African and African-American Studies
Choate House, HB 6134
34 North Main Street
Hanover, NH 03755
About the Banner:
The “Life of Malcolm X” murals were painted by Florian Jenkins in 1972. The eight panels depict the life and assassination of the human rights activist. The murals were sponsored by the Afro-American Society and are located in Cutter-Shabazz Hall.
Associate Professor of African and African American Studies and Comparative Literature
Office: 202 Choate House/210 Reed Hall
Hinman Box: 6134
Licence ès Lettres degree Université Cheikh Anta Diop
Diplôme d’Études Approfondies Université Lumière Lyon
Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University
AAAS 40: Gender Identities and Politics in Africa
AAAS 51: Masterpieces of African Literature
AAAS 55: African Cinema
AAAS 67: Colonial and Postcolonial Masculinities
African literature and culture; African cinema; Gender in African society; post-colonial and colonial literature; Human rights
"Male Wives, Female Husbands: Immigration and the Geography of Gender and Home," The Canadian Review of Comparative Literature, (Fall 2006).
"In Search of African Epistemologies: Instituting the Griot as A Critical Paradigm in African Cinema," (2006).
"Court Poet and Wild Child: Two Readings of Calixthe Beyala's Les Honneurs perdus," Nottingham French Studies, 43:3 (Autumn 2004) 15-27.
"Neither Here Nor There: Calixthe Beyala's Collapsing Homes," Research in African Literatures, 33.2 (2002) 34-35.
"Autobiography or Autojustification: Re-reading Bugul's Le baobab fou," The Literary Grio, 11:2 (1999) 56-69.
"Human Rights or Humanizing Rights: (Re)Claiming the Circumcised African Woman"
Out of their Fathers' House, Migrant African Women Writers at the Crossroads of Roots and Routes
"Technologies of the Postcolonial Self: Ken Bugul Cendres et Braises and Riwaan ou le chemin de sable"
"From African to Afro-French: New Maps of African Identities"
Last Updated: 8/12/11