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Awa SarrAwa Sarr

Assistant Professor
603 McClung Tower

Phone: (865) 974-6995
E-Mail: asarr@utk.edu


Major Field

Francophone African Literature

Research Interests

Francophone Literature; Sociology of Francophone African Literature, Colonial and Postcolonial Theories and Movements, Women's writing

  • Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2010
  • Au-delà du miroir: Réalisme-utopie et problématique de l'immigration dans Douceurs du bercail d'Aminata Sow Fall." Nouvelles Etudes Francophones 28.1: (2014): 133-144.
  • "World-Identity in a Globalized World: What Role(s) for Francophone African Novelists?" Francophone Cultures and Geographies of Identity. A.Murdoch and Z.Fagyal (eds), Cambridge Scholars Press, (2013): 187-197.
  • "Plagiat, négriat littéraire et institution littéraire." Stealing the Fire : Adaptation, Appropriation, Plagiarism, Hoax in French and Francophone Literature and Film, James Day (ed.), French Literature Series 37 (2010): 17-25.
  • "La littérature-monde: un désir de nom." Littérature-monde en français: the literary politics of twenty-first-century France, Kamal Salhi (ed.), International Journal of Francophone Studies 12.2/3 (2009): 463-469.
  • "Mères exigeantes, filles rebelles: une lutte peut en cacher une autre." Tropos 34 (2008): 91-102.

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