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Source Riddims from Sylvia Wynter
Primary texts by Sylvia Wynter that are cited herein
The Ceremony Must Be Found: After Humanism
.”
boundary 2
12
, no.
3/13
, no.
1
(
1984
):
19
70
.
Ethno or Socio Poetics
.”
Alcheringa/Ethnopoetics
2
(
1976
):
78
94
Human Being as Noun? Or Being Human as Praxis? Towards the Auto-poetic Turn/Overturn: A Manifesto
.”
Unpublished essay
.
Is ‘Development’ a Purely Empirical Concept or Also Teleological? A Perspective from We the Underdeveloped
.” In
Prospects for Recovery and Sustainable Development in Africa
, edited by
Yansané
Aguibou
,
299
316
.
Westport, CT
:
Greenwood Press
,
1996
.
No Humans Involved: An Open Letter to My Colleagues
.” In
Institute N.H.I.
, vol.
1
, no.
1
,
42
73
.
Stanford, CA
,
1994
.
On How We Mistook the Map for the Territory and Reimprisoned Ourselves in Our Unbearable Wrongness of Being, of Désêtre: Black Studies toward the Human Project”
. In
Not Only the Masters Tools: African American Studies in the Theory and Practice
, edited by
Gordon
Lewis
and
Gordon
Jane Anna
,
107
69
.
New York
:
Paradigm Press
,
2006
.
ProudFlesh Inter/Views: Sylvia Wynter
.”
ProudFlesh: New Afrikan Journal of Culture, Politics and Consciousness
4
(
2006
):
1
35
.
The Re-enchantment of Humanism: An Interview with Sylvia Wynter
.”
Small Axe 8
(
September
2000
):
119
207
.
Rethinking ‘Aesthetics’: Notes towards a Deciphering Practice
.” In
Ex-Iles: Essays on Caribbean Cinema
, edited by
Cham
Mbye
,
237
79
.
Trenton, NJ
:
Africa World Press
,
1992
.
Unsettling the Coloniality of Being/Power/Truth/Freedom: Towards the Human, after Man, Its Overrepresentation—an Argument
.”
CR: The New Centennial Review
3
, no.
3
(
2003
):
257
337
.
Relevant texts by Sylvia Wynter that are not directly cited
Africa, the West and the Analogy of Culture: The Cinematic Text after Man
.” In
Symbolic Narratives/African Cinemas: Audience, Theory and Moving Image
, edited by
Givanni
June
,
25
76
.
London
:
British Film Institute
,
2000
.
After the New Class: James, Les Damnés, and the Autonomy of Human Cognition
.”
Paper presented at the conference “C. L. R. James: His Intellectual Legacies”
,
Wellesley, MA
,
April 19–21, 1991
.
Afterword: Beyond Miranda’s Meanings: Un/silencing the ‘Demonic Ground’ of Caliban’s ‘Woman’
”. In
Out of the Kumbla: Caribbean Women and Literature
, edited by
Davies
Carole Boyce
and
Fido
Elaine Savory
,
355
72
.
Trenton, NJ
:
Africa World Press
,
1990
.
Beyond Liberal and Marxist Leninist Feminisms: Towards an Autonomous Frame of Reference
.
San Francisco
:
Institute for Research on Women and Gender
,
1982
.
Beyond the Categories of the Master Conception: The Counter- doctrine of the Jamesian Poiesis
”. In
C. L. R. James’s Caribbean
, edited by
Henry
Paget
and
Buhle
Paule
,
63
91
.
Durham
:
Duke University Press
,
1992
.
Beyond the World of Man: Glissant and the New Discourse of the Antilles
.”
World Literature Today
63
(Autumn
1989
):
637
47
.
The Ceremony Found: Black Knowledges/Struggles, the Color Line and the Third Emancipatory Breaching of the Law of Cognitive Closure
.”
Keynote paper presented at the Collegium for African American Research: Black Knowledges, Black Struggles, Civil Rights—Transnational Perspectives
,
University of Bremen
,
Germany
,
March 26, 2009
.
Columbus, the Ocean Blue and ‘Fables That Stir the Mind’: To Reinvent the Study of Letters
”. In
Poetics of the Americas: Race, Founding and Textuality
, edited by
Cohen
Bainard
and
Humphries
Jefferson
,
141
64
.
Baton Rouge
:
Louisiana State University Press
,
1992
.
Conversation [with Daryl Cumber Dance]
”. In
New World Adams: Conversations with Contemporary West Indian Writers
, edited by
Dance
Daryl Cumber
,
276
82
.
Leeds, UK
:
Peepal Tree Press
,
1992
.
Creole Criticism: A Critique
.”
New World Quarterly
4
(
1973
):
12
36
.
A Different Kind of Creature: Caribbean Literature, the Cyclops Factor and the Second Poetics of the Propter Nos
.”
Annals of Scholarship
12
, nos.
1/2
(
1997
):
153
72
.
Do Not Call Us Negroes: How Multicultural Textbooks Perpetuate Racism
.
San Jose, CA
:
Aspire Books
,
1992
.
1492: A New World View
”. In
Race, Discourse, and the Origin of the Americas: A New World View
, edited by
Hyatt
Vera Lawrence
and
Nettleford
Rex
,
5
57
.
Washington, DC
:
Smithsonian Institution Press
,
1995
.
Gender or the Genre of the Human? History, the Hard Task of Dessa Rose, and the Issue for the New Millennium
.”
Paper presented at the symposium “Black Women Writers and the ‘High Art’ of Afro-American Letters”
,
University of California
,
San Diego
,
May 15–17, 1998
.
‘Genital Mutilation’ or ‘Symbolic Birth’? Female Circumcision, Lost Origins and the Aculturalism of Feminist/Western Thought
.”
Case Western Law Review, Colloquium: Bridging Society, Culture and Law: The Issue of Female Circumcision
47
, no.
2
(
1997
):
501
52
.
The Hills of Hebron: A Jamaican Novel
.
New York
:
Simon and Schuster
,
1962
.
Human Being as Noun, or Being Human as Praxis? On the Laws/Modes of Auto-Institution and Our Ultimate Crisis of Global Warming and Climate Change
.”
Paper presented at the Distinguished Lecture and Residency Series at the Center for African American Studies
,
Wesleyan University
,
Middletown, CT
,
April 23, 2008
.
Jonkonnu in Jamaica: Towards the Interpretation of Folk Dance as a Cultural Process
.”
Jamaica Journal
4
, no.
2
(
1970
):
34
48
.
Maskarade. In West Indian Plays for Schools
, by
Lee
Easton
,
Wynter
Sylvia
, and
Chevannes
Enid
, vol.
2
,
26
55
.
Kingston, Jamaica
:
Jamaica Publishing House
,
1979
.
Meditations on History: Dessa Rose and Slavery Revisited
.”
Paper presented at the symposium “Black Women Writers and the ‘High Art’ of Afro-American Letters”
,
University of California
,
San Diego
,
May 15–17, 1998
.
New Seville and the Conversion Experience of Bartolomé de Las Casas: Part One
.”
Jamaica Journal
17
, no.
2
(
1984
):
25
32
.
New Seville and the Conversion Experience of Bartolomé de Las Casas: Part Two
.”
Jamaica Journal
17
, no.
3
(
1984
):
46
55
.
Novel and History, Plot and Plantation
.”
Savacou
5
(
1971
):
95
102
.
On Disenchanting Discourse: ‘Minority’ Literary Criticism and Beyond
.”
Cultural Critique
7
(Fall
1987
):
207
44
.
One Love: Rhetoric or Reality? Aspects of Afro-Jamaicanism
.”
Caribbean Studies
12
, no.
3
(
1972
):
64
97
.
The Pope Must Have Been Drunk, the King of Castile a Madman: Culture as Actuality and the Caribbean Rethinking of Modernity
”. In
Reordering of Culture: Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada in the ‘Hood
, edited by
Ruprecht
Alvina
and
Taiana
Cecilia
,
17
41
.
Ottawa
:
Carleton University Press
,
1995
.
Towards the Sociogenic Principle: Fanon, Identity and the Puzzle of Conscious Experience
”. In
National Identities and Socio-Political Changes in Latin America
, edited by
Durán-Cogan
Mercedes F.
and
Gómez-Moriana
Antonio
,
30
66
.
New York
:
Routledge
,
2001
.
We Must Learn to Sit Down Together and Talk about a Little Culture: Reflections on West Indian Writing and Criticism
.”
Jamaica Journal 2
, no.
4
(
1968
):
27
42
.
We Must Learn to Sit Down Together and Talk about a Little Culture: Reflections on West Indian Writing and Criticism
.”
Jamaica Journal
3
, no.
1
(
1969
):
27
42
.
Yours in the Intellectual Struggle
”. In
The Caribbean Woman Writer as Scholar: Creating, Imagining, Theorizing
, edited by
Abraham
Keshia N.
,
21
70
.
Coconut Creek, FL
:
Caribbean Studies Press
,
2009
.
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