Rosemary Haskell teaches in the English Department at Elon University, with main teaching and scholarly interests in British and world literature. Recent work includes “Plotting Migritude: Variations of the Bildungsroman in Fatou Diome’s Le ventre de l’Atlantique and Celles qui attendent” (South Atlantic Review, Spring 2016). She is editor, with Thomas Arcaro, of Understanding the Global Experience: Becoming a Responsible World Citizen (Pearson, 2010).
October 4, 2017 |
Fatou Diome / Courtesy of frenchculture.org Fatou Diome, a Senegalese migrant to France, turns her hand to nonfiction in her 2017 pre-election polemic, Marianne porte plainte! Identité nationale:...