Ousmane Sembene and the politics of culture

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Full title: Ousmane Sembene and the politics of culture / edited by Lifongo J. Vetinde and Amadou T. Fofana.
Other authors: Vetinde, Lifongo J.
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • Cultural politics in Senegal : a quest for relevance /
  • by Lifongo Vetinde
  • Sembene, Senghor and competing notions of culture and development at the 1966 Festival Mondial des arts nègres de Dakar /
  • by David Murphy
  • Sembène and the aesthetics of Senghorian négritude /
  • by Lifongo Vetinde
  • Representations of Islam and the question of identity in Ousmane Sembene's Ceddo /
  • by Cherif Correa
  • A twice-told tale : the post-colonial allegory of La noire de
  • (1966) and Faat kine (2000) /
  • by Dayna Oscherwitz
  • Bringing the rain indoors : rereading the national allegory in Ousmane Sembene's Xala /
  • by Mathew H. Brown
  • Women in Sembène's films: spatial reconfigurations and cultural meanings /
  • by Moussa Sow
  • Why does Diouana die? Facing history, migration and trauma in Black girl /
  • by Lyell Davis
  • Language, racial difference and dialogic consciousness : Sembene's God's bits of wood /
  • by Augustine Uka Nwanyanwu
  • An onomastic reading of Ousmane Sembene's Faat kine /
  • by Mouhamedoul A Niang
  • Trans-formal aesthetics and cultural impact on Ousmane Sembene's Xala /
  • by Rachel Diang'a
  • Testimonies /
  • Makhète Diallo, Pathé Diagne, Fatoumata Kandé Senghor.