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El Hadji Malick Ndiaye

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Contemporary France, Francophone studies (Quebec, France, Africa), authorship, critical theory and cinema

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El Hadji Malick Ndiaye received his Ph.D. in French Literature from Université Européenne de Bretagne in 2008. He also holds Masters Degrees in Modern French literature, Francophone studies, and Media and Communication science. His dissertation on Pierre Jakez Helias (France), Felix Leclerc (Quebec) and Cheikh Hamidou Kane (Senegal) is a comparative analysis of the negotiation between cultural or ethnic minorities and universalism through the figure of the author. His research focuses on French Regionalism from La Belle Epoque to present days, French speaking Canada and Fulani transnationalism in Africa. He is currently working on a book on the notion of “francophone author” through various identical and theoretical perspectives. Malick Ndiaye is also a novelist and a poet; he recently published Altercultures a book exploring a possible transformation of collective belongings by alternative singularities.

Publications

“Abdoulaye Sadji, parrhêsia et subjectivation dans le discours intellectuel africain”, in Interculturel Francophonies, n° 15. Lecce : Ed. Andrea Cali, 2009 : pp. 137-160.

“J’écris donc j’existe. La représentation sociale de l’auteur modern”, Cahiers de la Revue d’Art et de Littérature, Musique, n° 32. Mazères : Le Chasseur  Abstrait, 2008 : 132-141.

“Le temps des Toubabs. Racisme et ethnocentrisme dans la réception des écrivains Blancs d’Afrique”, Cahiers de la Revue d’Art et de Littérature, Musique, Hors-Série n° 4. Mazères : Le Chasseur Abstrait, 2007: 178-186.

“La réception du cinéma sénégalais. Complément ou alternative à la Littérature?” in L’Afrique fait son cinéma. Regards et perspectives sur le cinéma africain francophone. Ed. Françoise Naudillon et al. Montréal : Mémoire d’encrier, 2006: 31-47.

“Terrorisme et littérature, la relation incestueuse: Des révolutionnaires russes à Andre Brink”, L’Ancrage, Review for The School of Arts and Sciences, Vol. 4. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, 2005: 33-63.

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