Current Issue

Representing Women and Transnationalism in Francophone West Africa
Guest Editor: Christian Ahihou, Brigham Young University


Articles

Introduction
Christian Ahihou, Brigham Young University

Mariama Bâ et Ken Bugul: De l’émergence à la radicalisation de l’écriture féminine en Afrique francophone subsaharienne
Christian Ahihou, Brigham Young University

Writing to Heal: Therapeutic Writing in Ken Bugul’s Le Baobab fou
Fatima Seck, George Mason University

Beggars but not Women: False Premises and Strategies of Resistance in Aminata Sow Fall’s The Beggars’ Strike
Yohann C. Ripert, Stetson University


Outreach/Public Humanities

Ken Bugul: Migration, Politics, Women’s Writing and the Condition of Women in Francophone West Africa
Guest Editor: Christian Ahihou
Student Guest Editor: Alisa Buchanan

Migration and Politics in Africa [version françaisevideo]
Ken Bugul

The Condition of Women in Africa [version française – video]
Ken Bugul

“Ken Bugul on the Condition of Senegalese Women”
Shannon Waddell Laparra, BYU News Media (’19)

Ken Bugul Interview, Top of Mind [audio]
Julie Rose, BYU Radio

Ken Bugul Interview with BYU Students [English translationvidéo (fr)video (en)]
Christian Ahihou, et al., Brigham Young University

Photo Album: Ken Bugul at Brigham Young University and Temple Square, SLC