Conflict Bodies: The Politics of Rape Representation in the Francophone Imaginary
Creators:Jean-Charles, Régine Michelle
Subjects (LCSH):French literature -- Foreign countries -- History and criticism
Rape in literature
Violence in literature
Politics and literature
Haitian literature -- History and criticism
Guadeloupe literature (French) -- History and criticism
Rwandan literature (French) -- History and criticism
Congolese (Democratic Republic) literature (French) -- History and criticism
MetadataShow full item record
Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Series/Report no.:Transoceanic Studies
Introduction: Can the subaltern survivor speak? The global politics of rape discourses -- Bound to violence? A history of the rape trope in francophone studies -- Rethinking political rape : genealogies of sexual violence in Haiti -- Undoing island rape analogies : beyond the rape of the land -- Beneath layers of violence : images of rape and the Rwandan genocide -- Regarding the pain of Congolese women : narrative closure, audience affect, and rape as a tool of war -- Epilogue. Not just (any) body can be a global citizen : rape and human rights advocacy in the twenty-first century.
Item embargoed for five years
Items in Knowledge Bank are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.