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  • Ade Talabi
    The Editors of IJELE: ART EJOURNAL OF THE AFRICAN WORLD are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 2, Number 1. Join us at
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 3, 2001
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      The Editors of IJELE: ART EJOURNAL OF THE AFRICAN WORLD are pleased to
      announce the publication of Volume 2, Number 1.

      Join us at http://www.ijele.com/ijele/vol2.1/toc2.1.htm for the usual fest
      of scholarship and fascinating exhibitions. Read the essays online, or
      simply print from the accompanying "print copy" prepared in adobe format.

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      Table of contents:

      Editorial: READ ON AND BE CHALLENGED!
      Ikem Okoye, University of Delaware, USA

      Articles:
      RE-/PRESENTING BLACK FEMALE IDENTITY IN BRAZIL: 'FILHAS D'OXUM IN BAHIA
      CARNIVAL
      Carole Boyce Davies, Northwestern University, USA

      "'SWINGING' THEORY: THE BLUES IDIOM AS VOX POPULI
      Charles Peterson, The College of Wooster, USA

      FRENCH COLONIAL ART EDUCATION IN MOROCCO
      Hamid Irbouh, Binghamton University, USA

      ART AS TIME-LINES: FAMILY REPRESENTATION IN SACRAL SPACES
      Nkiru Nzegwu, Binghamton University, USA

      NEGOTIATING IDENTITY: URBAN COMMUNITY MURAL ART IN SOUTH AFRICA
      Sabine Marschall, Cape Town University, South Africa

      THE COUNCIL OF FEDERATED ORGANIZATIONS MISSISSIPPI LITERACY PROJECT & THE
      STUDENT NONVIOLENT COORDINATING COMMITTEE
      Lee Jack Morton, New Jersey and Eric Morton, Fort Valley State
      University of Georgia USA

      Film & Video Reviews:
      "RECALLING THE FUTURE: ART IN CONTEMPORARY AFRICA"
      Julie L. McGee, Bowdoin College, USA

      Exhibition & Book Reviews:
      (MISSED) CONNECTION AND CONTEXT: AMERICAN EXHIBITS/AUDIENCES AND MODERN
      AFRICAN ART: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF ENCOUNTERS WITH THE CONTEMPORARY
      Courtney E. Cole

      OZIOMA ONUZULIKE: REDRAWING THE FRONTIERS OF CERAMICS
      C. Krydz Ikwuemesi

      Exhibitions:
      CELEBRATING ADIRE: THE BATIK ART OF NIKE
      Artist: Nike Ojo (Davies) Okundaye

      bodies/BODIES
      Artist: Kelechi Amadi-Obi

      THE BEST IS YET TO COME
      Artist: Chinwe Uwatse

      ONE PLUS ONE...THE INFINITY OF POSSIBILITIES
      Artists: Uche Edochie

      MANUSCRIPTS: ANCIENT SYMBOLS / CONTEMPORARY FORMS
      Artists: Victor Ekpuk

      OZIOMA ONUZULIKE: EARTH TO ART
      Artist: Ozioma Onuzulike

      CRITICAL VISUAL COMMENTARY
      Artist: Kasumba Stephen

      Research Photograph Gallery:
      FILHOS DE GANDHI, BAHIA CARNIVAL
      Carole Boyce Davies

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      Editors
      IJELE: ART EJOURNL OF THE AFRICAN WORLD
      http://www.ijele.com


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