Summary: I am Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in the School of Modern Languages & the Centre for World Literatures.
My main research interests are interdisciplinary, focusing on questions rather than any specific disciplinary field; however, most fall under the umbrella concept of theatricality. My current projects are: 1. A book entitled Dante's Postcolonial Lives: The Commedia in African and African Diaspora Writing. 2. A book entitled Dialectics of Performance: Aesthetics of the Spectral in Postcolonial Theatre (an expanded translation of my monograph published in French). 3. An investigation into the use of law and theatre together in addressing colonial traumas.
I have a number of published and forthcoming articles on Caribbean theatre and on Caribbean poetics in international peer-reviewed academic journals.
(2017) Théâtre dialectique postcolonial: Aimé Césaire et Derek Walcott. Paris: Classiques Garnier.
SELECTED PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES
(2017) Aimé Césaire and The Divine Comedy: Self-enlightenment and the dialectic of relation in And the Dogs Were Silent. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17449855.2017.1292182
(2017) Contraindre le chaos à devenir forme: le motif de la descente aux enfers dans Et les chiens se taisaient dAimé Césaire, https://doi.org/10.3828/AJFS.2017.14
(2014) Le corps créole, fonction de la Relation dans Drums and Colours de Derek Walcott. Études anglaises, 67.2
(2010) Daniel Boukman: un regard caribéen sur le théâtre. Nouvelles Études Francophones, 25.1
FORTHCOMING PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES
Misperformance: Ghostly matters in The Trial of Governor Eyre. Cultural Dynamics (forthcoming)
Theatricality in the work of Wilson Harris: A Deleuzian reading of Carnival. The Journal of Commonwealth Literature (forthcoming)
FORTHCOMING BOOK CHAPTERS
Postcolonial Dante. The Oxford Handbook to Dante. Oxford University Press (forthcoming)
Towards a National Theatre. Caribbean Literature in Transition Volume 2. Cambridge University Press (forthcoming)