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Alix Pierre, Ph.D

Alix Pierre, Ph.D, teaches at Spelman College in the departments of African Diaspora and the World and World Languages and Literature. His research interest is in the artistic response of people of African descent to the state of diglossia in a (neo) colonial context. He is on the editorial board of Caribbean Vistas Journal: Critiques of Caribbean Arts and Cultures and Negritude: Journal of Afro Caribbean Studies. His publications have appeared in several journals and he is the author of L’image de la femme résistante chez quatre romancières noires : vision diasporique de la femme en résistance chez Maryse Condé, Simone Schwarz-Bart, Toni Morrison et Alice Walker (PAF : 2014).