Dr Audrey Small
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I graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 1997 with an MA (Hons) in French Studies, after which I went to teach English in Dakar, Senegal. My time in West Africa sharpened my interest in all things extra-hexagonal, and I returned to Aberdeen to study for a PhD on the links between publishing and literary discourses of identity in francophone African literature. I taught at Aberdeen for four years before coming to Sheffield in 2002.
FRE101/102 French Studies: History and Political Institutions
FRE265 / FRE266 Littérature africaine et antillaise
FRE371 / FRE372 Literature and Politics of the 'Post(-)colonial'
Courses in preparation
Level 2 : African and Caribbean literature in French
Level 3 : Literature and Politics of the 'Post(-)colonial'
- Options co-ordinator
- Convenor for team-taught Level 2 core module FRE239/240 : Actualités Françaises
- Assistant Examinations Officer
My main areas of interest lie in the problematic nature of the 'post(-)colonial'; post(-)colonial discourses of identity; the politics and economics of publishing in former colonies; francophone African literature; and the literature surrounding the Rwandan genocide. I am founding member of the SOMLAL Postcolonial and Migration Studies research cluster.