Recent Publications

Recent Publications by AALCS Members

Calloway, Licia Morrow. Black Family (Dys)Function in Novels by Jessie 
Fauset, Nella Larsen, & Fannie Hurst. New York: Peter Lang, 2003.

Demirturk, E. Lale. "Postcolonial Reflections on the Discourse of 
Whiteness: Paule Marshall's The Chosen Place, the Timeless People." 
CLA Journal

---. "Passing for White: Cultural hybridization in modern African American 
Novel." (in Turkish) Türkiye Günlügü (Turkish Diary) Fall 2004.

---. "African American Great Migration Novel" (in Turkish) Kebikeç, No. 16 
(2003): 403-425.

Donalson, Melvin. Black Directors in Hollywood. Austin, TX: University of 
Texas Press, 2003. 

King, Lovalerie King. A Students’ Guide to African American Literature, 1760 
to the
Present. Foreword by Trudier Harris-Lopez. Peter Lang, 2003.

---. “Resistance, Reappropriation, and Reconciliation: The Blues and Flying
Africans in Gayl Jones’s Song for Anninho.” Callaloo. 27. 3 (Summer 2004).

---. “Womanism from Zora Neale Hurston to Alice Walker.” In The Cambridge
Companion to the African American Novel
. Ed. Maryemma Graham. 
2004. 233-252.

---. “Counterdiscourses on the Racialization of Theft and Morality in Douglass's
1845 Narrative and Jacobs's Incidents.” MELUS 28.4 (Winter 2003): 54-82.

Nielsen, Aldon Lynn. _Integral Music: Languages of African American 
_. Tuscaloosa, Alabama: U of Alabama P, 2004.

---. “Fugitive Fictions.” African American Review 37.2-3 (2003): 321-31.

---. “Stained Glass Widow” and “Other Matters” (poems). _Hambone_. 17 (2004):

Moody, Joycelyn K. “Enslaved Women as Autobiographical Narrators: The 
Case of Louisa Picquet.” Rhetoric and Ethnicity. Ed. Keith Gilyard and 
Vorris Nunley. New York: Heinemann-Boynton-Cook, 2004. 15-23.

---. Review of Forgotten Readers: Recovering the Lost History of African 
American Literary Societies
, by Elizabeth McHenry. Modern Language
66.1 (2005): 143-147.

---. Review of Harriet Jacobs: A Life, by Jean Fagan Yellin. Women’s Review 
of Books
(Winter 2004).

---. “To Be Young, Pregnant, and Black: My Life as a Welfare Coed.” 
Reclaiming Class: Women, Poverty, and the Promise of Education in
Ed. Vivyan C. Adair and Sandra Dahlberg. Philadelphia: Temple
UP, 2003. 85-96.

Thomas, Jr., Joseph T. "Child Poets and the Poetry of the Playground." 
Children's Literature Spring 32 (2004): 152-77.

Ward, Jerry W., Jr. "Everybody's Protest Novel: The Era of Richard Wright." 
The Cambridge Companion to the African American Novel. Ed. Maryemma
Graham. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 173-188.

---. "Prologue to an Essay on African American Satire." Black Magnolias 
(2003): 2-8.

---. "I Have Felt the Gulf: Mississippi," "Journey 55," "After the Report from 
Iron Mountain." Furious Flower: African American Poetry from the Black
Arts Movement to the Present
. Ed. Joanne V. Gabbin. Charlottesville: 
University of Virginia Press, 2004. 143-146.

Woodard, Loretta G. Review of Kevin J. Wetmore’s Black Dionysus Greek 
Tragedy and African American Theatre. OBSIDIAN III
2004): 180-183.

---. Review of Joanne Megna-Wallace’s Understanding I Know Why the
Caged Bird Sings: A Student Casebook to Issues, Sources,
and Historical Documents. Journal of African American 
History 89
. 1 (Winter 2004): 87-88.

---. Review of Maria Lauret’s Alice Walker. African American Review 37.1 
(Spring 2003): 170-171.

---. “The Will to Survive in Gloria Naylor’s The Women of Brewster Place.” In
Women in Literature: Reading Through the Lens of Gender. Eds. Jerily 
Fisher and Ellen S. Silber. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2003. 303-305.