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What Tell Freedom Now
2019
45.2

Kimberly Quiogue Andrews, Khanyisile Mbongwa & Douglas Kearney, Guest Editors

Cover Art: Sethembile Msezane, Water Bodies—Isinqumo I
Interior Page: Sethembile Msezane, Sebashilo Ukuthi Basilindile II (Detail)

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COUNTER/NARRATIVES: AN ASAP/10 ROUNDTABLE IN CONVERSATION WITH JOHN KEENE
Introduction: Narratives & Counternarratives 
Kimberly Quiogue Andrews, Guest Editor

in relation: a semi-cento with, for & about john keene (et al.) 
Evie Shockley

John Keene’s Narrative Economy
Phillip Brian Harper

Seismosis/Semiosis: Shaking Up Black Meaning
Tyrone Williams

Keener Sounds 
Aldon Lynn Nielsen

Refusing Access
Susan Cooke Weeber

Thoughts & Responses
John Keene

WHAT DO WE TELL FREEDOM, NOW? EMANCIPATION & ART
Introduction: What Do We Tell Freedom, Now?
Khanyisile Mbongwa, Guest Editor

THINKING ABOUT EMANCIPATION: AFRICAN INDEPENDENCE
Timeline of African Countries Receiving Independence

Tomorrow, There Will Be More of Us: 2020 Curatorial Statement
Khanyisile Mbongwa, Dr. Bernard Akoi-Jackson & Nontobeko Ntombela

QUEER, not yet here
Kopano Maroga

My feet ached for liberation
Vuyi Qubeka

BIENNALES, TRIENNALES & ART FESTIVALS IN AFRICA
Healing through Revealing: Research as an Emancipatory Praxis
Rashieda Witter

Locating the Role of African Film Festivals under Pan-African Ideologies 
Silas Miami

The Second Johannesburg Biennale 
Carol Becker

Kampala Art Biennale in Retrospect
Martha Kazungu

On Emancipation, Freedom & Art 
Kwasi Ohene-Ayeh

The Bienniale Phenomenon in the Congolese Context
Jean Kamba

TOWARDS TOMORROW
To Imagine Is To Be: Towards the Stellenbosch Triennale 
Dr. Mike Tigere Mavura

Stellenbosch Triennale Artist Announcement 2020

Water 
Koleka Putuma

Stellenbosch Triennale 2020: Selected Works 

SEE WHAT I’M SAYING IS: WRITING + IMAGE
Introduction: See What I’m Saying Is: Writing + Image 
Douglas Kearney, Guest Editor

MAMA’S GUN COVER SECTION
Penitentiary Philosophy 
Aleshea Harris

Didn’t Cha Know 
Justin Phillip Reed

Her Life (The Black Girl’s) in Unedited Episodes 
Anastacia-Reneé

… & On 
Rosamond S. King

Cleva
Yona Harvey

Sugah Heys Back (An Interlude Disguised as Exegesis)
Rone Shavers

Booty
Danez Smith

Hesi 
Cathy Thomas

A.D. 2000 
Saretta Morgan

come live 
Duriel E. Harris

Orange Moon
Aziza Barnes

Bag Lady: The Yam Remix 
LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs

Time’s A Wastin’ 
Alexis Pauline Gumbs

It’s Halfway Through the School Year (After “Green Eyes” By Erykah Badu) 
Treasure Shields Redmond

UNPROMPTED, BUT ON-TIME
a king ailey on ery corner
avery r. young

From The Lineage of A Kneegrow Series
Hello, My Name Is… (2012) 
Hello, My Name Is… (2012)
Hello, My Name Is… (2012) 
I Will Become The Kneegrow (2016)
The Lineage of A Kneegrow Pt. 1 (2010) 
Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle

A Genealogy of Roses & Other Names
M or a Chemical Equation for Dismemberment 
A Body of Work: SPINE
A Body of Work: HEAD(ER) 
Chaun Webster

from The Black & White Sonnet Series
giovanni singleton

Scores 
Davu Seru

Place from Where My Mother Was Taken 
But I Can’t
Marion Hall

from RE•ÄL’
Darrel Alejandro Holnes & Joseph Malfettone

In Blackblues There Is This We 
Lillian-Yvonne Bertram

from Undex 
M. NourbeSe Philip

Dollar Straight/Dollar Box
Jonah Mixon-Webster

Ti Ador(n)o
Shayla Lawson

from Olio Notebooks
Tyehimba Jess

from r-a-g 
Yolanda Wisher

Not Just Many Bodies of Water… 
Julie Ezelle Patton

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