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Includes bibliographical references, filmography and index.
Introduction: generic transformations at the crossroads of capital -- C.L.R. James sees the world steadily -- Fitful decolonization: Xala and the poetics of double fetishism -- Tunde Kelani's Nollywood: aesthetics of exhortation -- Jean-Pierre Bekolo and the challenges of aesthetic populism -- Imaginary citizenship: Caryl Phillips's Atlantic world -- Spirits of Bandung: a sarcastic subject writes to empire -- Conclusion: being African in the world.