truth: "This Piece Is for My Student César," by Renée Floresca
  • In Memoriam: "Against the Current, Red Salmon Dreams: raúlrsalinas, 1934–2008," by Alan Eladio Gómez
  • Book Review: "Downtown Ladies: Informal Commercial Importers, a Haitian Anthropologist, and Self-Making in Jamaica by Gina A. Ulysse," reviewed by Eileen Boris
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News

June 2014—
Kalfou has launched with temple university press!

Since the journal's inception in 2010, the Center for Black Studies Research has worked to increase Kalfou's visibility and reach by building a partnership with an academic press. While the journal's editorial home remains at UCSB, we are thrilled to have Temple's assistance with its publication and distribution.

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