MAE G. HENDERSON BIBLIOGRAPHY

(last update: 5/2/97)



In Another Country: Afro-American Expatriate Novelists
in France, 1946-1974

Ph.D. Thesis:
Yale University,1983


Editor Antislavery newspapers and periodicals
Boston:G.K. Hall,1980 (1984)


"(W)Riting The Work and Working the Rites."
Black American Literature Forum.
Winter 1989 v 23 n 4


Speaking in Tongues: Dialogism and the Black Woman
Writer's Literary Tradition

Cheryl Wall, ed. Changing Our Own Words: Essays on Criticism, Theory,and Writing by Black Women
New Brunswick:
Rutgers University Press, 1989




(W)riting The Work and Working
the Rites.

Feminism and Institutions: Dialogues on Feminist Theory
Cambridge:
Blackwell,1989




The Color Purple: Revisions and
Redefinitions
Alice Walker
New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1989




History, Metaphor, and Narrativity
in Toni Morrison's Beloved.

Voices of the African Diaspora.
Fall 1990 v 7 n 1


Introduction
Jones,Gayl White Rat
Boston: Northeastern University Press,1991




Toni Morrison's Beloved: Re-membering the Body
as Historical Text
ed. Hortense Spillers and Marjorie Pryse. Comparative American Identities: Race, Sex, and Nationality in the Modern Text
New York:
Routledge,1991





Toni Morrison's Beloved: Re-membering the Body as Historical Text
Discourses of Sexuality: from Aristotle to AIDS
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1992





Response to Houston A. Baker, Jr.
There Is No More Beautiful Way: Theory and the Poetics of Afro-American Women's Writing

Houston A. Baker, Jr. and Patricia Richmond eds.Afro-American Literary Studies in the 1990s
Chicago:
University of Chicago Press,1992


Remembering The Legacy.
The Langston Hughes Review: Official Publication
Fall 1992 v. 11 n. 2


Drama and Denial In The Outsider
Richard Wright: Critical Perspectives Past and Present
New York:Amistad, 1993




Speaking in Tongues: Dialogics, Dialectics and the Black Woman Writer's Literary Tradition

Aesthetics in Feminist Perspective
Bloomington:
Indiana University Press,1993




"What It Means to Teach the Other When the Other Is the Self."(withSaidiya Hartman)
Callaloo. v. 17, Summer 1994, p. 432.


"Where, By The Way, Is This Train Going?
A Case for (Re)Framing Black Cultural Studies"
The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association
Spring 1994 v. 27 n. 1




Authors and Authorities
Women's Review of Books
v. 12 n. 9 June 1995


Borders, Boundaries, and Frames:
Essays in Cultural Criticism and Cultural Studies

New York:
Routledge,1995


Introduction to Rethinking Black (Cultural) Studies.
Callaloo.Winter 1996 v. 19 n. 1




"Where, by the way, is this train going?:
A Case for Black (Cultural) Studies."
Callaloo. Winter 1996 v. 19 n. 1


The Stories of (O)Dessa: Stories of Complicity and Resistance

Female Subjects in Black and White; Race, Psychoanalysis, Feminism, eds. Elizabeth Abel, Barbara Christian, and Helene Moglen (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997)


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