In this recent interview with Professor Andrew Burke at the University of Winnipeg, Professor Anyaduba discusses his new book, The Postcolonial African Genocide Novel.
This article explores the 'Sex, Sea and Self''s ideas in further depth, examining Couti's thoughts on selfhood, French Caribbean literature and the sexualisation of black female bodies.
Author Antonia Wimbush offers an insight into issues of belonging, geographical mobility and the self in contemporary autofictional literature.
By Jennifer Burns and Derek Duncan (eds) The term ‘handbook’ probably suggests some kind of guide or even instruction manual informing the reader what they need to know to get on top of a particular topic. Transnational Modern Languages: A Handbook has a different set of ambitions and priorities, not least because ‘Transnational Modern Languages’ … Continue reading
By Etienne Achille, Charles Forsdick and Lydie Moudileno Pierre Nora’s collective volume Les Lieux de mémoire (1984-1992) has been widely recognized as one of the most important historiographical interventions of the late 20th century. Emerging initially from a context dominated by debates around how to commemorate the bicentenary of the French Revolution in 1989, the … Continue reading