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Joan Anim-Addo

Bibliography

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

 —.  “Imoinda Birthing the Creole Nation: Rewriting Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko.” Revisiting and Reinterpreting Aphra Behn: Proceedings of the Aphra Behn Europe Seminar ESSE Conference (Strasbourg 2002), edited by Margarete Rubik, J. Figueroa-Dorrego and B. Dhuciq, Entrevaux, Bilingua GA Editions, 2003, pp. 75-82.

—. Imoinda: or She Who Will Lose Her Name: A Play for Twelve Voice in Three Acts. Mango Publishing, 2008.

 —. “‘To Begin Our Knowing’: The Claiming of Authority and the Writing of Imoinda.” Voci femminili caraibiche e interculturalita, edited by Giovanni Covi, Università degli Studi di Trento, Dipartimento di Scienze Filogiche e Storiche, 2003, Labirinti 68, pp. 81-87.

 —. “Travelling with Imoinda: Art, Authorship, and Critique.” Callaloo: A Journal of African Diaspora Arts and Letters, vol. 38, no. 3, 2015, pp. 571-580.

 Batista Dos Santos, Fábio. “Joan Anim-Addo’s libretto Imoinda: Revisiting a Colonial Critique and Considering Media.” Imoinda: Criticism & Response, special issue of New Mango Season, vol. 3, no. 3, 2010, pp. 208-214.

Bacon, S. “To Keep or not to Keep? Autonomy, Abjection and Motherhood in Joan Anim-Addo’s Imoinda and Jean Pierre Jeunet’s Alien Resurrection.”  Imoinda: Criticism & Response, special issue of New Mango Season, vol. 3, no. 3, 2010, pp. 215-224.

Bonnelame, Natasha. “What does America mean to us? What do we mean to it? Locating the Other America in Joan Anim-Addo’s Imoinda or She Who Will Lose Her Name.” Democracy and Difference: The US in Multidisciplinary and Comparative, edited by Giovanna Covi and Lisa Marchi, Università degli Studi di Trento, 2012, Labirinti 145, pp. 55-60.

—. “From Restoration to Creolisation: Joan Anim-Addo’s Imoinda as 21st century Afromodernist Woman.”  Imoinda: Criticism & Response, special issue of New Mango Season, vol. 3, no. 3, 2010, pp. 225-235.

Brancato, Sabrina. “Transcultural Perspectives in Caribbean Poetry.” Transcultural English Studies: Theories, Fictions, Realities, edited by Frank Schulz-Engler and Sissy Helff, Rodopi, 2009, pp. 233-247.

Bruno, S. “Sleeping Volcanoes: The Production (and Productivity) of Violence in Joan Anim-Addo's Imoinda, Or She Who Will Lose Her Name. MA Thesis, Lehigh University, April 2013.

Covi, Giovanni. “Da Aphra Behn a Joan Anim-Addo: Quando Gender e Creolité Scrivono La Storia Della Schiavitú.” Voci femminili caraibiche e interculturalita, edited by Giovanni Covi, Universita degli Studi di Trento, 2003, Labirinti 68, pp. 97-109.

—. “Oroonoko’s Genderization and Creolization: Joan Anim-Addo’s Imoinda." Revisiting and Reinterpreting Aphra BehnProceedings of the Aphra Behn Europe Seminar ESSE Conference (Strasbourg 2002), edited by Margarete Rubik, J. Figueroa-Dorrego and B. Dhuciq, Entrevaux, Bilingua GA Editions, 2003, pp. 83-92.

Dini Ciacci, M. "Opinioni Di Un Musicista Sull’Opera Imoinda: Intervista Condotta Da Chiara Pedrotti." Voci femminili caraibiche e interculturalita, edited by Giovanni Covi, Universita degli Studi di Trento, 2003, Labirinti 68, pp. 89-96.

Dominique, Lyndon  J. Imoinda's Shade: Marriage amd the African Woman in Eighteenth-Century British Literature, 1759-1808, Ohio State University Press, 2012.

Edwin, Marl'ene. “Living the Archive: Joan Anim-Addo and the Case of Imoinda.” Transcultural Roots Uprising: The Rhizomatic Languages, Literatures and Cultures of the Caribbean, edited by N. Faraclas, R. Severing, C. Weijer, E. Echteld and M. Hinds-Layne, Willemstad, University of Curacao and Fundashon pa Planifikashon di Idioma. 2013.

—. “‘What we Remember the Whip Can’t Undo’: Memory and H(er)story in Joan Anim-Addo’s Imoinda.” Imoinda: Criticism & Response, special issue of New Mango Season, vol. 3, no. 3, 2010, pp. 236-247.

Golding Viv. “Space: The Museum and the New Spatial Politics of the Frontiers.”  Learning at the Museum Frontiers: Identity, Race and Power, Farnham, Ashgate, 2009, pp. 41-67.

Guarracino, Serena. “Imoinda’s Performing Bodies: An Interview with Joan Anim-Addo.” I Am Black/White/Yellow: An Introduction to the Black Body in Europe, edited by Joan Anim-Addo and Susan Scafe, London, Mango Publishing, 2007, pp. 212-23.

Karavanta, Mina. “The Injunctions of the Spectre of Slavery: Affective Memory and the Counterwriting of Community.” Affect and Creolisation, special issue of Feminist Review, vol. 104, 2013, pp. 42-60.

Lima, Maria Helena. “A Written Song: Andrea Levy’s Neo-Slave Narrative.” Andrea Levy, special issue of Entertext, vol. 9, 2012, pp. 135-153.

Marima, Tendai. "Talking through the ‘door of no return’: Ama Ata Aidoo’s Anowa and Joan Anim-Addo’s Imoinda." Imoinda: Criticism & Response, special issue of New Mango Season, vol. 3, no.3, 2010, pp. 248-261.

Morris, Michael. Atlantic Archipelagos: A Cultural History of Scotland, the Caribbean and the Atlantic World, c.1740-1833. 2013. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.

Nussbaum, Felicity. “Black Women: Why Imoinda turns White.” The Limits of the Human: Fictions of Anomaly, Race and Gender in the Long Eighteenth Century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.

Pérez-Fernández, Irene. "Breaking Historical Silence: Emotional Wealth in Joan Anim-Addo's 'Daughter and His Housekeeper'" and Andrea Levy's The Long Song." Callaloo, vol. 40, no. 4, 2017, pp. 113-126.

—. "Joan Anim-Addo: Hija y Su ama de Llaves." ​Revolución y Cultura 3, 2012, pp. 54-58.

Rubik, Margarete. Aphra Behn and her Female Successors. Münster, Lit Verlag, 2011.

Smith, Karina. “‘These Things Not Marked on Paper’: Creolisation, Affect and Tomboyism in Joan Anim-Addo's Janie, Cricketing Lady and Margaret Cezair-Thompson's The Pirate's Daughter.Affect and Creolisation, special issue of Feminist Review, vol. 104, 2013, pp. 119-137.

Velissariou, Aspasia. “Vocality, Subjectivity and Power in Oroonoko and Joan Anim-Addo's Imoinda.” Aphra Behn and her Female Successors, edited by Margarete Rubik, Münster, Lit Verlag, 2011, pp. 167-186.

Westall. Claire.”'The Her-Story of Caribbean Cricket Poetry.” Sport in History, ​vol. 29, no. 2, 2009, pp. 132-149.