Kalisas analysis of gendered violence is a persuasive and timely study of violence in francophone african and caribbean literature it is a significant contribution to the field of women studies and is of interest to any gender theorist postcolonial specialist and africana scholar cheikh thiam research in african literatures. Violence in francophone african and caribbean womens literature it is a critical addition to the study of african and caribbean womens literatures at a time when women from these regions are actively engaged in articulating the ways in which colonial and postcolonial violence impact women exile and resistance to violence1 in the . Chantal kalisas book violence in francophone african and caribbean womens literature starts from the observation that despite the centrality of physical political and epistemic violence in the formation of african and caribbean identities gendered violence is hardly studied in the historiography of francophone african and caribbean literature. Violence in francophone african and caribbean womens literature marie chantal kalisa published by university of nebraska press kalisa marie chantal violence in francophone african and caribbean womens literature lincoln university of nebraska press 2009 project muse https musejhuedu . Violence in francophone african caribbean womens literature chantal kalisa home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create violence in literature
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