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American CreolesThe Francophone Caribbean and the American South$

Martin Munro and Celia Britton

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9781846317538

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: June 2013

DOI: 10.5949/UPO9781846317200

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The Francophone Caribbean and the American South

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American Creoles
Publisher:
Liverpool University Press

(p.i) American Creoles

(p.ii) Francophone Postcolonial Studies

(p.iii) American Creoles

FRANCOPHONE POSTCOLONIAL STUDIES

The annual publication of the Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies New Series, Vol. 3

The annual publication of the Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies

The Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies (SFPS) is an international association which exists in order to promote, facilitate and otherwise support the work of all scholars and researchers working on colonial/postcolonial studies in the French-speaking world. SFPS was created in 2002 with the aim of continuing and developing the pioneering work of its predecessor organization, the Association for the Study of Caribbean and African Literature in French (ASCALF). SFPS does not seek to impose a monolithic understanding of the ‘postcolonial’ and it consciously aims to appeal to as diverse a range of members as possible, in order to engage in wide-ranging debate on the nature and legacy of colonialism in and beyond the French-speaking world. SFPS encourages work of a transcultural, transhistorical, comparative and interdisciplinary nature. It implicitly seeks to decolonize the term Francophone, emphasizing that it should refer to all cultures where French is spoken (including, of course, France itself), and it encourages a critical reflection on the nature of the cognate disciplines of French Studies, on the one hand, and Anglophone Postcolonial Studies, on the other.

Our vision for this new publication with Liverpool University Press is that each volume will constitute a sort of état present on a significant topic embracing various expressions of Francophone Postcolonial Cultures (e.g., literature, film, music, history), in relation to pertinent geographical areas (e.g., France/Belgium, the Caribbean, Africa, the Indian Ocean, Asia, Polynesia) and different periods (slavery, colonialism, the post-colonial era, etc.): above all, we are looking to publish research that will help to set new research agendas across our field. The editorial board of Francophone Postcolonial Studies invites proposals for edited volumes touching on any of the areas listed above: proposals should be sent to Professor David Murphy: d.f.murphy@stir.ac.uk. Fur further details, visit: www.sfps.ac.uk.

General Editor: Nicki Hitchcott (University of Nottingham)

Editorial Board: Chris Bongie (Queen's University, Canada)

Dominique Combe (Wadham College, Oxford, UK/Paris III, France)

Charles Forsdick (University of Liverpool, UK)

Pierre-Philippe Fraiture (University of Warwick, UK)

Sam Haigh (University of Warwick, UK)

Alec Hargreaves (Florida State University, USA)

Jane Hiddleston (Exeter College, Oxford, UK)

Lieven d'Hulst (KU Leuven, Belgium)

Lydie Moudileno (University of Pennsylvania, USA)

David Murphy (University of Stirling, UK)

Andy Stafford (University of Leeds, UK)

Dominic Thomas (UCLA, USA)

Liverpool University Press

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