Kaiama L. Glover, selected bibliography

"Disorderly Women: On Caribbean Community and the Ethics of Self-Regard.” (forthcoming with Duke University Press).

Haiti Unbound: A Spiralist Challenge to the Postcolonial Canon. Liverpool University Press, 2010.

“Translating Hispaniola to the Digital Realm: On Teaching Alternative Histories of the Americas,” with Maja Horn, in Kiran Jayaram and April Mayes, eds., Transnational Hispaniola: Dialogues in History, Political Economy, and Culture. NY: Palgrave MacMillan, 2018.

“Beyond the Post/Colonial Canon: A Pedagogical Approach to Jamaica Kincaid’s The Autobiography of My Mother,” a/b: Auto/biography Studies 33.2 (2018): 465-71.

“Flesh Like One’s Own: Benign Denials of Legitimate Complaint,” Public Culture 29.2 (May 2017): 235-60.

“Marie Chauvet: théoricienne sociale,” Legs et Littérature: Revue de littérature contemporaine 8 (juillet 2016): 19-30.

 “‘Written with Love’: Intimacy and Relation in Katherine Dunham’s Island Possessed,” in The Haiti Exception: Anthropology and the Predicaments of Narrative, co-eds. Alessandra Benedicty, Kaiama L. Glover, Jhon Picard Byron, and Mark Schuller (Liverpool, UK: Liverpool University Press, 2016): 93-109.

“A Woman’s Place is in…the Unhomely as Social Critique in Marie Vieux Chauvet’s Fille d’Haïti,” in Revisiting Marie Vieux Chauvet: Paradoxes of the Postcolonial Feminine, co-ed. Alessandra Benedicty for Yale French Studies 128 (March 2016): 115-30.

The Haiti Exception: Anthropology and the Predicaments of Narrative, co-ed. Alessandra Benedicty-Kokken, Jhon Picard Byron, and Mark Schuller, Liverpool University Press, 2016.

Revisiting Marie Vieux Chauvet: Paradoxes of the Postcolonial Feminine, co-ed. Alessandra Benedicty-Kokken, Yale French Studies 128 (April 2016).

“Haitian Literature and the Insult of Dust: Translating Frankétienne,” sx salon (December 2016): http://smallaxe.net/sxsalon/discussions/haitian-literature-and-insult-dust.

“‘You Have Said Things You Should Not Have Said:’ Trauma, Healing, and Treacherous Self-Telling in Stories of Haitian Women,” Francosphères 4.1 (summer 2015): 71-83.

 “Daughter of Haiti: Marie Vieux Chauvet,” in Mia Bay, Farah Griffin, Martha Jones, and Barbara Savage eds., Toward an Intellectual History of Black Women (Charlotte, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2015): 145-59.

Translating the Caribbean. co-ed., Martin Munro, special sections of Small Axe 39 (November 2013, November 2014).

New Narratives of Haiti. co-ed. Laurent Dubois for Transition Magazine No. 111 (May 2013).

“‘Black’ Radicalism in Haiti and the Disorderly Feminine: The Case of Marie Vieux Chauvet,” Small Axe 17.1 40 (March 2013): 7-21.

Josephine Baker: a Century in the Spotlight, for The Scholar and the Feminist Online 6.1-6.2, fall 2007-spring 2008.

Françoise Vergès, “The Body of Women: Capitalism, Racialization, Feminism” (Le ventre des femmes: capitalisme, racialisation, féminisme). Durham, NC: Duke University Press (forthcoming fall 2018).

René Depestre, Hadriana in All My Dreams (Hadriana dans tous mes rêves). New York: Akashic Books, 2017.

Marie Vieux-Chauvet, Dance on the Volcano (La Danse sur le volcan). New York: Archipelago Books, 2016.
 
Frankétienne. Ready to Burst (Mûr à crever). New York: Archipelago Books, 2014.

“Flesh Like One’s Own: Benign Denials of Legitimate Complaint,” Public Culture (May 2017).

 “‘You Have Said Things You Should Not Have Said:’ Trauma, Healing, and Treacherous Self-Telling in Stories of Haitian Women,” Francosphères 4.1 (summer 2015) 71-83.

“Confronting the Communal: Maryse Conde’s Challenge to New World Orders in Moi, Tituba,” French Forum 37.3 (May 2013): 181-99.

 “‘Black’ Radicalism in Haiti and the Disorderly Feminine: The Case of Marie Vieux Chauvet,” Small Axe 17.1 40 (May 2013): 7-21.