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|Title:||Fugitive Yearnings: Stillness and Migration in Literatures of the Black Diaspora|
|Abstract:||"Fugitive Yearnings" is a black diasporic study of stillness as what is not reducible to movement, stagnation, immobilization, or entrapment but rather represents a site of a frenetic suspension, which allows for the emergence of new modes of self-fashioning and black being.|
|Type of Material:||Princeton University Senior Theses|
|Appears in Collections:||English, 1925-2020|
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