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Race and Ethnicity
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Maya Angela Eipe Smith
Associate Professor in French
French & Italian Studies Faculty Update
(May 6, 2019)
Assistant Professor Maya Smith on the Cultural and Commercial Significance of
(February 9, 2018)
Smith, Maya Angela.
Senegal Abroad: Linguistic borders, racial formations, and diasporic imaginaries.
University of Wisconsin Press, 2019.
Smith, Maya Angela. Negotiating Martinican Identity amid French Universalism: Racial and Linguistic Considerations. (2018).
Whittingham, Luke. “Gordijiguène and Colonialities : Importing Homophobia and Violence against Queers in Senegal.” 2018.
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
Smith, Maya Angela. Practices of Senegalese Immigrants in Rome: Construction of Identities and Negotiation of Boundaries. (2015).
La Santa Sede e le leggi razziali in Italia e in Europa,
in: Giuseppe Speciale (ed.),
Le leggi antiebraiche nell'ordinamento italiano. Razza diritto esperienze,
Patron, Bologna, 2013.
Kelly Ruhlig. "Moufida Tlatli: Reflections of Tunisia." Honors Thesis.
Francis Ramoin. "The Front National and Immigrant Populations in France." Honors Thesis.
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