Monday, April 19, 2021 at 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Brent Hayes Edwards will discuss his work on a bilingual edition (forthcoming in 2022 from Nouvelles Éditions Place) of the collected interwar articles and essays of Paulette Nardal, the pioneering Martinican journalist, editor, and translator who co-founded the journal La Revue du Monde Noir (1931-32), one of the periodicals often credited with creating space for the emergence of the Négritude movement.
This event is possible thanks to generous funding from the Departments of French and Italian,Comparative Literature, and American Studies and Ethnicity, as well as ASE’s Africana Research Cluster
Monday, April 19, 4-6pm Pacific Daylight Time (PDT).
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