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Representations of Internarrative Identity

  • Editors
  • Lori Way
Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Internarrative Identity as Redefining Self

  3. Internarrative Identity and Slave Narrative

  4. Internarrative Identity and Black Caribbean Diaspora

  5. Internarrative Identity in Cyberspace

  6. Back Matter
    Pages 188-198

About this book

Introduction

Based upon Ajit Maan's groundbreaking theory of Internarrative Identity, this collection focuses upon redefining self, slave narrative, the black Caribbean diaspora, and cyberspace to explore the interconnection between identity and life experience as expressed through personal narrative.

Keywords

Ajit Maan black Caribbean blogging Caribbean Civil War computer games Creole diaspora Kreyol Internarrative Identity Haiti Narrative Identity New Orleans Paul Ricoeur profeminism slave narrative Sikh video games veterinary medicine volunteerism Computer feminism Generation identity Institution Presse

About the authors

Sherri Mignon Arnold, Morgan State University, USA Paula Ashe, Ivy Tech Community College in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA Susan D'Aloia, Broward College, Vietnam Jos de Mul, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands Paige M. Hermansen, University of Arkansas, USA Heli Irmeli Koskinen, University of Helsinki, Finland Priya Kumar, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, UK Yndia S. Lorick-Wilmot, Northeastern University, USA Gariot Pierre Louima, the Union Institute and University, USA Leah Strobel, University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan, USA

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