I am an Assistant Professor of French at North Carolina State University. My primary area of research is women of color’s narratives of identity in France and in the Francophone world. My dissertation focuses on novels by Maryse Condé, Assia Djebar, Léonora Miano and Marie NDiaye. I also focus on the visual representations of women of color’s bodies in the French space through plays, documentaries and film.
I was born and raised in France, my parents are from Martinique, and I’ve been splitting my time between the USA and France since 2011. I am proud to share all of these cultures that are part of me in and out of the classroom!