My first book includes discussiohardwick-childhood-caribbean161x240n of Zobel, particularly La Rue Cases-Nègres and La Fête à Paris (later republished as Quand la neige aura fondu):

Louise Hardwick, Childhood, Autobiography and the Francophone Caribbean (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2013)

The book  draws attention to a neglected body of récits d’enfance by contemporary bestselling, prize-winning Francophone Caribbean authors Patrick Chamoiseau, Maryse Condé, Gisèle Pineau, Daniel Maximin, Raphaël Confiant and Dany Laferrière, while also offering new readings of texts by Aimé Césaire, Frantz Fanon, Edouard Glissant, Joseph Zobel, Françoise Ega, Michèle Lacrosil, Maurice Virassamy and Mayotte Capécia.


Latest Publications

2016 L. Hardwick, ‘Towards Biopolitical Ecocriticism: the Example of the Manifeste pour les ‘produits’ de haute nécessitéFrench Studies, Vol. LXX, No. 3, 362–382, doi:10.1093/fs/knw127 [You can read this article for free online thanks to “gold-level” open access]

2014  L. Hardwick, ‘Creolizing the Caribbean ‘Coolie’: A Biopolitical Reading of Indian Indentured Labourers and the Ethnoclass Hierarchy’ in International Journal of Francophone Studies (2014), 17.3/4, special issue ‘Race, Violence and Biopolitics’ guest edited by Louise Hardwick and Alessandro Corio, 397-420.

2014  L. Hardwick and A. Corio, Guest Editorial: ‘Introduction: Race, Violence and Biopolitics in Francophone Postcolonial Contexts’ in International Journal of Francophone Studies (2014), 17.3/4  special issue ‘Race, Violence and Biopolitics’, 285-304.

2014  Louise Hardwick, ‘Lire et enseigner le Cahier d’un retour au pays natal en Grande-Bretagne: un outil d’apprentissage en ligne’, Présence Africaine: revue culturelle du monde noir (2014), 189, 243-254.

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