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Acknowledgements Illustrations Introduction New Euro-African Literary Spaces Sabrina BRANCATO: Voices Lost in a Non-Place: African Writing in Spain Peter N. PEDRONI: Kossi Komla-Ebri and Migrant Writing in Italy Daniela MEROLLA: Poetics of Transition: Africa and Dutch Literary Space Elisabeth BEKERS: Chronicling Beyond Abyssinia: African Writing in Flanders, Belgium Eila RANTONEN: African Voices in Finland and Sweden Literary Perspectives Frank SCHULZE-ENGLER: Transcultural Modernities and Anglophone African Literature Susan ARNDT: Euro-African Trans-Spaces? Migration, Transcultural Narration and Literary Studies Elisabeth BEKERS: Culture in Transit: The Migration of Female Genital Excision to Europe in Euro-African Writing Susanne GEHRMANN: Black Masculinity, Migration and Psychological Crisis: A Reading of Simon Njami's African Gigolo Elisa DIALLO: Polyphony, Old `Lyonnais' and Animism: Africa in Urban Europe in Un Reve utile de Tierno Monenembo Nadia BUTT: Negotiating Untranslatability and Islam in Leila Aboulela's The Translator Obododimma OHA: `Occupying the Isolated Terminal Space and Silent': The Rhetoric of Inclusion and Exclusion in the Poetry of Femi Oyebode Daria TUNCA: Linguistic Counterpoint in Gbenga Agbenugba's Another Lonely Londoner Visual and Cinematographic Narratives Alex ROTAS: New Labels, But It's Still Labelling: Ibrahim El Salahi and Mohamed Bushara as `Asylum Artists' in the UK Marie-Christine PRESS: North African Modernities: Myth Stripped Bare Daphne PAPPERS: Spies in the Sixteenth Arrondissement: Myriam Mihindou Exhibits at the Musee Dapper in Paris Jacobia DAHM: Emigrants and Immigrants of Burkina Faso, Senegal, and France: Ousmane Sembene's La Noire De ... and S. Pierre Yameogo's Moi et mon blanc Marie-Helene GUTBERLET: Towards an Aesthetic of the Migrant Self: The Film Le Clandestin by Jose Zeka Laplaine Nwachukwu Frank UKADIKE: Critical Dialogues: Transcultural Modernities and Modes of Narrating Africa in Documentary Films Imagining Life - Narrating Stories Graham HUGGAN: Imagining Disaster in the African Postcolony Sissy HELFF: Refugee Life Narratives: The Disturbing Potential of a Genre and the Case of Mende Nazer Katrin BERNDT: Shared Paradoxes in Namibian and German History: Lucia Engombe's Kind Nr. 95 Annika LIEBY-MCPHERSON: From Utopia to Atopia to Diaspora? Social (Re-)Organization in a German Refugee Home Bettina HORN-UDEZE: "Here in Europe it's like a secret cult": A Nigerian Migrant's Narration of Initiation into the System of Migration Christine MATZKE: "Performing `Africa'" in Germany: Members of abok Theatre Company in Conversation Fouad LAROUI: Misunderstandings: Working Euro-African Life into Fiction Creative Writing Fouad LAROUI: Le Pyjama bleu Chika UNIGWE: Cotton Candy Notes on Contributors and Editors Notes for Contributors

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ELISABETH BEKERS is Lecturer in British and Postcolonial Literatures at the University of Brussels (VUB) and also teaches Literatures in English at the University of Antwerp. SISSY HELFF is a senior lecturer in English literary and cultural studies in the Department for the New Literatures in English at the University of Frankfurt. DANIELA MEROLLA is a senior lecturer in African literatures in the Department of Languages and Cultures of Africa, Leiden University. Contributors: Susan Arndt, Elisabeth Bekers, Katrin Berndt, Sabrina Brancato, Nadia Butt, Jacobia Dahm, Elisa Diallo, Susanne Gehrmann, Marie-Helene Gutberlet, Sissy Helff, Bettina Horn-Udeze, Graham Huggan, Fouad Laroui, Annika McPherson, Christine Matzke, Daniela Merolla, Obododimma Oha, Peter Pedroni, Daphne Pappers, Marie-Christine Press, Eila Rantonen, Alex Rotas, Frank Schulze-Engler, Daria Tunca, Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike

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