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Professor Joan Anim-Addo

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PositionProfessor of Caribbean Literature and Culture
Email j.anim-addo (@gold.ac.uk)
Phone+44 (0)20 7919 7396
Professor Joan Anim-Addo

B.Ed (Hons), MA, PhD. Appointed Goldsmiths, Director of the then Centre for Caribbean Studies, 1994.

Teaching

I am currently the convenor for the undergraduate option: Caribbean Women's Writing. I also convene the Pathway 'Literature of the Caribbean and its Diasporas' within the MA Comparative Literary Studies programme.

Areas of supervision

  • Natasha Bonnelame, "Translated Modernities: Locating the Modern Subject in Caribbean Literature"
  • Marl'ene Edwin, "In the Body of the Archive: Representations of Creole Language and Culture"
  • Sonia Hope, "Challenging (In)difference: Reassessing Theories of Authorship in Relation to Black British Women’s Literature"
  • Tendai Marima, "Suns of the Mbira: A Critical Exploration of the Multiple Figurations of Femininity in Selected Fiction by Yvonne Vera and Tsitsi Dangaremba"
  • Midori Saito, "Reading Jean Rhys in the Context of Caribbean Literature: Re-positioning her texts in the Negritude Movement and the Caribbean Literary Renaissance"
  • Rachel Thompson, "Narratives of Return: The Contemporary Caribbean Writer and the Quest for Home"

Presentations and exhibitions

November 2014
"The Crossing" (based on "Imonda")
Actors Church, Covent Garden, UK Premiere

April 2014
"The Crossing" (based on "Imonda")
Tulane University, USA

May 2008
"Imoinda" (full length libretto)
SOTA, Geneseo New York, World Premiere

June 1998   
"Imoinda" (Reading)
The Oval House Theatre, London

October 1996
"At Gulley’s Edge*" (full length play)
The Oval House Theatre, London

*(shortlisted for Alfred Fagon Award, 1997)

Keynote lectures

November 2009  
‘The Migrant Woman Subject in Black British Writing’, 
Roskilde University, Denmark

December 2008 
‘Transatlantic Slavery: Considering Testifying Black Voices’,
University of Athens.

October 2008
‘Beyond the Spectacle of Notting Hill Carnival: Text, Theory and Practice’,
AfroEuropeans Conference, University of Leon, Spain.

June 2008
‘A Scottish Legacy in Grenada and the Grenadines’,
Caribbean-Scottish Passages: History, Language and Literature Conference, University of Stirling, Scotland.

December 2007
‘Challenging Gender Studies: Rendering the Black Body Visible in Europe’,
University of Athens.

October, 2007
Theory Trouble: Creolization and (Caribbean) Women’s Writing’,
Vigo University, Spain.

November 2000
‘Black Women Gazing or Looks that Might Kill’,
The Black Gaze Conference:  International Perspectives on African and African-World Literature and Visual Culture, London.

Conferences

September 2013, ‘Perspectives from ‘Other’ Cultures Translating Culture’, Goldsmiths, University of London.

June 2011, 'Comparative Critical Conversations', 6th International Conference of Caribbean Women's Writing, Goldsmiths, University of London.

February, 2009, ATHENA: Resisters’ European Seminar, Goldsmiths, University of London.

April, 2007, 'Writing, Diaspora and the Legacy of Slavery', 5th International Conference of Caribbean Women's Writing, Goldsmiths, University of London.

October, 2005, ‘Caribbean Connections/ Creole Realities’: An Interdisciplinary Caribbean’

2003, ‘Writing Black British, 1792-2002: A Symposium, Friday 24 October, Goldsmiths.

April, 2001, International Conference: ‘Swinging Her Breasts at History’: Caribbean Women’s Literature, Goldsmiths College.

May 1998, International Conference: '(Sub) Versions, In Versions, Dub Versions', Goldsmiths College.

May, 1996, International Conference,:  ‘Centre of Remembrance: Memory and Caribbean Women’s Writing’ Goldsmiths College.

June, 1994, International Conference: ‘Framing the Word: Gender and Genre in Caribbean Women’s Writing’, Goldsmiths College.

Television and video output

April 2010
Critical Perspectives on Joan Anim-Addo’s Imoinda dvd

October 2008
‘Longest Journey’, Documentary for Deptford.tv

April 2004
TV Round Table Debate, Dominican Republic

2000
Open University Film, BBC2

1998-2000
BBC Education, ‘Something to Think About’ Series

Radio

1999
Interview with Radio Havana, for Caribbean Outlook

Papers presented

November 2013
‘The Entangled Caribbean\African Imaginary: Writing Affect and the Interdiasporic Encounter’,
Callaloo Conference, Oxford University.

October 2013
‘Considering Black British Feminism and Alter(native) Vindication of Rights’, A Vindication of the Rights of Black Women: A Panel Discussion on Black Feminism,
Cambridge University.

November 2009
‘Black British Literature Representing a Fractured Past: Absences, Amnesia, Critical Resistance and the Academy’,
Fractured Narratives Conference, Goldsmiths, University of London.

May 2008
‘Caribbean-Scottish Relations: Authorising Familial Disassociation’,
University of Trento, Italy.

March 2008
‘‘Teaching Black British Literature and the Arts: At Home and Abroad’, Joan Anim-Addo (Goldsmiths, University of London) in conversation with: Les Back (Goldsmiths), R.Victoria Arana (Howard University, USA), and Bénédicte Ledent (Liege University, Belgium), 
On Whose Terms? “Critical Negotiations in Black British Literature and the Arts”, 
Hosted by Goldsmiths, University of London (13th-14th March 2008).

November 2007
“To leap our discontinuities: Methodology and the History of Juliana ‘Lily’ Mulzac of Union Island … Creole Family Patterns and Scottish Disassociation”,
Islands in Between: Language, Literature and Culture of the Eastern Caribbean, St Maarten.

March 2007
“Theorising the Creole Text: African-Caribbean Women’s Writing, Critical Silences and Complex Challenges”,
The Caribbean Unbound III, Franklin College, Switzerland.

January 2007
‘Considering the Museum: The Black Body in Europe, the Primitive, Neo-Primitive and the Real’,
University of Leicester, UK.

August 2006
‘Figurations of Caribbean Women’s Writing’ “Figur/Azioni: Genere, corpi, intercultura”,
Raccontar(si) Laboratorio di mediazione interculturale, International Summer School, Prato, Italy.

August 2006
Black Women Narrating the Post-Windrush Self: Selected Novels by Beryl Gilroy and Joan Riley’, 
AfroEuropeans Conference, Leon University, Spain, 2006.

June 2006
“‘Good Scotch Blood’ in the Family:  Mary Seacole, Juliana ‘Lily’ Mulzac and the Authorizing of Familial Connections”,
The Caribbean Woman Writer as Scholar, May 30-June 3.

May, 2004
‘Gender and Sexuality in Caribbean Women’s Literature: A Conversation with Writers, Joan Anim-Addo & Thomas Glave’,
University of Trento.

April, 2004
‘A Reality She Preferred’: Alba Ambert’s The Passion of Maria Magdalena Stein as travel Writing,
The 9th International Caribbean Women writers and Scholars Conference, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

April 2003
‘Small Ironies: The Marketing of Jamaica Kincaid’s A Small Place as Travel Writing’Black Travel Writing,
Howard University, Washington, DC.

February 2003
‘‘Haunted by History”,
SUNY Geneseo, New York, USA.

August 2002
‘Caribbean Women’s Writing and Cultural Mediation’,
University of Florence.

September 2001
‘Speaking as a Woman’: African-Caribbean Women’s Testimony and Nineteenth Century Human Rights Discourse,
‘Liberty and Literature’ Conference, Manchester University.

August, 2001
Poetry Reading,
Fedon Bookstore, St. Georges, Grenada.

January 2001
Centro de Linguistica Applicada, Santiago de Cuba.

September 1999 Poetry Reading,
Kent Literature Festival, The Metropole Arts Centre, Kent,

June 1998
‘Dreaming A World’
HMS President, Victoria Embankment.

January 1999
‘Writer Defined Literary Concerns & Caribbean Creole: Three Case Studies’, 
Santiago de Cuba.

May, 1998
‘Deconstructing Angel: Caribbean womanhood in texts by Merle Collins’,
Grenada.

May 1997
‘Another Doorway? Black Women Writing The Museum Experience’, 
Inter-Active: World Cultures and Museum Education Conference, London: Museum of Mankind. 

April 1997
‘Butterflies, Satellites and Spiral Notebooks: Reading The African-Caribbean Woman Writer’s Project’,
Co(n)texts: Implcazioni Testuali conference, Trento, Italy.

June 1996
The Caribbean Short Story in English,
Université d’Angers, France.

April 1996
“Winds of Change”: The Transforming Voices of Women,
Florida International University, USA.

Research Interests

My recent research activities include: Caribbean Literature and diaspora, women’s writing, Feminist perspectives, Black presence in Europe, Caribbean-Scottish Interconnections, Creolisation, Interculturality and humanism.

Previous research includes African-Caribbean women’s fiction, the Black Presence in Britain (sixteenth century to present day), Networking women, Memory and History and Creolistics.

Current research projects:

  • The Black Body in Europe.
  • Behind the Looking-Glass: 'Other'-cultures-within translating cultures (An AHRC Network)

Publications

Book

Imoinda: or She Who Will Lose Her Name: A Play for Twelve Voice in Three Acts
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2008. Imoinda: or She Who Will Lose Her Name: A Play for Twelve Voice in Three Acts. Mango Publishing. ISBN 978-1902294391

Touching The Body: History, Language and African-Caribbean Women’s Writing
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2007. Touching The Body: History, Language and African-Caribbean Women’s Writing. London: Mango Publishing. ISBN 9781902294230

Caribbean-Scottish Relations: Colonial and Contemporary Inscriptions in History, Language and Literature
Covi, Giovanna; Anim-Addo, Joan; Pollard, Velma and Sassi, Carla. 2007. Caribbean-Scottish Relations: Colonial and Contemporary Inscriptions in History, Language and Literature. London: Mango Publishing. ISBN 978-1902294346

Janie: Cricketing Lady, with Carnival and Hurricane Poems
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2006. Janie: Cricketing Lady, with Carnival and Hurricane Poems. Mango. ISBN 1902294262

ReSisters in Conversation: Representation Responsibility Complexity Pedagogy
Covi, Giovanna; Anim-Addo, Joan; Borghi, Liana; Gomez Garcia, Luz; Goodman, Sara; Grenz, Sabine and Karavanta, Mina. 2006. ReSisters in Conversation: Representation Responsibility Complexity Pedagogy. York: Raw Nerve Press. ISBN 978-0955358609

Haunted by History: Poetry
Anim-Addo, Joan. 1998. Haunted by History: Poetry. London: Mango Publishing. ISBN 978-1902294032

Sugar, Spices and Human Cargo: An Early Black History of Greenwich
Anim-Addo, Joan. 1996. Sugar, Spices and Human Cargo: An Early Black History of Greenwich. Greenwich Leisure Services. ISBN 978-0904399219

Longest Journey: A History of Black Lewisham
Anim-Addo, Joan. 1995. Longest Journey: A History of Black Lewisham. London: Deptford Forum Publishing. ISBN 9781898536215

Edited Book

Interculturality and Gender
Anim-Addo, Joan; Covi, Giovanna and Karavanta, Mina, eds. 2009. Interculturality and Gender. London: Mango Publishing. ISBN 978 1 902294 40 7

I am Black, White, Yellow: An Introduction to the Black Body in Europe
Anim-Addo, Joan and Scafe, Suzanne, eds. 2007. I am Black, White, Yellow: An Introduction to the Black Body in Europe. London: Mango Publishing. ISBN 978-1902294315

Centre of Remembrance: Memory and Caribbean Women’s Literature
Anim-Addo, Joan, ed. 2002. Centre of Remembrance: Memory and Caribbean Women’s Literature. London: Mango Publishing. ISBN 978-1902294025

Voice Memory Ashes: Lest We Forget
Anim-Addo, Joan and Ross, Jacob, eds. 1999. Voice Memory Ashes: Lest We Forget. London: Mango Publishing. ISBN 978-1902294049

Another Doorway: Visible Inside the Museum
Anim-Addo, Joan, ed. 1999. Another Doorway: Visible Inside the Museum. London: Mango Publishing. ISBN 978-1902294018

Framing The Word: Gender & Genre in Caribbean Women’s Writing
Anim-Addo, Joan, ed. 1996. Framing The Word: Gender & Genre in Caribbean Women’s Writing. London: Whiting & Birch. ISBN 978-1871177916

Book Section

Writing and Resistance: Tracing Grenada’s Written Literary Tradition
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2013. Writing and Resistance: Tracing Grenada’s Written Literary Tradition. In: N. Faraclas; R. Severing; C. Weijer; E. Echteld and M. Hinds-Layne, eds. Transcultural Roots Uprising: The Rhizomatic Languages, Literatures and Cultures of the Caribbean. Willemstad: University of Curaçao and Fundashon pa Planifikashon di Idioma, pp. 17-32. ISBN 9789990423174

I, Daughter”: Auto/Biography, Fractured Histories, and Familial Quest for “Scotch Blood” in Grenada and the Grenadines
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2013. I, Daughter”: Auto/Biography, Fractured Histories, and Familial Quest for “Scotch Blood” in Grenada and the Grenadines. In: Carla Sassi and Theo van Heijnsbergen, eds. Within and Without Empire: Scotland Across the (Post)colonial Borderline. New Castle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 168-194. ISBN 9781443855679

Tracing Knowledge, Culture and Power: Towards an Intercultural approach to Literary Studies
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2009. Tracing Knowledge, Culture and Power: Towards an Intercultural approach to Literary Studies. In: Joan Anim-Addo; Giovanna Covi and Mina Karavanta, eds. Interculturality and Gender. London: Mango Publishing. ISBN 9781902294407

Autobiograpical Negotiation in Selected Novels by Beryl Gilroy and Joan Riley: Black Women Narrating the Post-Windrush Self
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2008. Autobiograpical Negotiation in Selected Novels by Beryl Gilroy and Joan Riley: Black Women Narrating the Post-Windrush Self. In: Marta Sofia Lopez, ed. Afroeurope@ns, Cultures and Identities. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 156-166. ISBN 978-1847185020

“We Sleeping Volcanoes; We Women”: Writing Self, Memory and Diaspora in Imoinda or She Who Will Lose Her Name
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2008. “We Sleeping Volcanoes; We Women”: Writing Self, Memory and Diaspora in Imoinda or She Who Will Lose Her Name. In: Wolfgang Zach and Michael Kenneally, eds. Literatures in English : Prioritie s of Research. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, pp. 253-260. ISBN 978-3-86057-321-1

Towards a Post-Western Humanism Made to the Measure of Those Recently Recognized as Human
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2008. Towards a Post-Western Humanism Made to the Measure of Those Recently Recognized as Human. In: Mina Karavanta and Nina Morgan, eds. Edward Said and Jacques Derrida: Reconstellating Humanism and the Global Hybrid. New Castle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 250-273. ISBN 9781847186164

Women Activists against Enslavement
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2008. Women Activists against Enslavement. In: Arthur Torrington; Rita McLean; Victoria Osborne and Ian Grosvenor, eds. Equiano: Enslavement, Resistance & Abolition. London: Equiano Society and Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery, pp. 70-77. ISBN 9780709302575

“We Sleeping Volcanoes; We Women”: Writing Self, Memory and Diaspora
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2008. “We Sleeping Volcanoes; We Women”: Writing Self, Memory and Diaspora. In: Wolfgang Zach and Michael Kenneally, eds. Imoinda or She Who Will Lose Her Name. Stauffenburg Verlag Brigitte, pp. 253-260.

Inventing the Self: An introduction to the Black Woman Subject/Object in Britain from 1507
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2007. Inventing the Self: An introduction to the Black Woman Subject/Object in Britain from 1507. In: Joan Anim-Addo and Suzanne Scafe, eds. I am Black, White, Yellow: An Introduction to the Black Body in Europe. London: Mango Publishing, pp. 17-36. ISBN 978-1902294315

The Black Woman as Subject and Object in Britain from 1507
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2007. The Black Woman as Subject and Object in Britain from 1507. In: Joan Anim-Addo and Suzanne Scafe, eds. I AM BLACK/ WHITE/ YELLOW: An Introduction to the Black Body in Europe. London: Mango Publishing, pp. 17-36. ISBN 978902294186

Pan-Africanist Women, Modernity, Silence: Amy Ashwood Garvey, and Other Invisible Activists
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2005. Pan-Africanist Women, Modernity, Silence: Amy Ashwood Garvey, and Other Invisible Activists. In: Giovanna Covi, ed. Modernist Women Race Nation: Networking Women 1890-1950, Circum-Atlantic Connections. Mango, pp. 96-117. ISBN 1902294297

Caribbean Women’s History
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2005. Caribbean Women’s History. In: Prem Poddar and David Johnson, eds. An Historical Companion to Postcolonial Literatures in English. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 496-502. ISBN 9780748618552

Pan-Africanist Women, Modernity, Silence: Amy Ashwood Garvey and other Invisible Activists
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2005. Pan-Africanist Women, Modernity, Silence: Amy Ashwood Garvey and other Invisible Activists. In: Giovanna Covi, ed. MODERNIST WOMEN RACE NATION: NETWORKING WOMEN 1890-1950: CIRCUM-ATLANTIC CONNECTIONS. London: Mango Publishing, pp. 96-117. ISBN 1902294297

Imoinda: or She Who Will Lose Her Name: A play for twelve voices in three acts/ Imoinda, colei che perderà il nome: Opera per dodici voci in tre atti
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2003. Imoinda: or She Who Will Lose Her Name: A play for twelve voices in three acts/ Imoinda, colei che perder√† il nome: Opera per dodici voci in tre atti. In: Giovanna Covi, ed. Voci femminili caraibiche e interculturalità. Universita degli Studi di Trento, p. 162. ISBN 8888430429

Queen Victoria’s Black Daughter
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2003. Queen Victoria’s Black Daughter. In: Gretchen Gerzina, ed. Black Victorians/Black Victoriana. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press. ISBN 978-0813532158

Imoinda Birthing the Creole Nation: Rewriting Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2003. Imoinda Birthing the Creole Nation: Rewriting Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko. In: Margarete Rubik; Jorge Figueroa-Dorrego and Bernard Dhuicq, eds. Revisiting and reinterpreting Aphra Behn : proceedings of the Aphra Behn Europe Seminar, ESSE Conference, Strasbourg, 2002. Entrevaux: Bilingua GA, pp. 75-82. ISBN 9782846560047

"To Begin Our Knowing": The Claiming of Authority and the Writing of "Imoinda"
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2003. "To Begin Our Knowing": The Claiming of Authority and the Writing of "Imoinda". In: Giovanna Covi, ed. Voci feminili caraibiche e interculturalità. (68) Trento: Università degli Studi di Trento, Dipartimento di Scienze Filologiche e Storiche. ISBN 9788884430427

The Colour of Silence
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2000. The Colour of Silence. In: Courttia Newland and Kadija Sesay, eds. IC3: The Penguin Book of New Black Writing in Britain. Penguin Books. ISBN 978-0140287332

The African-Caribbean Woman Writer’s Project: Merle Collins and Alecia McKenzie
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2000. The African-Caribbean Woman Writer’s Project: Merle Collins and Alecia McKenzie. In: Carla Locatelli, ed. Co(n)texts: implicazioni testuali. (47) Trento: Dipartimento di scienze filologiche e storiche, pp. 131-150.

Anguish and The Absurd: "Key Moments," Recreated Lives and the Emergence of New Figures of Black Womanhood in the Narrative Works of Beryl Gilroy
Anim-Addo, Joan. 1998. Anguish and The Absurd: "Key Moments," Recreated Lives and the Emergence of New Figures of Black Womanhood in the Narrative Works of Beryl Gilroy. In: Adele S. Newson and Linda Strong-Leek, eds. Winds of Change : The Transforming Voices of Caribbean Women Writers and Scholars. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 131-144. ISBN 9780820437156

Article

Gendering Creolisation: creolising affect
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2013. Gendering Creolisation: creolising affect. Feminist Review, 104(1), pp. 5-23. ISSN 0141-7789

Secrets and lies: Narrative methods at the limits of research
Anim-Addo, Joan and Gunaratnam, Yasmin. 2013. Secrets and lies: Narrative methods at the limits of research. Journal of Writing in Creative Practice, 5(3), pp. 383-396.

Affect and Gendered Creolisation
Anim-Addo, Joan and Scafe, Suzanne. 2013. Affect and Gendered Creolisation. Feminist Review, 104(1), pp. 1-4. ISSN 0141-7789

Translational Space and Creolising Aesthetics in Three Women’s Novels: the Diasporic (Re)turn
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2013. Translational Space and Creolising Aesthetics in Three Women’s Novels: the Diasporic (Re)turn. Synthesis, 5, ISSN 1791-5155

Hija y su ama de llaves
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2012. Hija y su ama de llaves. Revolución y Cultura, pp. 55-58.

British Literature in British Universities – A Twenty-first Century Reality?
Anim-Addo, Joan and Back, Les. 2008. British Literature in British Universities – A Twenty-first Century Reality? English Subject Centre Newsletter(15), pp. 10-14.

Her Own Woman – Opal Palmer Adisa, Daughter and his Housekeeper
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2008. Her Own Woman – Opal Palmer Adisa, Daughter and his Housekeeper. Edinburgh Review(128), pp. 65-71. ISSN 0267-6672

Daughter and his housekeeper
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2008. Daughter and his housekeeper. Edinburgh Review, 123, pp. 65-71.

Sister Goose's sisters: African-Caribbean women's nineteenth-century testimony
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2004. Sister Goose's sisters: African-Caribbean women's nineteenth-century testimony. Women a Cultural Review, 15(1), pp. 35-56. ISSN 09574042

May a Partially-sighted Black Woman?
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2003. May a Partially-sighted Black Woman? AGENDA Special Issue on Derek Walcott, 39(1,2,3), pp. 81-82. ISSN 0002-0796

Small ironies: Jamaica Kincaid's Small Place as travel writing
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2003. Small ironies: Jamaica Kincaid's Small Place as travel writing. Black Travel Writing, 9(1), pp. 191-204. ISSN 1078-0955

Small Ironies: Jamaica Kincaid’s A Small Place as Travel Writing
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2003. Small Ironies: Jamaica Kincaid’s A Small Place as Travel Writing. BMa: The Sonia Sanchez Literary Review, 9(1), pp. 199-203.

Windrush Children and Broken Attachments
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2000. Windrush Children and Broken Attachments. Race and Cultural Education in Counselling (RACE)(23), pp. 11-17.

“Another Doorway? Black Women Writing The Museum Experience”
Anim-Addo, Joan. 1998. “Another Doorway? Black Women Writing The Museum Experience”. Journal of Museum Ethnography(10), pp. 93-104. ISSN 0954–7169

Woman-Centred Narratives at the Intersections of the oral and literary traditions in the short stories of Merle Collins
Anim-Addo, Joan. 1996. Woman-Centred Narratives at the Intersections of the oral and literary traditions in the short stories of Merle Collins. Journal of the Short Story in English(26),

Conference or Workshop Item

Screening and Panel Discussion on the work of Angela Davis, Free Angela and Other Political Prisoners
Ahmed, Sara; Anim-Addo, Joan; Bernard, Claudia A.; Mirza, Heidi; Puwar, Nirmal and Thobani, Sunera. 2013. 'Screening and Panel Discussion on the work of Angela Davis, Free Angela and Other Political Prisoners'. In: Centre for Feminist Research Screening and Panel Discussion. Goldsmiths, Universirty of London, United Kingdom.

Feminism@ Goldsmiths
Fenton, Natalie; Ahmed, Sara; Anim-Addo, Joan; Blackman, Lisa; Jefferies, Janis K.; Puwar, Nirmal and Reckitt, Helena. 2013. 'Feminism@ Goldsmiths'. In: Feminism@ Goldsmiths. Goldsmiths, Universirty of London, United Kingdom.

Translational Space and Creolising Aesthetics in Three Women’s Novels: the Diasporic Turn
Anim-Addo, Joan. 2013. 'Translational Space and Creolising Aesthetics in Three Women’s Novels: the Diasporic Turn'. In: Perspectives from 'Other' Cultures Translating Cultures. Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom 20-22 September.

Printed Ephemera

ReSisters in Conversation: Representation Responsibility Complexity Pedagogy
Covi, Giovanna; Anim-Addo, Joan; Borghi, Liana; Garcia Gomez, Luz; Goodman, Sara; Grenz, Sabine and Karavanta, Mina. 2006. ReSisters in Conversation: Representation Responsibility Complexity Pedagogy.

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