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“Fluid History: Francophone African Literature, Colonization, & Environmentalism

Date: Time: 4:00 pm
Andrews Hall Room: Bailey Library
Additional Info: ANDR
Contact: Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, (402) 472-3745, modlang2@unl.edu
Dr. Katelyn Knox will discuss the treatment of transnational marinescapes and riverine spaces in the works of postcolonial francophone African writers. Dr. Knox is Assistant Professor of French at the University of Central Arkansas. She specializes in new/transmedia narratives, ultra contemporary Afropean literature and music, and transmediality. This talk is great for those interested in environmental history, environmental writing, and French and francophone literature, history, and culture.

This FREE public lecture is supported by funding from the UNL Faculty Senate Convocations Committee and from the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.

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