African-Caribbean Women in Post-diaspora Contexts
The African-Caribbean Women’s Mobility and Self-fashioning in Post-diaspora Contexts Network (Post-diaspora Network) consists of twelve scholars from the UK, North America and the Caribbean, who are investigating how globalisation might work for African-Caribbean women migrants.
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8 February 2019Beyond the Console: Gender and Narrative Games - Day One
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