Affiliated in Africana Studies.
Ph.D. Vanderbilt University (2015). Dr. Annette Joseph-Gabriel is a scholar of Francophone Caribbean literature and culture. Her areas of specialization include global feminisms, Afro-diasporic literary and cultural movements, and the Enlightenment in the French Atlantic.
“Creolizing Freedom: French-Creole Translations of Liberty and Equality in the Haitian Revolution.” Slavery & Abolition: A Journal of Slave and Post-Slave Studies 36.1 (2015): 111-123
“Language Awareness in the French Classroom.” (Co-authored with Scott, Virginia M., Dessein, Eva, Ledford, Julian) The French Review 86.6 (2013): 90-102.
“Le Rire: Negritude and Henri Bergson’s Comic Negro.” Beyond Bergson. Ed. Andrea J. Pitts and Mark William Westmoreland, SUNY Press (volume in preparation)
“Feminist Networks and Diasporic Practices: Eslanda Robeson’s African Journeys.” We Could Turn this Whole World Over: Black Women’s Internationalism during the Twentieth Century. Ed. Tiffany M. Gill and Keisha N. Blain (volume in preparation).
Rev. of Slavery by Another Name, dir. Douglas Blackmon and PBS. Palimpsest: A Journal on Women, Gender, and the Black International 3.1 (2014): 86-88.
Rev. of Blacks and Blackness in Central America: Between Race and Place. Ed. Lowell Gudmundson & Justin Wolfe. Durham: Duke Univ. Press, 2010. Ameriquests 8.1 (2011).
For more information on her scholarship and digital humanities work please see www.annettejosephgabriel.com