Revisiting the Elegy in the Black Lives Matter Era

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Table of Contents Chapter 1: Emily Ruth Rutter, "‘Where will all that beauty go?’: A Tribute to Poet-Scholar Tiffany Austin" Chapter 2: Emily Ruth Rutter, Tiffany Austin, Sequoia Maner, and darlene anita scott, "Elegiac Resistance: An Introduction to Revisiting the Elegy in the Black Lives Matter Era" I. "Elegiac Reconfigurations" Tony Medina, "Senryu for Trayvon Martin" and "From the Crushed Voice Box of Freddie Gray" Angela Jackson-Brown, "I Must Not Breathe" Anne Lovering Rounds, "American Diptych" Jerry Wemple, "Nickel Rides: For Freddie Gray" Chapter 3: Laura Vrana, "Denormativizing Elegy: Historical and Transnational Journeying in the Black Lives Matter Poetics of Patricia Smith, Aja Monet, and Shane McCrae" Chapter 4: Maureen Gallagher, "The Didactic and Elegiac Modes of Claudia Rankine’s Citizen: An American Lyric" Chapter 5: Anne Rashid, "Lucille Clifton’s and Claudia Rankine’s Elegiac Poetics of Nature" Chapter 6: J. Peter Moore, "in terrible fruitfulness: Arthur Jafa’s Love is the Message, The Message is Death and the Not-Lost Southern Accent" Emily Jo Scalzo, "After Charleston" Paula Bohince, "The Flint River" Lisa Norris, "Big-Beaked White Birds" Steffan Triplett, "Slumber Party" Sequoia Maner, "upon reading the autopsy of Sandra Bland" and "Black Boy Contrapuntal: For Trayvon Martin" II. "Hauntings and Reckonings" Danielle Legros Georges, "Poem of History" and "As Falling Star" darlene anita scott, "A Series of Survivals" Sean Murphy, "Bud Powell’s Brain" Sarah Giragosian, "Nina" Chapter 7: Almas Khan, "Black Lives Matter and Legal Reconstructions of Elegiac Forms" Chapter 8: Sequoia Maner, "Anatomizing the Body, Diagnosing the Country: Reading the Elegies of Patricia Smith" Chapter 9: Deborah M. Mix, "‘A diagnosis is an ending’: Pathology and Presence in Bettina Judd’s Patient." Tiffany Austin, "Peaches" Charlie Braxton, "Strays in the Hood" Lauren K. Alleyne, "Poetry Workshop after the Verdict: For Trayvon" and "Elegy: For Tamir" III. "Elegists as Activists" Jacqueline Johnson, "Soul Memory (for Renisha McBride)" Chris Campanioni, "#IWokeUpLikeThis or: The Latest in Space-Age #PostInternet Pajamas" and "rendition" Cameron Barnett, "Uniform; or things I would paint if I were a painter" Chapter 10: Licia Morrow Hendriks, "‘A Cause Divinely Spun’: The Poet in an Age of Social Unrest" Chapter 11: Megan Feifer and Maia Butler, "Edwidge Danticat’s Elegiac Project: A Transnational Historiography of U.S. Imperialist State Violence" Chapter 12: Brother Yao (Hoke S. Glover III), "Loving You Is Complicated: Empire of Language #4" Kimmika Williams-Witherspoon, "No Indictment (On the Death of Sandra Bland)" Nicholas Rianard Goodly, "Skin Tones" Jason Harris, "Appraisal (Elegy for As of a Now)" Tiffany Austin, "Dark Milk: After Basquiat" Chapter 13: Sequoia Maner, "An Interview with Amanda Johnston, Co-Founder of Black Poets Speak Out" Prompts for Further Discussion Appendix for Further Reading Contributor Bios Index

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  • Revisiting the Elegy in the Black Lives Matter Era
  • Table of Contents Chapter 1: Emily Ruth Rutter, "‘Where will all that beauty go?’: A Tribute to Poet-Scholar Tiffany Austin" Chapter 2: Emily Ruth Rutter, Tiffany Austin, Sequoia Maner, and darlene anita scott, "Elegiac Resistance: An Introduction to Revisiting the Elegy in the Black Lives Matter Era" I. "Elegiac Reconfigurations" Tony Medina, "Senryu for Trayvon Martin" and "From the Crushed Voice Box of Freddie Gray" Angela Jackson-Brown, "I Must Not Breathe" Anne Lovering Rounds, "American Diptych" Jerry Wemple, "Nickel Rides: For Freddie Gray" Chapter 3: Laura Vrana, "Denormativizing Elegy: Historical and Transnational Journeying in the Black Lives Matter Poetics of Patricia Smith, Aja Monet, and Shane McCrae" Chapter 4: Maureen Gallagher, "The Didactic and Elegiac Modes of Claudia Rankine’s Citizen: An American Lyric" Chapter 5: Anne Rashid, "Lucille Clifton’s and Claudia Rankine’s Elegiac Poetics of Nature" Chapter 6: J. Peter Moore, "in terrible fruitfulness: Arthur Jafa’s Love is the Message, The Message is Death and the Not-Lost Southern Accent" Emily Jo Scalzo, "After Charleston" Paula Bohince, "The Flint River" Lisa Norris, "Big-Beaked White Birds" Steffan Triplett, "Slumber Party" Sequoia Maner, "upon reading the autopsy of Sandra Bland" and "Black Boy Contrapuntal: For Trayvon Martin" II. "Hauntings and Reckonings" Danielle Legros Georges, "Poem of History" and "As Falling Star" darlene anita scott, "A Series of Survivals" Sean Murphy, "Bud Powell’s Brain" Sarah Giragosian, "Nina" Chapter 7: Almas Khan, "Black Lives Matter and Legal Reconstructions of Elegiac Forms" Chapter 8: Sequoia Maner, "Anatomizing the Body, Diagnosing the Country: Reading the Elegies of Patricia Smith" Chapter 9: Deborah M. Mix, "‘A diagnosis is an ending’: Pathology and Presence in Bettina Judd’s Patient." Tiffany Austin, "Peaches" Charlie Braxton, "Strays in the Hood" Lauren K. Alleyne, "Poetry Workshop after the Verdict: For Trayvon" and "Elegy: For Tamir" III. "Elegists as Activists" Jacqueline Johnson, "Soul Memory (for Renisha McBride)" Chris Campanioni, "#IWokeUpLikeThis or: The Latest in Space-Age #PostInternet Pajamas" and "rendition" Cameron Barnett, "Uniform; or things I would paint if I were a painter" Chapter 10: Licia Morrow Hendriks, "‘A Cause Divinely Spun’: The Poet in an Age of Social Unrest" Chapter 11: Megan Feifer and Maia Butler, "Edwidge Danticat’s Elegiac Project: A Transnational Historiography of U.S. Imperialist State Violence" Chapter 12: Brother Yao (Hoke S. Glover III), "Loving You Is Complicated: Empire of Language #4" Kimmika Williams-Witherspoon, "No Indictment (On the Death of Sandra Bland)" Nicholas Rianard Goodly, "Skin Tones" Jason Harris, "Appraisal (Elegy for As of a Now)" Tiffany Austin, "Dark Milk: After Basquiat" Chapter 13: Sequoia Maner, "An Interview with Amanda Johnston, Co-Founder of Black Poets Speak Out" Prompts for Further Discussion Appendix for Further Reading Contributor Bios Index