Manthia Diawara Bibliography (last updated: 2/2/97)

African Cinema: The Background And The Economic Context Of Production (Ph.D. Dissertation, 1985: Indiana University)


Oral Literature and African Film: Narratology in Wend Kuuni
Presence Africaine: Revue Culturelle du Monde Noir / Cultural Review of the Black World Paris, France Vol.: 1987, 142

Robinson, Elizabeth
New Perspectives in African Cinema: an interview with Cheick Oumar Sissoko
Film Quarterly v 41 p. 43-8 Winter '87/'88


Black Spectatorship:Problems of Identification and Resistance.
Screen Fall 88 v 29 n 4


Popular Culture and Oral Traditions in African film
Film Quarterly v 41 p. 6-14 Spring '88


The Other('s) Archivist
Diacritics:
Baltimore, MD Johns Hopkins University Press Vol.: Spring 1988, 18:1


Popular Culture and Oral Traditions in African Film
Film Quarterly v41 n3 Spring 1988


with Pfaff, Francoise
Twenty-five Black African filmmakers: a critical study, with filmography and bio-bibliography
Film Quarterly v 42 Spring '89


The African Tale Of Cinema
Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture
Bloomington, IN Indiana University Press
Volume: Spring-Summer 1989, 11:2


Oral Literature and African Film: Narratology in Wend Kunni
Anthology: Questions of Third Cinema. eds. Jim Pines and Paul Willemen
British Film Institute London, England: 1989


African Cinema Today
Atlanta Third World Film Festival & Forum (9th : 1989)
African Cinema Now! : Three Essays from the 9th Annual Atlanta Third World Film Festival & Forum November 2-5, 1989.
Atlanta: Bureau of Cultural Affairs in cooperation with the African Studies Association, 1989


The Nature of Mother in Dreaming Rivers.
Third Text Winter 1990 n 13


(with Klotman, Phyllis)
Vampires, Sex and Addiction: Ganja and Hess (Bill Gunn,1973).
Jump Cut. April 1990 n 35


Reading Africa Through Foucault: V.Y. Mudimbe's Reaffirmation Of The Subject
October
Cambridge, MA
MIT Press Vol.: Winter 1990, 55



Englishness and Blackness: Cricket as Discourse on Colonialism
Callaloo
Baltimore, MD Johns Hopkins University Press Vol.: Fall 1990, 13:4




Ganja and Hess: Vampires, Sex, and Addictions.
Black American Literature Forum Summer 1991 v 25 n 2


The Absent One: The Avant-Garde and the Black Imaginary in Looking for Langston
Wide Angle:
Baltimore, MD Johns Hopkins University Press Vol. 1991, 13:3-4

Also In: Representing Black Men
ed. Blount and Cunningham
New York: Routledge, 1996


On Film: Djibril Diop Mambety's Touki Bouki.
Black film Review. 1991 v 6 n 3


On Film: Idrissa Ouedraogo's Tilai.
Black film Review. 1991 v 6 n 3


On Film: Ousmane Sembene's Camp de Thiaroye.
Black film Review. 1991 v 6 n 3


Report from FESPACO.
Black film Review. 1991 v 7 n 1


Cinema Studies, the Strong Thought and Black Film: Guest
Editor's Introduction.
Wide Angle: July 1991 v 13 n 3 / 4


Black Cinema
Wide Angle
Baltimore, MD Johns Hopkins University Press Vol. 1991, 13:3-4


V. Y. Mudimbe: A Special Section
Callaloo: Baltimore, MD Johns Hopkins University Press Vol.: Fall 1991, 14:4



Canonizing Soundiata In Mande Literature: Toward A Sociology Of Narrative Elements
Social Text,
Durham, NC Duke University Press
Volume: 1992, 10:2-3


A Dialogue on Presence Africaine (Mudimbe and Diawara)
Editor: V.Y. Mudimbe
The Surreptitious Speech: Presence Africaine and the Politics of Otherness, 1947-1987
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992


The Art of Identity: A Conversation Between Sonia Boyce and
Manthia Diawara
Transition
New York: Oxford University Press
Volume: No. 55 , 1992

reprinted in: Black British Cultural Studies,, A Reader.
ed.s Houston A. Baker, Jr, Manthia Diawara, and Ruth H. Lindeborg
(Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996)

Afrokitsch
Black Popular Culture ed.s Gina Dent and Michele Wallace.
Bay Press, Seattle, WA 1992
Dia Center's Discussions In Contemporary Culture (No. 8)


African Cinema: Politics And Culture
Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN
1992


New York and Ouagadougou: The Homes of African Cinema
Sight and Sound, Market Hanborough, England
Nov. 1993, 3:11


Power and Territory : The Emergence of Black British Film Collectives
In: Fires Were Started : British Cinema and Thatcherism
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993


Whose African Cinema Is it Anyway?
Sight and Sound
Market Hanborough, England
Volume: Feb. 1993, 3:2


On Tracking World Cinema
Public Culture: Chicago, IL University of Chicago Press
Volume: Winter 1993, 5:2


 Noir by Noirs: Towards A New Realism In Black Cinema
African-American Review,
Terre Haute, IN Indiana State University
Volume: Winter 1993, 27:4

Also In:
Shades of Noir: A Film Noir Reader ed. Joan Copjec
New York: Verso, 1993


A Symposium on Popular Culture and Political Correctness
Social Text
Durham, NC: Duke University Press
Volume: 1993 No. 36



The Perpetual Rebel
Village Voice v38 n14
Apr 6, 1993


Black American Cinema
Routledge New York, NY 1993


Cultural Studies/Black Studies: Performative Acts
In: AfterImage
Rochester, NY 1993 Vol.

Also In: Borders, Boundaries, and Frames: Cultural Criticism And Cultural Studies
ed. Mae Henderson
Routledge, New York, NY 1995


Homeboy Cosmopolitanism
Paper presented at the Conference on African-American Youth.
African American Studies Department
Center For the Study of Black Literature and Culture
University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA March, 1994


Malcolm X and the Black Public Sphere: Conversionists Versus Culturalists
Public Culture
Chicago, IL University of Chicago Press Vol.: Fall 1994 7:1

Social Theory and the Politics of Identity
ed. Craig Calhoun
Blackwell: Oxford, England 1994



Out of Ouaga -- Guimba by Cheick Oumar Sissoko / Keita: The Heritage of the Griot by Dani Kouyate / Haramuya by Drissa Toure / Le Franc by Djibril Diop Mambety

Village Voice v40 n16 Apr 18, 1995


On Reverse Ethnography
Paper presented at the "Visible Evidence III" conference
Harvard University. August 17, 1995
Diawara's documentary film about Jean Rouch entitled "Rouch In Reverse"


Essay in African Experiences of Cinema
Edited by Imruh Bakari and Mbye Cham
(Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 1996)

Pan-Africanism and Pedagogy

Black Renaissance/Renaissance Noire

Vol. 1, No. 1, Fall 1996 (Bloomington: Indiana University Press,1996)


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