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Madeline Bedecarre
Visiting lecturer, French & Francophone Studies, Bates College
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Madeline Bedecarre 10h
Replying to @maddiebed
+ it is a part-time adjunct position...
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Madeline Bedecarre 10h
I'm just going to leave this here...
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Madeline Bedecarre Jul 10
Replying to @MeghanKRoberts
Meghan.
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Madeline Bedecarre Jul 10
my institution trying to drop hints via email
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Madeline Bedecarre Jul 9
Wow. Loved this. Especially loved 's questions: "How do we introduce disorder into this prescribed /oppressive order?" "To whom do these technologies tether us"?
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Madeline Bedecarre Jul 8
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History Department Jul 6
Please share widely! Job search in African Diaspora History, Assistant Professor, tenure track,
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Madeline Bedecarre Jul 6
I think about this tweet v. often
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Madeline Bedecarre Jul 6
Une Blague? Eric Dupond-Moretti ministre de la Justice via
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Blaise Ndala Jun 30
Une critique particulièrement riche, dense et intelligente de notre collectif par
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Madeline Bedecarre Jul 3
Replying to @maddiebed
While it remains important to interrogate the NGOization of African literature, it is surely just as generative to think about how foreign governments (through cultural diplomacy efforts) are implicated in similar power dynamics.
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Madeline Bedecarre Jul 3
Replying to @maddiebed
some snippets:The encouragement of African literary production in the French language–specifically through amateur literary prizes and writing contests–has been a tool of French cultural diplomacy since before African independence movements to promote literacy through literature.
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Madeline Bedecarre Jul 3
Interested in debates on the NGOization of African literature? Check out my review of the book Au-dessous du volcan in Africa in Words
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Kaiama L Glover Jul 2
Join and Maboula Soumahoro for weekly 🔥conversations with me this whole month. we have thoughts. ""
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Neil Roberts Jul 1
*JOB SEARCH: the Department of Africana Studies at seeks to appoint a TT assistant professor who is a social scientist specializing in thought & African peoples and cultures of the . Please share widely!
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Madeline Bedecarre Jun 30
Replying to @V21collective
Full Surrogacy Now by Sophie Lewis
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Africa in Words Jun 30
Nous publions aujourd'hui notre premier post en 2 langues! Un compte-rendu de _Au-dessous du volcan_ de notre auteure invitée Madeline Bedecarré . Bonne lecture!
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Africa in Words Jun 30
Madeline Bedecarré reviews _Au-dessous du volcan_ today in our first dual-language post on the blog!
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Sarah Cooper Jun 29
trying to disagree in a class discussion via
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Madeline Bedecarre Jun 26
Replying to @tallsasian
This summer I've liked Mean by Myriam Gurba, The Dry Heart by Natalia Ginzburg, & Permission by Saskia Vogel
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