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Smith, Maya Angela. Senegal Abroad: Linguistic borders, racial formations, and diasporic imaginaries. University of Wisconsin Press, 2019. Learn more
Whittingham, Luke. “Gordijiguène and Colonialities : Importing Homophobia and Violence against Queers in Senegal.” 2018.Learn more
Smith, Maya Angela. French Heritage Language Learning: a Site of Community Building, Cultural Exploration and Self-reflection. (2017). Critical Multilingualism Studies5(2), 10-38.Learn more
Smith, Maya Angela. Who is a Legitimate French Speaker?: The Senegalese in Paris and the Crossing of Linguistic and Social Borders. (2015). French Cultural Studies 26(3), 317–329.Learn more
"A Psychogeography of the Monstrous in Le Premier Homme" in A Writer's Topography: Space and Place in the Life and Works of Albert Camus, eds. Jason Herbeck and Vincent Grégoire (Leiden: Brill/Rodopi, 2015): 117-134.Learn more
Claire Mouflard. L'Autre en Mouvement: Representations of the Postcolonial Urban Other in Contemporary Metropolitan French Literature, Art and Cinema. Diss., 2014.Learn more
Richard Watts. Packaging Post/Coloniality: The Manufacture of Literary Identity in the Francophone World. Lexington Books: 2005.Learn more