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Dr. Abin Chakraborty is currently teaching as an Assistant Professor in English in Chandernagore College. His articles have been published in national and international journals and anthologies and he is the co-editor of Uneven Terrains: Critical Perspectives in Postcolonialism.
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Adam has recently completed a PhD at the University of York, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. His thesis was entitled '"The Battle for the Enlightenment": Rushdie, Islam, and the West', and in 2013 he was awarded a Doctoral Fellowship by the Humanities Research Centre recognising him as the most promising senior doctoral researcher in the Department of English and Related Literature. In 2012 he was awarded a short-term research fellowship by the Manuscripts and Rare Books Library at Emory University, Atlanta to study the Salman Rushdie Papers. He has presented his research at conferences across the UK and Europe, most recently being invited to speak at Uppsala University’s ‘Transnational Relations in the Eighteenth Century’, and has taught undergraduate courses on critical theory, the Romantic period, and eighteenth-century London. After being awarded a UK Scholarship by the Indian National Trust for Arts and Cultural Heritage (INTACH), he recently gave a series of invited lectures at universities around India, and conducted research into the postcolonial implications of Rushdie’s representations of Akbar and Fatehpur Sikri in 'The Enchantress of Florence', and their relations to post-independence Indian textbook historiographies. In June 2013 he was the lead organiser of 'Encounters, Affinities, Legacies: the Eighteenth Century in the Present Day', convening a two-day academic conference with speakers from around the world, and curating an arts festival involving over thirty film makers, artists, musicians, illustrators, photographers, actors, dancers, and musicians at King's Manor, York. http://www.18thcenturyinthepresent.com His forthcoming publications include ‘The Fatwa and the Philosophe: Rushdie, Voltaire, and Islam’ in The Journal of Commonwealth Literature (2016 - available online now through SAGE Journals), and ‘Islam, Bible in – Literature’ in The Encyclopaedia of the Bible and its Reception (De Gruyter, 2015). He has also been invited to contribute a chapter on Rushdie's forthcoming novel 'Two Years, Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights' in a new anthology of Rushdie criticism entitled 'Mapping Out The Rushdie Republic: Some Recent Surveys', edited by Tapan Kumar Ghosh and Prasanta Bhattacharya, to be published by Orient BlackSwan in 2016.
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ASIS DE
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Dr. Asis De is Associate Professor of English and Head of the Department of English Language and Literature, Mahishadal Raj College (Govt. Sponsored), Mahishadal, West Bengal, India. His research interests (both M. Phil and PhD) include the study of Identity negotiation in newer/ diasporic cultural spaces with particular reference to postcolonial Anglophone fiction. In a number of publications and conference presentations in India and in Europe (Belgium, Germany and England), he has worked on the issues of cultural identity and transnationalism in Asian, Caribbean and African fictional narratives. He also teaches Anglophone Postcolonial Literatures, Dalit and Tribal Literatures, Cultural Studies and Diasporic Literatures in Post Graduate level since 2010.
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I am an Associate Lecturer and an Honorary Associate at the Open University where I teach undergraduate and postgraduate English. My research interests include the representation of peasants and the landless in South Asian Literature and 'village' novels more widely. I am also interested in the use of the 'vernacular' in Indian English novels and recently presented “Mind the gap: the translation and use of Hindi, Urdu and Hindustani words in Kipling’s Kim” at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study (publication forthcoming). I am the author of ‘Land as a Legislative Space in Vikram Seth’s A Suitable Boy and PhanishwarnathRenu’s Mail aancal’ in Vikram Seth: An Anthology of Recent Criticism, ed. G.J.V. Prasad, Delhi: Pencraft, 2004 and A Reader’s Guide to A Suitable Boy, New York and London: Continuum Books, 2002.
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I am Ph. D student comparative literature in the university of Szeged in Hungary. I am interested in Postcolonial studies, particularly the themes of exile, migration, and Orientalism. My thesis for Ph. D. will be about Edward Said and the theory of Exile.
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Aroosa Kanwal is Assistant Professor in English Literature at International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan. She received her PhD from Lancaster University, UK. She is an author of Rethinking Identities in Contemporary Pakistani Fiction: Beyond 9/11 (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2011). Her current research interests include post-9/11 constructions of Muslims and Islam in relation to Islamophobic discourse, politics of representation, and questions of migration, borders, identity and resistance in contemporary Pakistani Anglophone fiction. Her chapters on these connections can be found in Claire Chambers and Caroline Herbert, Eds., Imagining Muslims in South Asia and the Diaspora (Routledge, 2014) and Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe, ed., Consciousness, Theatre, Literature and the Arts (UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012)
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I am the Postgraduate and Early Career Representative for the PSA. I am also a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the School of Arts, University of Leicester, working on representations of queer Muslim diasporas in international fiction and film.
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ANA MARIA SANCHEZ-ARCE
Senior Lecturer in 20th and 21st c. Literature, Sheffield Hallam University
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Ana María Sánchez-Arce is Senior Lecturer in English at Sheffield Hallam University. She is author of Pedro Almodóvar (MUP, forthcoming 2016), editor of Identity and Form in Contemporary Literature (Routlege, 2014) and co-editor of European Intertexts: Women’s Writing in English in a European Context (Peter Lang, 2005). She is currently working on censorship and citizenship in the UK and preparing a monograph titled Authenticism in Contemporary Literature.
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AMBER MURREY-NDEWA

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Amber Murrey Ndewa recently completed her PhD in Geography and the Environment at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on the lived experiences of structural and economic violence, oil extraction in Central Africa, resistance practices and Pan-African thought. Amber’s PhD thesis, "A Decolonial Mixtape of Structural Violence & Resistance in Two Towns Along the Chad-Cameroon Oil Pipeline", is an ethnographic analysis of the structural violence that both preceded and accompanied the implementation of the Chad-Cameroon Oil Pipeline. Through a comparative ethnography of two towns alongside the pipeline (Kribi and Nanga-Eboko), she advances an ethnographically oriented articulation of structural violence that challenges a dominant focus on visible (and rendering visible) social phenomenon within literatures of structural violence and resistance. Amber is the 2014/15 African and African Diaspora Studies Dissertation Write-Up Fellow at Boston College, where she is currently teaching an advanced undergraduate course, "From Shell to Sankara: Geographies of Violence & Resistance Across Africa". Amber is the Associate Editor of a newly relaunched academic e-journal on Africa in the world, Africa World Review (to be launched in 2015), and has been published in a variety of academic journals, including Political Geography, Third World Quarterly, Human Geography, The Postcolonialist, Capital & Class and City. She contributes to a number of online forums, including Pambazuka News, Politics in Spires and Ceasefire Magazine.
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Anshuman Mondal
Professor of Modern Literature, University of East Anglia
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I have research interests in postcolonial literature and theory, nationalism, multiculturalism and the literature of diaspora. I have published essays on Indian literature in English, Gandhi, gender politics in Indian nationalism, modern Arabic narrative genres, modern Islam and fundamentalism, and the politics of the Middle East. I am the author of four books: –Nationalism and Post-Colonial Identity: Culture and Ideology in India and Egypt (RoutledgeCurzon, 2003) –Amitav Ghosh (Manchester University Press, 2007) –Young British Muslim Voices (Greenwood, 2008) –Islam and Controversy: The Politics of Free Speech after Rushdie (Palgrave, 2014)
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Anshuman Mondal
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Anshuman Mondal is Reader in English at Brunel University. He has authored three books, Nationalism and Postcolonial Identity: Culture and Ideology in India and Egypt (2003), Amitav Ghosh (2007) and Young British Muslim Voices (2008). His next book is due out in 2014, entitled After Rushdie: Muslims, Freedom of Expression and the Politics of Controversy (Palgrave). He has also published widely on South Asian literature, Indian nationalism, multiculturalism and secularism, religion and identity in the modern world and contributed journalism to The Guardian's Comment is Free, and Prospect magazine. In 2012-13 he was an AHRC Research Fellow and a Visiting Fellow at the University of Melbourne. Prior to being appointed Chair of the PSA, he was, for several years, the Chair of the PSA Conference Committee.
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https://manchester.academia.edu/AmyRushton I am currently finishing my PhD research at the University of Manchester, in the department of English, American Studies and the Centre for New Writing. I specialise in postcolonial studies and contemporary literature in English with an emphasis on how literary form — particularly the novel — dramatises issues arising from the post-1945 geopolitical landscape. Informed by materialist and Marxian perspectives, my work intervenes in current debates within postcolonial studies regarding the reconfiguration of world-literature as a comparative paradigm. By focusing on textual analysis, my research demonstrates that it is entirely possible to discuss literature in totalising terms — for example, ‘world literature’, ‘African fiction’, and so on — without sacrificing critical nuance for generalisation. My thesis, ‘Re-reading ‘the tragic continent’: exploring and contesting narratives of tragedy and development in recent Anglophone African fiction’, shows how attentive reading emphasises the availability of political agency within narratives about Africa. In short, I argue that to understand the geopolitical position of ‘Africa’ differently, we need to re-read narratives about Africa differently.
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ABIGAIL WARD
Assistant Professor in English Literature, University of Nottingham
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I am interested in postcolonial literature (especially black writing in Britain and Caribbean literature). My first monograph was entitled Caryl Phillips, David Dabydeen and Fred D'Aguiar: Representations of Slavery (Manchester University Press, 2011), and my interest in literary and visual representations of slavery continues. I am an active member of the Institute for the Study of Slavery, and published or forthcoming research on this topic includes essays on Caryl Phillips, David Dabydeen, Fred D'Aguiar, Beryl Gilroy, Charles Johnson, Zadie Smith and James McBride. I am now working on an AHRC-funded monograph examining literary representations of Indian indenture in Trinidadian and Guyanese writing, and have published related essays on the short stories of Ismith Khan, and Peggy Mohan's novel Jahajin. I am also the editor of Postcolonial Traumas: Memory, Narrative, Resistance (forthcoming with Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), which explores new possibilities for understanding postcolonial traumas, with representations of both personal and collective traumas from around the globe. The subtitle reflects some of the key shared concerns in the works examined; namely, the difficulty of dealing with memories of trauma (too painful to remember, yet too important to forget); the challenge of narrating a traumatic past; and the modes of resistance to trauma which we see emerging in the various creative texts under exploration in this volume. Other forthcoming work includes an essay, 'The Trauma of Indian Indenture in Harold Sonny Ladoo's No Pain Like This Body', appearing in the Postcolonial Traumas collection mentioned above, and an essay on the multicultural short story in Britain, forthcoming in The Cambridge History of the English Short Story, edited by Dominic Head (Cambridge University Press, 2016). Current research interests include: •Literary and visual representations of slavery and Indian indenture •Caribbean literature •Black writing in Britain •Black Atlantic writing •Postcolonial literatures and theory •Postcolonial trauma narratives •Regional and rural black and Asian British writing •Blackface minstrelsy
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Originally from Nepal, I am currently a PhD candidate in English and a University Teaching Fellow at the Ethnic studies program at the University of Utah, where I teach courses on Asian American contemporary Issues and South Asian American Literature. My research and teaching interests include ethnic American literature, specifically Asian American literature, postcolonial studies, and transnationalism. I am now completing my dissertation, “(Re)Orienting Asian American studies: Reframing South Asian American Writings in Asian American literary studies,” which examines contemporary South Asian American literary works, including post-9/11 literature, and explores to what degree they reflect or challenge the premises of Asian American literary tradition.
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Lecturer in English and Literary Studies at Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria
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I am actively engaged in research in postcolonial studies with particular focus on Africa and the Caribbeans. Presently, I am also exploring areas of interest in postcolonial research on Asia and the Middle East.
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Catherine Gilbert
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I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at TORCH, University of Oxford, working on the Mellon-Sawyer seminar series 'Post-War: Commemoration, Reconstruction, Reconciliation'. My research interests span both Anglophone and Francophone African postcolonial cultures and literatures. I have previously worked on Rwandan women genocide survivors’ testimonial literature, and am currently developing a project on commemorative practices in the Rwandan diaspora.
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CLARE BARKER
Lecturer in English Literature (Medical Humanities), University of Leeds
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Clare's research focuses on disability, health and medicine in postcolonial literatures and cultures. She is the author of Postcolonial Fiction and Disability: Exceptional Children, Metaphor and Materiality (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), and has co-edited two special issues of the Journal of Literary Disability Studies, on 'Disabling Postcolonialism' (2010) and 'Disability and Indigeneity' (2013). Clare currently holds a Wellcome Trust Seed Award in Medical Humanities to work on a monograph on Genetics and Biocolonialism in Contemporary Literature and Film, and is also part of an interdisciplinary research team working on community health and wellbeing, funded by an AHRC Connected Communities Large Grant.
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CLAIRE CHAMBERS
Lecturer in Global Literature
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Claire Chambers is a lecturer at the University of York, where she teaches contemporary writing in English from South Asia, the Arab world, and their diasporas. She is the author of British Muslim Fictions: Interviews with Contemporary Writers, and is currently writing a monograph entitled Representations of Muslims in Britain. Both texts in this two-book series are published by Palgrave Macmillan, and supported by funding from the British Academy and Arts and Humanities Research Council. Claire has also published widely in such journals as Postcolonial Text and Contemporary Women’s Writing, and is a Co-editor of the Journal of Commonwealth Literature.
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Caroline Herbert
Senior Lecturer in Postcolonial Literatures
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Caroline’s research centres on contemporary South Asian literature in English and in translation, and on Indian visual culture and film, with specific interests in narratives urban modernity, secularism, neoliberalism and economic liberalization in contemporary India, and in the poetics and politics of postcolonial spectrality. She is currently completing a monograph exploring literary and visual representations of Bombay/Mumbai (contracted to Liverpool University Press). She is editor of ‘Postcolonial Cities: South Asia’, a special issue of Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writings (2013) and co-editor with Claire Chambers of Imagining Muslims of South Asia and the Diaspora (2014), and has published widely on South Asian Literature, postcolonial cities, and spectrality in journals such as Textual Practice, Journal of Commonwealth Literature, Journal of Postcolonial Writing, and in edited collections.
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My current research investigates genocide identity formation in the eastern DRC, and how social agents engage in atrocity with their own perceptions of past and ongoing experience. With a background in genocide studies I am interested in genocide theory, prevention, and historic case studies, especially in Africa. My general research interests reflect the intersections of genocide, postcolonial history and peace studies: nonviolent responses to atrocity, violence and identity, climate violence, and genocide and British empire.
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I obtained my PhD in English in the School of Humanities at the University of Keele, UK in 2015, on a scholarship of the World Bank. My research interests lie at the intersection of Anglophone postcolonial dramas from the 1970s to the twentieth century, performance contexts and cultural politics with a specific focus on South Africa, India and Sri Lanka. Traversing postcolonial studies and cultural studies, my doctoral project addresses questions concerning the exploitation of human bodies through national and global coercion, and the stratagems of resistance enacted by theatre. It specifically brings together a critical cultural focus and theories on biopolitics. I read English (honours) as an undergraduate at the University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Colombo, Sri Lanka and obtained my MAs – Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) and Linguistics from the Open University and the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka respectively. Hence, my research interest also includes TESL and psycholinguistics. I have been working as a Lecturer at the Department of English of my alma mater since 2000. I am currently a Senior Lecturer in English at the Department of English and a Member of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka.
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Researches and teaches at the University of Chester, specialising in Francophone African postcolonial studies, previously senior research fellow at the WISE Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation at Hull University. Head of department of modern languages at Chester from 2009 to 2016, university chair in Area studies from 2016 supporting the development of new research initiatives at the interface between traditional disciplines, particular interests including visual and political cultural studies in Francophone and Hispanophone African and Caribbean postcolonial contexts.
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Currently a graduate student and an assistant researcher for the INRS (National Institute of Scientific Research), Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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CHARLOTTA SALMI
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My research interests are in contemporary postcolonial and world literature and theory. I work on a range of literary forms, from human rights narratives to graphic journalism, from South Asia, North Africa and the Middle East. My PhD explored contemporary partition literature from Israel and Palestine and India and Pakistan, while my current postdoctoral project considers graphic literature as a global literary form. I am particularly interested in how it represents, redresses and resists different kinds of postcolonial violence.
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Cristina Şandru currently works as managing editor for The Literary Encyclopedia (www.litecyc.com). She previously taught at Cardiff Metropolitan University, at Northampton, Goldsmiths', UCL and ‘Lucian Blaga’ University of Sibiu, Romania. She co-edited the special issue of the Journal of Postcolonial Writing on Postcommunism/Postcolonialism (May 2012) and the collection Rerouting the Postcolonial: New Directions for the New Millenium (Routledge 2009). She has published articles and reviews in Critique, Euresis, The Journal of Postcolonial Studies, and English. Her monograph Worlds Apart? A Postcolonial Reading of post-1945 East-Central European Culture was published in August 2012 by Cambridge Scholars. Another two book chapters are forthcoming in 2015, in What Postcolonial Theory Doesn’t Say, eds. Anna Bernard, Ziad Elmarsafy and Stuart Murray (London: Routledge), and Postcolonial East-Central Europe: Essays on Literature and Culture, eds Dobrota Pucherova and Robert Gafrik (Amsterdam: Rodopi).
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Cathy Waegner
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Cathy Covell Waegner taught in the English Department of the University of Siegen in Germany until her retirement in July 2013. She obtained degrees from the College of William & Mary (BA) and the University of Virginia (MA, PhD). In addition to her work on William Faulkner and Toni Morrison, she has published on transculturality in the ethnic bildungsroman, minstrelsy, AfroAsian “postmodernist passing,” 400 years after Jamestown, “hybrid tropes” in film, and the interaction between American and European cultural phenomena. Cathy Waegner edited a volume for the Michigan State University Press's American Indian Studies Series titled Mediating Indianness (2015; www.mediatingindianness.com). Waegner co-edited a project volume with Norfolk State University scholars, Transculturality and Perceptions of the Immigrant Other: “From-Heres” and “Come-Heres” in Virginia and North Rhine-Westphalia (2011), as well as, with colleagues from Université d’Orléans, Literature on the Move: Comparing Diasporic Ethnicities in Europe and the Americas (2002). She served as MESEA (Multi-Ethnic Studies: Europe and the Americas) treasurer for four years. Her current research focuses on contemporary Native American literature, palimpsestic trajectories on the “ethnic shore,” and new forms of diaspora.
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I am a Leverhulme Postdoctoral Fellow in the Centre for World Literatures at the University of Leeds, working as part of a Leverhulme project entitled "Traumatic Pasts, Cosmopolitanism, and Nation-Building in Contemporary German and South African Literature." My research focuses on legal personhood, refugees and "indifferent cosmopolitanism" in contemporary German, South African and (francophone) Algerian literature. Prior to this, I worked as a Lecturer in English and American Literature and Culture at the University of Giessen (Germany). My first book, The Politics of Style: Towards a Marxist Poetics, was published in November 2016. It develops a Marxist theory of literary style.
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Derek Roberts holds a PhD in Sociology from Michigan State University. His research interests include the body, culture, and contemporary urbanisms in ordinary cities. His current research considers how lived experiences in urban Zambia are shaped by remnants of colonialism.
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DAVE GUNNING
Senior Lecturer in English Literature, University of Birmingham
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I'm the author of a monograph on the literary impact of antiracism in Britain and of a general guide to postcolonial literatures in English. My current research includes interests in the postcolonial literary essay, the Bildungsroman as a master form for the novel, and on the novel as ethical crucible and sanctuary. I was Chair of the PSA from 2011 to 2014.
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I teach various philosophy, theology, and global perspectives undergraduate courses at Seton Hill University, Pennsylvania (USA). My research interests are based in continental philosophy with special focus on the interface between existential-phenomenology and fundamental Catholic theology. Prior to assuming the faculty position at Seton Hill University, I was affiliated with the Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (USA), as associate director and then director. It was at the Center that I was introduced to the writings of Frantz Fanon, Homi Bhabha, Stuart Hall, and Edward Said. Since then I have committed scholarship efforts to their primary works and now incorporate them in a global perspectives upper level undergraduate course I offer every fall titled The Developing World (formerly Third World Theology).
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I am currently employed as a Postdoctoral Tutor in English Literature at the University of Edinburgh, where I have been nominated for the 2014-15 Teaching Award by the Edinburgh University Students' Association. I have also taught the course 'Modern and Contemporary British and Irish Literature from 1950 to the Present' at the Scottish Universities’ International Summer School (SUISS), a programme supported by seven prominent Scottish universities. My research centres on interdisciplinary and interlingual approaches to postcolonial literature and theory, and I specialize in contemporary Caribbean and Irish literatures. My current research focuses on the historical and cultural connections between Ireland, the Caribbean, and Africa. I investigate the ways in which these regions were yoked together by their emplacement in the British Empire and trace this legacy within contemporary literary production. My PhD thesis, 'Connective Caribbean Readings: Place, Ontology, and Womanism in Jamaica Kincaid and Gisèle Pineau', has been accepted for publication by Palgrave Macmillan for their 'New Caribbean Studies' research monograph series. Other recent publications include chapters in the following collections: Literary Representations of Cyclones across Cultures, Eds. Russell McDougall, Anne Collett, and Sue Thomas (Palgrave Macmillan 2015); Postcolonial Texts: New Contexts, New Narratives, New Debates (Bloomsbury Literature and Culture Handbook Series), Ed. Jenni Ramone (Bloomsbury Press 2016); Islands in the Mainstream: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Caribbean Rhetoric, Ed. Kevin A. Browne (University of Pittsburgh Press 2015). I have also published a biography of Gisèle Pineau in the Oxford Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin American Biography, Eds. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Franklin W. Knight (Oxford University Press 2014). The latter is a project by the W.E.B. Du Bois Research Institute at the Hutchins Center, Harvard University.
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DARIA TUNCA
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I work in the English Department of the University of Liège, Belgium, where I am a member of the centre for postcolonial studies CEREP (http://www.cerep.ulg.ac.be). My research focuses on stylistics and African literatures, with a particular emphasis on contemporary Nigerian fiction. I am the author of the book Stylistic Approaches to Nigerian Fiction (2014) and I have co-edited several books and journal issues in the field of postcolonial studies, including the collection of essays Caryl Phillips: Writing in the Key of Life (with Bénédicte Ledent, 2012). I also maintain online bibliographies of works by and about Nigerian writers Chris Abani, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Ben Okri and Chika Unigwe (accessible via http://www.cerep.ulg.ac.be/bibliographies).
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E. Dawson Varughese is a global cultural studies scholar and her specialism is India. She is the author of Beyond The Postcolonial (Palgrave, 2012) and Reading New India (Bloomsbury, 2013). In 2015 she co-authored a book entitled: Indian Writing in English and Issues of Visual Representation (Palgrave, 2015). Her most recent book is entitled: Genre Fiction of New India: post-millennial receptions of 'weird' narratives (Routledge, 2016). She works on Indian graphic novels, visual cultures in post-millennial India and also genre fiction. She is currently writing a book on the Indian Graphic Novel. See her work at: www.beyondthepostcolonial.com
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Dr. Emiel Martens (1980) is a media lecturer, researcher, consultant, and producer. Emiel graduated cum laude in both Media Studies and Human Geography at the University of Amsterdam, was a visiting scholar at the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication (CARIMAC) at University of the West Indies, Mona, and holds a Ph.D in Media Studies from the University of Amsterdam. His dissertation, entitled ‘Welcome to Paradise Island: The Rise of Jamaica’s Cine-Tourist Image, 1891-1951’, marked the first study of Jamaica’s early film history and its connections with the island's early tourism history. After a postdoctoral position at the Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (Dutch: Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, abbreviated: KITLV), Emiel joined the Department of Media Studies of the University of Amsterdam in 2015 as a Senior Lecturer. Not much later, in 2016, he also joined the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC) to become a team member of the research project 'Worlds of Imagination' (ERC Consolidator Grant), a comparative study of film tourism in non-western societies. His research interests span the fields of Postcolonial (Media) Studies, Media Geography, Popular Geopolitics, Creative Industries, Film (and) Tourism and Alternative Media, with a particular focus on the history, theory and praxis of the (Anglophone) Caribbean film and visual culture. Besides his posts at the University of Amsterdam and Erasmus University Rotterdam, Emiel is also the founding director of Caribbean Creativity, a non-profit organization committed to the promotion of Caribbean and Caribbean-themed cinema, board member of NALACS, the Netherlands Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, communication advisor at IDleaks, a non-profit organization aimed at better communication about international development, film section editor at Bassculture Islands, an island lifestyle and creativity magazine, and co-owner of Dudes in your Face (Dutch: Gasten in je Gezicht), a media agency specializing in web and graphic design, social media, photography, film production and event organization, particularly in the social and cultural fields.
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OLA ABDALKAFOR
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Dr Ola Abdalkafor is a visiting research fellow at the Department of Literature, Film and Theatre Studies, University of Essex. She is the author of: Gayatri Spivak: Deconstruction and the Ethics of Postcolonial Literary Interpretation (2015). Her research interests cover postcolonial literature, postcolonial theory, especially Gayatri Spivak's theory, as well as Arab and Islamic studies.
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OLE BIRK LAURSEN
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I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, where my Carlsberg Foundation-funded research concerns Indian anti-colonial nationalism and anarchism in early twentieth century Europe. Another strand of my research focuses on riots and resistance in contemporary black and Asian British literature. I have published on various aspects of these areas, and I am co-editor, with Pavan Kumar Malreddy, Birte Heidemann and Janet Wilson, of Reworking Postcolonialism: Globalization, Labour and Rights (Palgrave 2015) and, with Florian Stadtler, of Networking the Globe: New Technologies and the Postcolonial (Routledge 2015). I am also currently co-editing, with Frederik Byrn Køhlert, a special issue of SubStance: A Review of Theory and Literary Criticism on comics and the anarchist imagination.
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I am a student of literature and human rights. My current research is based on Colombia writer, Gabriel García Márquez.
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PETER BLAIR
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My main research interest is South African literature in English, especially fiction (particularly the liberal tradition in fiction). Publications include a chapter in The Cambridge History of South African Literature, ed. Derek Attridge and David Attwell (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), and articles in The Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies, ed. Sangeeta Ray and Henry Schwarz (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming). I am co-editor of Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine (www.chester.ac.uk/flash.magazine).
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Pauline Dodgson-Katiyo has held a number of posts in UK higher education including Head of English at Newman University and Dean of the School of Arts and Letters at Anglia Ruskin University. She researches and writes on African literature, especially Zimbabwean and Somali, and contemporary women's writing.
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PHILIP KAISARY
Assistant Professor, Warwick University
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Philip's research interests include Haitian Revolutionary Studies, the literature and culture of the 'Black Atlantic', and race, law, and human rights. He is author of "The Haitian Revolution in the Literary Imagination: Radical Horizons, Conservative Constraints" (University of Virginia Press, 2014) which examines the representation of the Haitian Revolution by major Caribbean, African American, and US writers, artists, and thinkers. In 2015–16, Philip will be a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Vanderbilt University.
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Peter Kilroy
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow
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Peter Kilroy is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies and the Department of Film Studies at King’s College London. His project, 'Screening the Torres Strait: Remediation and Documentary Film', focuses on documentaries made by, about in collaboration with Australia's 'other' Indigenous community, Torres Strait Islanders, after the bicentenary of 1988. It focuses on these films’ politically charged re-use or ‘remediation’ of archive film and media within the wider context of Indigenous cultural politics and national refashioning. Peter's main research interests are in colonial, postcolonial and Indigenous media, with a particular emphasis on photography, phonography and film. His current research is focused on the postcolonial legacies of such media, examining how they have been inherited, appropriated or ‘remediated’ by Indigenous groups, museums and media outlets. He is also a former editor of parallax and Ex Plus Ultra journals.
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Professor Daniel Kodzo Avorgbedor is currently on post-retirement teaching appointment at the University of Ghana, Legon since 2013. He taught and designed African Diaspora and Ethnomusicology curricula at The Ohio State University, Columbus OH, USA 1995-2010. His former research grants include H.F. Guggenheim, Lilly Endowment, Wenner-Gren, NEH (team), etc. He was editor of RILM Abstracts of Music Literature, and contributed essays in several encyclopedias and peer-reviewed journals and served as President of the Midwest Chapter of the Society for Ethnomusicology, Regional Representative for IAUES, and National Liaison for Ghana for ICTM. Current research interests include urban ethnomusicology with emphasis on symbiotic interchange between rural and urban dynamics on Anlo-Ewe performance culture, urban spatio-temporal realities and performance traditions as mechanisms of accommodation among the urban Anlo-Ewe, Re-envisioning the concept of voluntary association in the contexts of secular urban Anlo-Ewe associations and welfare institutions of Christian churches.
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Assistant Lecturer in English, Department of English, Cairo University, and PhD candidate, School of English, University of Sussex
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Rehab Hosny Abdelghany is Assistant Lecturer in English in the Department of English Language and Literatures, Cairo University. She has BA(Hons) and MA in English from the same department. She has published in Interventions and the Journal of New Zealand Literature (JNZL). Currently she is a PhD candidate in the School of English, University of Sussex. Her research interests include Nigerian and New Zealand Maori postcolonial literatures and cultures.
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I am a College Research Associate at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge. I received my PhD in Sociology from the London School of Economics and Political Science. My forthcoming research monograph, UK Hip-Hop, Grime and the City, is based on my doctoral research on London's rap music scenes. The book considers how black and white, working class youths use this cultural form to negotiate their social and economic position in the city and to represent their conditions of urban dwelling.
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