Madeliene Dobie, selected bibliography

Trading Places. Colonization & Slavery in Eighteenth-Century French Culture (Cornell University Press, 2010)

Foreign Bodies. Gender, Language & Culture in French Orientalism (Stanford University Press, 2001. Paper, 2003)

Relire Mayotte Capécia : une femme des Antilles dans l’espace colonial français, 1916-1955. With Myriam Cottias (Paris: Armand Colin, 2012)
(Edition of two novels with 60 page historical and critical introduction and photodocumentary insert)

“Literature, Slavery and Colonization,” (Oxford University Press Online Bibliographies in Atlantic History. Spring 2015)
(50-page annotated critical bibliography)

Comparative Literary History of Slavery, Vol. 1: Slavery, Literature & the Emotions
(ICLA’s Comparative Histories of Literature in European Languages series, John Benjamins, 2019)

Smothered Words
(Northwestern University Press, 1998)
Translation, with preface & notes: Sarah Kofman, Paroles suffoquées (Galilée, 1987)

Remembering Assia Djebar cluster, Romanic Review 106.1-2
Spring 2017

Thinking the Postcolonial in French cluster, Romanic Review 104: 3-4,
Fall 2013. Co-editor with Emmanuelle Saada

Africans in France/France in Africa, special issue, Comparative Studies in South Asia, Africa & the Middle East 26:2, 2006. Co-editor with Rebecca Saunders

Contributor to “Race, Racism, and the Study of France and the Francophone World Today,” eds. Emily Marker and Christy Pichichero, H-France Salon 11:2, March 2019

“Indigeneity, Orality and World Literature from Montaigne to Lévi-Strauss,” forthcoming in The Wiley Blackwell Companion to World Literature

“Edward Said on The Battle of Algiers: the Maghreb, Palestine and Anticolonial Aesthetics,” boundary2, December 2018

“Locating Algerian Literature in World Literary Space,” Middle-Eastern Literatures, 20 (2017), 78-90

Introduction, “Remembering Assia Djebar,” Romanic Review 106.1-2, April 2017, 1-5

“The Battle of Algiers at 50: from 1960s Radicalism to the Halls of West Point,” L.A. Review of Books, September 26, 2016

“Our Camus Moment,” National Book Review, May 6, 2016

“Exemplary Victims and Opaque Agents: Remembering Algeria’s Black Decade, Discursive Framings of Human Rights: Negotiating Between Victimhood and Agency, Routledge (June 2016)

“Assia Djebar: Writing between Land and Language,” PMLA 131:1 (2016)

“A Thousand Retellings: Hanan Al-Shaykh’s One Thousand and One Nights, a Retelling,” Public Books, July 2014

“For and Against the Mediterranean: Francophone Perspectives,” Comparative Studies in South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 34:2, 2014

“Captifs, ôtages, corsaires et terroristes : le discours méditerranéen à travers les disciplines,” Rue Descartes, Revue du Collège international de sociologie, June 2013

“Joséphine Baker et Mayotte Capécia : race et genre dans deux biographies transcoloniales,” Le postcolonial comparé, eds. Émilenne Baneth-Nouilhetas & Claire Joubert (Paris: Presses universitaires de Vincennes, 2014). With Myriam Cottias

“Patrimoine mobilier : entre colonialisme et orientalisme,” Les patrimoines de la traite négrière, In Situ, Revue des patrimoines 20, 2013

“Andrew Curran’s The Anatomy of Blackness,” H-FRANCE Forum 7:4:3, fall 2012, 8-43

“Postcolonialism,” Romanic Review 100th anniversary issue, 101: 3, fall 2011

“The Enlightenment at War,” PMLA 124: 5, 1851-54, October 2009

“Going Global: Diderot, 1770-1784,” Diderot Studies 31, 2009, 7-23