African diasporic women's narratives : politics of resistance, survival, and citizenship /
Using feminist and womanist theory, Alexander takes as her main point of analysis works that focus on the black female body as the physical and metaphorical site of migration, in the process successfully demonstrating that diaspora has a different meaning for women than men.
University Press of Florida,
Evans: Library Stacks
PS153.N5 A3986 2014
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