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Documenting hurt: UN, epistemic injustice, and the political ecology of the 2010 cholera epidemic in Haiti
In a reiteration of a long history of pathologization of Haiti and Haitians, the cholera epidemic was framed as endemic, an inevitable outcome of the 2010 earthquake, and a quasi-confirmation of Haiti’s premodern, exceptional ...
Particularism versus Universalism in the History of Comparative Literature
Sade and the Novel
(Cambridge University Press, 2021)
Catching Bullets with Her Ass: Matrilineality and the Canadian Dub Poetry Tradition in the Work of d’bi.young anitafrika
(University of the West Indies, 2021-12-20)
This article engages in depth with the poetics of Jamaican Canadian dub poet, playwright and performer d’bi young anitafrika. Focusing primarily on anitafrika’s one-woman play blood.claat, it argues that her aesthetic is ...
Goethe's Discourses on World Literature
(Cambridge University Press, 2023-07-15)
Sensing History, Seeking Justice
(Taylor & Francis, 2022-11-02)