- Associate Professor of English
- On Sabbatical Leave
- 837 22nd Street NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20052
- [email protected]
Associate Professor of English
I currently research women in and beyond the global household – prison –city, women’s literacy and literary cultures in social movements, with a special focus on sub Saharan Africa.
Ph.D. in English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University, 1987.
Paul Virilio. The Lost Dimension. NY: Semiotext(e), 1991. Translator
Guest editor: Sexual and Gender Based Violence in Africa: ACAS Bulletin 83. Association of Concerned Africa Scholars. Fall 2009.
“Housing, Questions, and the Rule of Law”. State of Nature, July 2007.
“Occupied territories: occupational health, and citizenship, in the Fifteenth Department, U.S.A.”. Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 8 (2), 319 – 332.
“Sweating Modernity: women workers in textual and textile industry”. Rethinking Marxism 14, 4, 2002 (2004), 1 - 26
(P/L/C) 1: Pretext Prison Literacy Culture(s) Special Series (2005). Guest Editor..
“Of Empire in the absence(s) of colonialism”. Voice of the Turtle, Symposium on Empire, September 2002.