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Maitres de Conférences titulaires KEBE Amy

Informations personnelles

Nom marital: MANE
Téléphone: 772172258
E-mail: amy.kebe@ucad.edu.sn

Informations supplémentaires

Statut: Enseignant/Chercheur
Unité de recherche: Non disponible
Etablissement: Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines
Discipline: (non défini)

Liste de diplômes

Titre Lieu d'obtention
PhD Montreal 2009
PhD Montreal 2009

Liste des Prix et Distinctions

Pas de prix ou de distinctions

Publications

Publication Année Type Auteurs
"Rewriting Gender and the Nation in Makeda Silvera's Silenced and The Heart Does Not Bend." 2008 Article Amy Kebe Détails
"Postmodern Caribbean Subjectivities: Challenging Feminist and Diasporic Discourses in Dionne Brand's No Burden to Carry." 2011 Article Amy Kebe Détails
"Rewriting Gender and the Nation in Makeda Silvera's Silenced and The Heart Does Not Bend." 2008 Article Amy Kebe Détails
Rewriting Gender and the Nation in Makeda Silvera's Silenced and The Heart Does Not Bend 2008 Article Amy Kebe Détails
Rewriting Gender and the Nation in Makeda Silvera's Silenced and The Heart Does Not Bend. 2008 Article Amy Détails
1- "Rewriting Gender and the Nation in Makeda Silvera's Silenced and The Heart Does Not Bend." Beyond the Canebrakes: West Indian Women Writers in Canada. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press. Ed. Emily Williams: 279-303, 2008 ISBN-10: 159221553X ISBN-13: 978-15922 2012 Article Amy Détails
Mothering Here and Mothering There: International Migration and Postbirth Mental Health 2012 Article Amy Détails

Communications

Communication Année Type
Migration to the Global North: Gender, Class, and Domestic Labour in Dionne Brand's In Another Place not Here 2010 Séminaire
The Economics and Labour Market Integration (ELMI) Domain 9 Séminaire
“Where is This?” Historicising Geography, Respatializing History in Dionne Brand’s In Another Place not Here. 2007 Colloque
“Caribbean Canadian Women Writers: Theorizing Transnationality and Postmodernity.” 2015 Colloque
Where is This?” Historicising Geography, Respatializing History in Dionne Brand’s In Another Place not Here. 2015 Colloque