Jennifer Jahn has a PhD in French literature from the University of Cambridge. Her thesis examines literary representations of sexist, racist and class elitist oppressions, resistance and liberation in Martinican women’s novels. She is co-editor with Charlotte Baker of Postcolonial Slavery: An Overview of Colonialism's Legacy and has published articles on works by Fabienne Kanor, Audrey Pulvar, Nicole Cage-Florentiny and Suzanne Dracius. Her interviews with Dracius and Cage-Florentiny have been published in the International Journal of Francophone Studies. She works as a freelance proofreader and editor.