Ayo Abietou Coly
Assistant Professor of African and African-American Studies and Comparative Literature
210 Reed Hall
- African Literatures and Cinema
- Postcolonial Theory
- Colonial and Postcolonial Masculinities
- 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"