Sarah FILA-BAKABADIO

Forthcoming

 "Black Studies in Europe: A Transnational Dialogue", conférence internationale, Université Libre de Belgique, Bruxelles, 16-17 novembre 2017.

 

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Research Interests

 

Black intellectual and cultural history, African American history, black nationalisms in the United States, the Black Atlantic ; the circulations of ideas, cultures and images between the United States, Europe and Africa (19th-present); African diaspora(s); the Black body.

 

Education

 

Ph.D, History and Civilizations, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 2009.

National High School Teacher Certification (CAPES), English, Paris, 2007.

M. A., History and Civilizations,, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 2001.

M. A., English and Anglophone Civilizations, Rennes 2 University, 1999.

 

Current Position

 

Associate Professor in American Civilization and African American Studies, University of Cergy-Pontoise, France.

Member of the Center of Compared Civilisations and Cultural Identities (CICC), University of Cergy-Pontoise.

Affiliated member of the Center for North-American Studies,MASCIPO (UMR 8168) EHESS/CNRS.

Expertise (article and manuscript reviews): Brill, Routledge, IDEA(s), Monde(s), Culture-Kairos, Transatlantica.

 

Academic Employment (selection)

 

Visiting Research Scholar, The Graduate Center, New York, 2004.

Research and Administrative Manager for the Center for North American Studies (CENA), Paris, EHESS, 2006-2007.

Certified English Teacher, Robert de Luzarches High School, Amiens, France, 2007-2008.

Teaching and Research Assistant, English Department, University of Tours, 2008-2009.

Teaching and Research Fellow, Institute of Political Sciences, Rennes, 2009-2010.

Member of the International Editorial Board of African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal, Routledge (2012-17).

 

Publications

 

Books and Journal Issues

- Musiques populaires: usages sociaux et appartenance (co-edition with Giulia Bonacci), École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 2003. Reprint: 2006.

- "Black Paris and the Lived Experiences of Black Subjects" (co-edition with Audrey Célestine), special issue of African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal, v. 10, n.1, January 2017.

 

 

Book chapters and papers published in peer-reviewed journals

 

-"Du global au particulier: Kwanzaa Music ou la quête identitaire afro-américaine", Cahiers d'études africaines, n.168, vol. XLII-4, 2002, p. 645-662.

- "Les trois sphères de la Kwanzaa Music", in Giulia Bonacci and Sarah Fila-Bakabadio (ed.), Musiques populaires: usages sociaux et appartenance, Paris, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, 2003, p. 27-42.

- "Holocauste contre holocauste: de la rhétorique afrocentriste aux expressions d'un antisémitisme noir", Diasporas, n.10, 2007, p. 68-81.

- "L'étoffe de l'africanité", Civilisations, v. 58, n. 1, p. 39-54.

- "Building up French blackness through an Afrocentric lens?", African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal, v. 4, n. 2, 2011, p. 115-130.

- "De l'Afrique aux Afriques: vers une cartographie de l'histoire noire", in B. Belmekki, M. Benoit, M. Naumann and J. Weeks, La terre, question vitale au XXIe siècle, Paris, L'Harmattan, 2012, p. 103-121.

- "Imaginaires d'Afrique et historiographies afrocentristes", Monde(s). Histoire, Espaces, Relations, numéro spécial: "L'invention des continents", sous la dir. d'Isabelle Surun et Hugues Tertrais, Paris, Armand Colin, n. 2013-1, p. 125-145.

- "Black Beauty Politics and the Afro-French Woman", in Jacque Lynn Foltyn (ed.), Crafting Allure: Beauty, Culture and Identity, ebook from Interdisciplinary Press, Freeland, Oxfordshire, England, 2014, p. 79-88.

- "« Pick your Afro daddy » : Neo Soul and the Making of Diasporan Identities", in Alice Aterianus-Owanga et Pauline Guedj (ed.) "La construction d'un Atlantique musical noir", Cahiers d’études africaines, December 2014, n. 216, p. 919-944.

- “Photographie et géographie corporelle de l'Atlantique noir", in Rémy Bazenguissa et Thomas Fouquet (ed.), Politique Africaine, n°136: Blackness, décembre 2014, p. 21-40.

- "Inventing the esthetic of the Afro-Modern Figure: Black French and the Atlantic circulation of beauty", African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal, v. 8, n. 2, July 2015, p. 216-229.

- "Photographier depuis les marges: notes sur l'histoire politique afro-américaine", GRAAT online, n° 18, 2015.

- "Media and Politics of 'Re-presentation' and the black female body", in Félix Germain et Silyane Larcher (ed.), Black Women and the Struggle for Equality (1848-2015), University of Nebraska Press, 2018, p. 169-183.

 

Book Reviews

 

- Alain Locke (ed. Anthony Mangeon), Le rôle du nègre dans la culture des Amériques, Paris: L'Harmattan, Gradhiva, n.10, 2009, p. 212-213.

- New World Coming: The 60s and the Shaping of Global Consciousness, Dubinsky Karen, Krull Catherine, Mills Sean, Rutheford Scott (ed.s), Toronto: Between the Lines, Canadian Journal of History/Annales canadiennes d'histoire, XLV, autumn/automne 2010, p. 447-449.

"Post-Racial America?", Books and Ideas, May 2012.

- François-Xavier Fauvelle-Aymar, La mémoire aux enchères. L’idéologie afrocentriste à l’assaut de l’histoire, Les Annales HSS, n. 2, avril-juin 2015, p. 523-525.

- Dominic Thomas, Africa and France: Postcolonial Cultures, Migration and Racism, in Audrey Célestine et Sarah Fila-Bakabadio, African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal, Special issue : "Black Paris and Black Lived Experiences", London, Routledge, version en ligne: 2015, version papier: v. 10, n.1, 2017, p. 102-103.

- Sébastien Ledoux, Le devoir de mémoire, Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, n. 64-1, 2017, p. 208-210.

- David Macey, Frantz Fanon: une vie, Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, n. 64-2, 2017, p. 247-248.

- Ambre Ivol, Le pacifisme en Amérique, Le mouvement social, 2018. Available at : http://www.lemouvementsocial.net/comptes-rendus/ambre-ivol-pacifisme-amerique-howard-zinn-gauche-de-seconde-guerre-mondiale-vietnam/

 

Translations

 

- Angelina Pollack-Eltz, "Venezuela", in André Corten, Jean-Pierre Dozon, Ari Pedro Oro (ed.), Les nouveaux conquérants de la foi: L'Eglise universelle du royaume de Dieu (Brésil),  Paris, Karthala, 2003, p. 77-85.

- Sylvain Pattieu, "Le BUMIDOM au prisme de Paris et sa région, contradictions d’une politique de migration encadrée par l’Etat (années 1960 et 1970)", in Audrey Célestine et Sarah Fila-Bakabadio (ed.), African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal, Special issue : "Black Paris and Black Lived Experiences", London, Routledge, version en ligne: 2015, version papier: v. 10, n.1, 2017, p. 12-24.

 

 

Talks

 

Plenary Sessions

 

"Multiple Blackness : The African Diaspora in France", De Paul University Study Abroad Program, Paris, 2010.

"The Gender Pledge : France and the contradictions of the land of the Déclaration des droits de l’homme”, De Paul University Study Abroad Program, Paris, 2010.

"The Gender Pledge : France and the contradictions of the land of the Déclaration des droits de l’homme”, De Paul University Study Abroad Program, Paris, 2011.

- "Noire et française: The Black French Body, in-between Decolonial Aesthetic and Diasporan Cosmopolitanism", Center for Black Diaspora, DePaul University, Chicago, 2015.

 

Conference Papers (selected)

 

- 'Les accents panafricanistes de la subjectivité afrocentriste", conference: African American Nationalisms', François Rabelais University, Tours, France, 2003.

- 'Du global au particulier: Kwanzaa Music ou la quête identitaire afro-américaine', la journée d'étude, CEAf/CENA, conference: Musiques populaires: usages sociaux et sentiments d'appartenance, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France, 2003.

- 'Afro-American Afrocentrisms and the Making of a Reparationist History', conference: Does Discrimination Shape Identity? Politics and Minorities in the English Speaking Area and in France: Rhetoric and Reality, Paris 13 University, Paris, France, 2009.

- 'Black Political Skin: le corps noir dans l'histoire politique afro-américaine', Les rendez-vous de l'histoire, Blois, France, 2009.

- 'Les panthères noires (The Black Panther Party) au Congo-Brazzaville (1971)', conference: Afrique, 50 ans d'indépendance: bilan et perspectives, Paris-Ouest Nanterre University, 2010.

- 'La Black World History et la compétition des mémoires', Conference: Fluctuating Memories/mémoires fluctuantes, CRIDAF, Paris 13, 2010.

"Coding Black Beauty: images of self and desire of otherness", Black States of Desire: Dispossession, Circulation, Transformation, 9th International Conference of the Collegium for African American Research,  Paris 7 University, 2011.

"L'Afrique, les Afriques, la carte et le territoire", conference: "The Earth", University of Cergy-Pontoise, 2011.

“Visualizing Identity: Beauty and the Making of an Afro-Frenchness", 8th Conference of the MESEA,Ramon Llull University, Barcelona, 2012.

"Black Beauty Politics and the Afro-Modern French Figure", Mansfield College, Oxford, 2012.

"The Corporeal Geography of Africa: The Black Body in Contemporary African and African American Photography", Conference "What is Africa to Me Now?", University of Liège, Belgium, 2013.

- 'Inventing the Aesthetics of the Afro-Modern body: the Atlantic circulation of images of blackness in the 21st century", Conference, "Remapping the Black Atlantic: Diaspora (Re)Writings of Race and Space" Conference', DePaul University, Chicago, 2013.

- 'Beauty in Black Terms: The making of black beauty in the United States', colloque international: "Frontières affirmées, frontières contestées", FIRA, EHESS, Paris, 2013.

- 'Black Beauty and the making of Black French Visual Culture', Council for European Studies, Washington D. C., 2014.

- 'Historicizing the Black Body in Contemporary France: an Analysis', Symposium: "Blacks of France: New Dimensions in the History and Historiography of an African Diaspora", UC-Berkeley, 2014.

- 'Congo Oye: the Black Panthers' Visual Grammar and the Third World Revolution', panel: 'Visualizing Memory: photography, Moving Images  and Racial Minorities' Positionality', Annual Conference of the French Association of American Studies, 2015.

- "The black body sealed into blackness: Interrogating corporeity & race in contemporary France", Conference de la Black Studies Association (BSA), Blackness in Britain 2015 : 'The Black Special Relationship', African American scholarship and its impact on Black intellectual life in Britain, Birmingham City University, England, 2015.

- "Africa on my Mind: Une histoire sociale de l'afrocentrisme aux Etats-Unis". Journée d'études: "Déprovincialiser l'histoire, réorienter la philosophie", Paris Ouest-Nanterre University, 2016.

- "Black Studies in France", international conference: “Black Studies in Europe: A Transnational dialogue”, Brussels, 2017.

- "Les fondements nationalistes des afrocentrismes afro-américains", Colloque "afrocentricités: histoire, philosophie et pratiques sociales", Nadia Yala Kisukidi, Mathieu Renault, Pauline Guedj, Amzat Boukhari-Yabara (org.), University Paris 8/Collège international de philosophie, La Colonie, 2017.

- “Corps et blanchité au prisme de la blackness”, colloquium: La condition blanche. Réflexion sur une majorité française, Mathilde Cohen et Sarah Mazouz (org.), EHESS, 2018.

 

Lectures and seminars (selected)

 

- "La conception afrocentriste de l'identité africaine-américaine", research seminar: "Le commerce des esprits" organized by Marion Aubrée et Marc-Henri Piault, Center for African Studies (CEAf), École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France, 2001.

- "Regards croisés sur "l'africanité": un chercheur franco-congolais en milieu afrocentriste", Doceaf, (Seminar for the Graduate Students of the Center for African Studies), École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France, 2003.

- "La diaspora africaine: définitions et paradigmes", research seminar : "Diasporas: Définitions, dimensions culturelles et enjeux politiques", organized by Pauline Peretz, Institut d'Études Politiques (Institute of Political Sciences), Paris, France, 2007.

- "Kwanzaa Music et diaspora(s) africaine(s), la mondialisation aux origines d'un genre musical", research seminar "Musiques et globalisation", organized by Emmanuelle Olivier, Research Center on Language and Arts (CRAL), EHESS, Paris, France, 2008.

"Une note de bas de page dans le livre de l'homme blanc ? Enjeux et interprétations des historiographiques afrocentristes", research seminar : "Diasporas: Définitions, dimensions culturelles et enjeux politiques", organized by Pauline Peretz, Institute of Political Sciences, Paris, France, 2009.

- "Vers une sociologie des afrocentrismes", research seminar: "Identités et mobilisations" organized by Jean-François Polo, Christian Le Bart et Dominique Maliesky, Institute of Political Sciences, Rennes, France, 2009.

"Réflexions sur l'Atlantique noir", research seminar: "Historiographie et langues étrangères", organized by Elsa Devienne, Paris, EHESS, 2011.

"L'invention de la beauté noire aux Etats-Unis", research seminar: "Corps racialisés et identités raciales", Centre d'histoire, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, 2011.

- "Des Cultural Studies aux Black (Cultural) Studies?", Centre d'histoire culturelle des sociétés contemporaines, université de Versailles-St Quentin, 2017.

- "Brazzaville 1971: le Black Panther Party et la fluidité des révolutions", séminaire "Les arts en Afrique et dans ses diasporas : pratiques, savoirs, mobilités",Claire Bosc-Tiessé, Carlo Célius, Jean-Paul Colleyn, Anne Doquet, Christine Douxami, Éric Jolly (org.), Institut des Mondes Africains (IMAF), EHESS, 2018.

-  "Visualités noires: méthodologie", seminar: “Genre et sexualité: enquêtes et méthodes de terrain”, Juliette Rennes, Mathieu Trachman, Sylvie Steinberg (org.), EHESS, 2018.

 

Panel Chair and Roundtables

 

- Chair, panel: Engagements militants et solidarité internationaliste sur la longue durée, conference “Revolutionary Circulations, Europe-America” organized by  Marie-Laure Geoffray, Eugénia Palieraki and Jan Wörlein, 2014.

- Roundtable at the colloquium, "Marginal Sources for a History from the Margins: Transgressing Norms.Race, Class, and Gender in the United States, from the Post-War Period until the 1970s", organized by Christen Bryson, Pierre Cras, Jean-Paul Lallemand-Stempak, Anne Légier and Olivier Mahéo, University Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle, 2014.

- Roundtable: "Music in the Black Atlantic", CIRHUS, New York University, 2015.

 

Unpublished Working Papers (selected)

 

- "Black Power: The Awakening of Black Nationalism", Master's thesis, supervisor: Nicole Moulinoux, Rennes 2 University, 1999.

- "Updating Afrocentrism", supervisor: Keletso Atkins, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1999.- "Francophone Decolonization in Central Africa: Towards Autonomy?", supervisor: Alois Mlambo, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1999.

- "Afrocentricity: Paradigm for a New Black Identity?", supervisor: Keletso Atkins, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 2000.

- "Africa's Glorious Past: Nkrumah's Legacy and Modern Afrocentrism", supervisor: Elikia M'Bokolo, EHESS, Paris, 2001.

- "Étude de l'impact de l'afrocentrisme sur des étudiants africains et africains-américains", supervisor: Francine Muel-Dreyfus, EHESS, Paris, 2001.

- "Afrocentrisme et dynamiques identitaires chez les Africains-Américains", Master's thesis, supervisor: Jean Heffer, EHESS, Paris, 2001.

 

Conferences, Seminars and Panel Sessions Organized

 

"Musiques populaires: usages sociaux et sentiments d'appartenance", colloquium co-organized with Giulia Bonacci, Center for North American Studies, Center for African Studies, EHESS, Paris, 2002.

Graduate workshop on migrations, Center for North American Studies, EHESS, Paris, 2004.

Founding member and co-organizer of the graduate student seminar in American Studies with Nicolas Barreyre, Paris, CENA, EHESS, 2002-2004.

ARTfrocentrismes : Représentations artistiques et imaginaires de l'Afrique. colloquium organized with Julien Bonhomme, Sarah Frioux-Salgas and Pauline Guedj, Musée du quai Branly, Paris, December 1-2 2011.

"Globalization and Social Sciences", Research seminar co-organized with Gustavo Gerrerro, University of Cergy-Pontoise, 2011-present.

"Mediating Black Bodies : Traveling Images and the Making of Black Selves”, panel session organized with Simone Puff, MESEA conference, Barcelona, 2012.

- "Les populations noires en France : nouvelles dimensions historiques et historiographiques" ('Black populations in France: New Historical and historiographic dimensions') with Jean-Pierre Bat (National Archives), Audrey Célestine (Lille 3 University), Soline Laplanche-Servigne (Maurice Halbwachs Research Center), Anne Leblay-Kinoshita (National Archives), Françoise Lemaire (National Archives), Sylvain Pattieu (Paris 8 University), Emmanuelle Sibeud (Paris 8 University) et Tyler Stovall (University of California, Santa Cruz), University Paris 8, 2014-present.

- "Visualizing Memory: Photography, Moving Images and Racial Minorities' positionality", Annual Conference of the French Association of American Studies (AFEA), 2015.

-  "Cosmopolitanism out of Revolution: Africa's Positionality and International Solidarities", AIGES, panel at the 6th European Conference on African Studies (ECAS), Paris, 2015.

- Co-organisation with Sylvain Pattieu of the workshop "Littérature(s) noire(s)?", La Colonie, Paris, 23 March 2017.

- Co-organisation with Nicole Grégoire (Fondation Nationale pour la Recherche Scientifique), Jacinthe Mazzochetti (Université Libre de Belgique), Bambi Ceuppens (Tervuren Museum), Karel Arnaut (Katholiek Universiteit, Leuven), Véronique Clette-Gakuba (Université Libre de Belgique), Sarah Demart (University of Liège) of the international conference : “Black Studies in Europe: A Transnational dialogue”, Brussels, 2017.

 

Grants and Fellowships

 

Cap Monde Fellowship, conseil général d'Ille et Vilaine, France, 2000.

GAPSA Scholarly Travel Grant, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 2000.

Master's degree Fellowship, Ministère de la Recherche, (French Ministry of Research), 2000-2001.

Travel Grant, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 2002.

Fulbright Research Grant, 2004.

Gilder Lehrman Fellowship, 2009.

 

Courses

 

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States, 2000.

French, French and Italian Department

Robert de Luzarches High School, Amiens, France, 2007-2008.

English

François Rabelais University, Tours, France, 2008-2009.

Undergraduate

Oral and written English, English Grammar, Translation (French/English), American Civilization.

Graduate

Introduction to Anglophone Sociology.

Institut of Political Studies, Rennes, France, 2009-2010.

English, American Civilization, African-American history (undergraduate and graduate).

 

Université de Cergy-Pontoise, UFR Langues et études internationales (LEI), 2010-present (selection).

Undergraduate

Contemporary United State.

Understanding the American Democracy.

A Social History of Contemporary America.

Anthropology of Culture.

Culture and Heritage in North America.

     Graduate

Back to Africa Movement: Afro-descendants' Return to the Homeland (19th century to contemporary times).

Political Power and its representations in the United States.

Methodology in Social Sciences Research.

American Political Thought.

Introduction to Cultural Studies.

Towards Post-Racial: Traveling American Societal Models at a Global Age.

World history and the Black Atlantic.

Post-Racial America?.

American Repatriation Movements.

Methodology in American Civilization.

Culture and Heritage in North America.

 

Media Appearances and public debates

 

- "L'afrocentrisme", Mémoires d'un continent, Radio France Internationale, 2001.

- "L'afrocentrisme en question", Mémoire d'un continent, Radio France Internationale, 2004.

- "Panthers", festival "État d'urgence: répressions démocratiques", Paris, 2006.

- "Chromo Story", Paris sur mer, Radio France Outre-Mer, 2009.

- "L'afrocentrisme aux États-Unis d'Amérique", Mémoire d'un continent, Radio France Internationale, 2010.

- "Histoire de l'afrocentrisme", La Fabrique de l'histoire, France Culture, 2010.

- Conférence-débat autour de Black Music, film de Marc-Aurèle Vecchione, Festival Dooinit, Rennes, 2010.

- "Histoire des mouvements noirs en France: débat historiographique", La Fabrique de l'histoire, France Culture, 2011.

- "Beauty Parade", (autour du livre de Sylvain Pattieu), L'Atelier intérieur, n° 26, France Culture, 2015.

- Ciné-débat: Selma, Cinéma du Palais, Université Paris Est-Créteil, Créteil, 2015.

- "Aux Etats-Unis, on vous rappelle constamment votre race", entretien avec Catherine de Coppet, Chercheurs d'Actu, L'Express.fr, 2015.

- "7 jours sur la planète", TV5 monde, 2015.

- Rencontre-débat avec Daniel Maximin, autour du "cinquantenaire du discours sur le colonialisme", cycle "Le temps des archives" (animé par Thierry Fabre), MUCEM/France Culture, Marseille, 2016.

- "USA : les fractures ouvertes d’une Amérique en campagne: Les Etats-Unis désunis", Du Grain à moudre d'été, France Culture, 2016.

- "Malcolm X", Une oeuvre, une vie, France Culture, 2016.

- "Musées par-delà le patrimoine (2/4): D’Addis-Abeba à Washington: Fabriquer un récit national pluriel", Culture mondes, France Culture, 2016.

- Table-ronde: "Conditions noires et politique: de la nécessité de la violence?", association Sciences Po pour l'Afrique, Institut d'études politique, Paris, 2017.

- Ciné-débat: Sankofa de Haile Gerima, "Les Révoltés de l’Histoire", festival de film documentaire et de fiction organisé par l’association Protea, cycle "Regards croisés sur l'esclavage", cinéma Le studio, Aubervilliers, 2017.

- Rencontre avec Amzat Boukhari-Yabara, "Panafricanisme et afrocentrisme", médiathèque de Lyon, 2017.

- Intervention dans le documentaire (Anaïs Kien), Feu!!, La Fabrique de l’histoire, France Culture, 2018.

“Des Black Studies en Europe?”, La Fabrique de l’histoire, France Culture, 2018.

- Participation à la lecture musicale-débat, "Harlem 1926 et la revue "Feu !!", à l’occasion de l’édition française de Feu !! (Editions Ypsilon), Le Hangar-Tremplin/Librairie Envie de lire, Festival Sons d’hiver, Ivry-sur-Seine, 2018.

- "3 idées reçues sur les Black Studies", vidéo de 3mn disponible sur le compte Facebook de France Culture, 2018.

- “Cinquantenaire de la mort de Martin Luther King” (debate with Claire Bourhis-Mariotti), Appel sur l'actualité, Radio France Internationale, 2018.

 

Languages

 

French (native tongue), English (fluent), Spanish (written and oral comprehension).

 

Professional Affiliations

 

Association for American Studies (AFEA), Collegium for African American Research (CAAR), American Historical Association (AHA).

 

Other

Dancer, Nikita Dance Company, 1995-1997.

Dernières publications/Just Published

- Eugenia Palieraki et Sarah Fila-Bakabadio (ed.), "Revolutionary Cosmopolitanism: Africa's positionality and International Solidarities (1950s-1970s),  African Identities, vol. 16, n.2., juin 2018.

 

-  “Against the Empire: The Black Panthers in Congo, Insurgent Cosmopolitanism and the Fluidity of Revolutions”, in Sarah Fila-Bakabadio et Eugénia Palieraki (ed.), African Identities, Special issue: “Revolutionary Cosmopolitanism: Africa's positionality and International Solidarities (1950s-1970s)”, v. 16, n. 2,  2018, p. 146-160

 

- Les Black Studies en Europe: des savoirs engagés", Agenda Interculturel, Centre interculturel de Bruxelles, n°341, juillet 2018, p. 16-17. Disponible sur : http://www.cbai.be/revuearticle/1664/

 

- "Media and Politics of 'Re-presentation' and the black female body", in Félix Germain et Silyane Larcher (sous la dir.), Black Women and the Struggle for Equality (1848-2015), University of Nebraska Press, 2018, p. 169-183.

 

Africa on my Mind: histoire sociale de l'afrocentrisme aux Etats-Unis, Paris, Les Indes savantes, 2016.

 

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