Upcoming Talks and Conferences

"Beyond the Great Camouflage: Suzanne Césaire’s Archipelagic Vision as Anticolonial Resistance”

West Indian Literature Conference

Miami, FL

October 6-8, 2018


“From the U.S. South to the Congo: Retracing Anticolonial Networks in Eslanda Robeson’s African Journeys”

American Studies Association

Atlanta, GA

November 8-11, 2018


“#citeblackwomen: Reshaping the Practice of Citation in the Digital Sphere”

Modern Language Association

Chicago, IL

January 3-6, 2019


“Feminist Networks and Diasporic Practices: Eslanda Robeson’s African Journey”

American Historical Association

Chicago, IL

January 3-6, 2019


“A Seat at the Table: Caribbean Women’s Place in Afro-Diasporic Intellectual History”

Coordinating Council for Women Historians Roundtable

American Historical Association

Chicago, IL

January 3-6, 2019


Writing in a Different Key Roundtable

Society for French Historical Studies

Indianapolis, IN

April 4-6, 2019


Past Talks

"From Slavery to Citizenship: The Case of Toussaint in New York"

Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies

University of Rochester

February 28, 2018 



"Beyond Metropole and Colony: Black Women's Citizenship in the Francophone World"

La Maison Française, New York University

February 1, 2018


"Autobiographical Selves in Didier Eribon's Returning to Reims"

The New School

Literary Studies, Eugune Lang College

October 17, 2017


"Tracing a Black Feminist International"

University of Chicago

Center for the Study of Race, Culture and Politics

March 1, 2017


"Decolonial Citizenship: African Women's Political Practices in Contested Spaces"

University of Oxford

St. Antony's College, Pavilion Room

March 9, 2017


"Coming of Age in Times of Trauma: Black Girls' Resistance in Neo-Slave Narratives"

University of Virginia

Global History of Black Girlhood Symposium

March 17 and 18 2017


"Beyond the Great Camouflage: Suzanne Césaire, Haiti and the Poetics of Caribbean Identity"

Rutgers University

Center for African Studies

March 3, 2016