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“Creative Dissidence and Religious Contentions in Nawal El Saadawi’s Writing.” Emerging Perspectives on Nawal El Saadawi.” Co-edited by Ernest Emenyonou and Maureen N. Eke. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press. 2010: 7-34.

“Re-membering Sycorax: Spirituality and Healing in Myriam Chancy’s The Scorpion’s Claw.” Caribbean Women Writers, Creativity, and Intellectual Traditions. Edited by Keshia Abraham. Coconut Creek, Florida: Caribbean Studies Press. 2009: 225-247.

“Historicizing Memory, Inscribing the Kala Pani Epic in Ernest Moutoussamy’s A la recherché de l’Inde perdue.” in Coral Identities: Indo-Caribbean Writing. Edited by Letizia Gramaglia and David Dabydeen. Leeds: Peepal Tree Press. August 2010.

“Locating India in the Caribbean: Indo-Caribbean Literature, Gender and Subjectivity: An Overview.” Forthcoming in MLA Approaches to Teaching Anglophone Caribbean Literature.

“Exilic Dispositions and Dougla Identity in Laure Moutoussamy’s Passerelle de vie. Tracing an Indian Diaspora: Contexts, Memories, Representations. Edited by Brij Maharaj, Parvati Raghuram, Ajaya Kumar Sahoo and Dave Sangha. New Delhi: Sage Publications. 2008: 28-50.

“The Semiosis of Food in Diana Abu-Jaber’s Crescent.” in Arab Voices in Diaspora: Critical Perspectives on Anglophone Arab Literature. Edited by Laila Al Maleh. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 2009: 203-234.

“(De)-Orientalizing the Female Self: Selected Feminine Characterizations in Wole Soyinka’s The Interpreters, Season of Anomy and Madmen and Specialists.” Wole Soyinka: An Anthology of Recent Criticism. Edited by Anjali Gera Roy. New Delhi: Pencraft International. 2006: 203-226. (Reprint)

"Healing and the Poetics of Mothering: The Spirit of "Gelede" in Wole Soyinka's Madmen and Specialists and Jan Shinebourne's The Last English Plantation." South Asian Perspectives on Wole Soyinka. Ed. Bernth Lindfors (New Jersey: Africa World Press): 2004: 259-281.

"Globalization As The New Orientalism: Countering the Global Feminist Credo Through The Insurrectional Writings of Nawal El Saadawi (Egypt) and Assia Djebar (Algeria/France)." Global Changes and Women. Ed. Sherif Hetata (Cairo: Dar El Mostakbal al Arabi): 2003, 145-152.

"Images of Exile and the Female Condition in Nawal el Saadawi's The Fall of the Imamand and Memoirs From the Women's Prison." Migrating Words and Worlds: Pan-Africanism Updated. Edited by Anthony Hurley, Renée Larrier & Joseph McLaren. New Jersey: Africa World Press (1999): 25-50.

"Violence and Representation: The Enslaved-Woman's Body in Maryse Condé's Ségou." The Post-Colonial Condition of African Literature. Eds. John Conteh-Morgan, Jane Bryce & Dan Gover. New Jersey: Africa World Press (2000): 75-89.



"The Shaman Woman, Resistance and the Powers of Transformation: A Tribute to Man Cia in Simone Schwarz-Bart's The Bridge of Beyond." Sacred Possessions : Voudou, Santeria, Obeah, and the Caribbean. Eds. Lisbeth Paravisini Gebert & Marguerite Almos. New Jersey: Rutgers UP (1997): 231-247. (Reprint)






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