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Bio-Politics and Aesthetics of Nakedness
New Visions in African Cinema
Global Horror Cinema
Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Studies
Body Politics in African Literature and Cinema
Biopolitics: New Directions
The Rhetoric of Post-Racial America
Poetics and Aesthetics of Nakedness
Agency, Resistance, Social Media, Digitality, Sexuality, Body, Pleasure, Shame, Biopolitics, Africa, Postcolonislism, Gender, Cinema
- Comparative Literature
- Feminist, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies Program
- Africana Studies
- Comparative Literature
- Feminist, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender studies
- COML 2235 - New Visions in African Cinema
- COML 2290 - Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies
- COML 4200 - Independent Study
- COML 4930 - Senior Essay
- COML 4940 - Senior Essay
- COML 4947 - Bio-Politics and Poetics of Nakedness
- COML 4948 - Pleasure and Neoliberalism
- COML 6200 - Independent Study
“The Cinematic Language of Naked Protest.” Critical Interventions: Journal of African Art History and Visual Culture 11.3 (2017): 248-268
“Genealogies of Desire and Radical Queerness in Frieda Ekotto’s Chuchote Pas Trop and Francophone African Literature.” Research in African Literatures 47. 2 (2016): 46-65.
“Women’s Naked Protest in Africa: Comparative Literature and Its Futures.” Fieldwork in the Humanities, ed. Debra Castillo and Shalini Puri. New York: Palgrave, 2016. 51-71.
“Jean Pierre Bekolo’s Les Saignantes and the Mevoungou: Ambivalence towards the African Woman’s Body.” Women, Gender and Sexualities in Africa, ed. Toyin Falola and Nana Akua Amponsah. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2013. 21-39
“Re-Imagining West African Women’s Sexuality: Jean Pierre Bekolo’s Les Saignantes and the Mevoungou.” Development, Modernism and Modernity in Africa, ed. Augustine Agwuele. New York: Routledge, 2012. 166-181.
“From Women Loving Women in Africa to Jean Genet and Race: A Conversation with Frieda Ekotto.” Journal of the African Literature Association (JALA) 4. 1. (2010): 181-203.
“African Women and Missionary Writings: Nineteenth-Century Boloki Women of the Congo in John H. Weeks’ Among Congo Cannibals (1913).” Intersections: Women’s and Gender Studies in Review across Disciplines 5. (2007): 44-51.
“From Research in African Literatures (RAL) to Ira Aldridge: An Interview with Bernth Lindfors.” The Ethnic and Third World Literatures Review of Books 8. (Fall 2008): 38-42.
"Ousmane Sembene." "Yvonne Vera." The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies. Ed. Sangeeta Ray and Henry Schwarz. Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.
The Amputated Memory by Werewere Liking, The Ethnic and Third World Literatures Review of Books 10. (2010): 67-69.
“Côte d’Ivoire Pre-Independence Protest and Liberation.” “Côte d’Ivoire Post-Independence Era Protest.” The International Encyclopedia of Protest and Revolution: 1500-Present, ed. Immanuel Ness. London: Blackwell, 2009.
Politics of the Female Body: Postcolonial Women Writers of the Third World by Ketu Katrak, The Ethnic and Third World Literatures Review of Books 9. (2009): 92-94.
The Bernth Lindfors Papers at the Harry Ransom Center. The Ethnic and Third World Literatures Review of Books 8. (2008): 42-44.
Postcolonialisms, Edited by Gaura Desai and Supriya Nair. The Ethnic and Third World Literatures Review of Books 7. (2007): 18-20