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Enlightenment culture, Anglophone identity, and mobility in Black Atlantic literature
The Anglophone writers of Black Atlantic bring to the fore liminal spaces that people of African descent inhabit in their encounters with the Western world and their critical engagement in Enlightenment culture. The thesis ...
Tracing the maternal: Memory and writing in contemporary American women writers of the diaspora
In "Tracing the Maternal: Memory and Writing in Contemporary American Women Writers of the Diaspora," I investigate how literary and artistic practices have responded to the challenges of the postcolonial diaspora by tracing ...