Afro-Fabulations: The Queer Drama of Black Life

@inproceedings{Nyongo2018AfroFabulationsTQ,
  title={Afro-Fabulations: The Queer Drama of Black Life},
  author={Tavia Nyong’o},
  year={2018}
}
TAVIA N YONGO ICA WE WANT EVERYTHING LACK JOY WITH. WYATT SARAFIN CRITICAL INQUIRY. AFRO FABULATING IN THE SHADOWS SOCIAL TEXT. AFRO FABULATIONS THE QUEER DRAMA OF BLACK LIFE SEXUAL. INTRODUCTION A RACE AGAINST TIME UNIVERSITY PRESS. SENSUAL EXCESS QUEER FEMININITY AND BROWN JOUISSANCE BY. TAVIA NYONG O FOREWORD OF TERRORIST ASSEMBLAGES. FACULTY PUBLICATIONS AMP PRODUCTIONS DEPARTMENT OF AFRICAN. AFRO FABULATIONS THE QUEER DRAMA OF BLACK LIFE BY NYONG. AFRO FABULATIONS SEXUAL CULTURES TAVIA… Expand
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