Suzanne Scafe

Suzanne Scafe is a Visiting Professor of Caribbean and Postcolonial Literatures at Brighton Univeristy, UK. Her recent work includes essays on violence in the spatial imaginary of Kingston fictions (ZAA, 2016, and forthcoming, 2019), and several essays and book chapters on black British women’s autobiographical writing, black British fiction and drama, and Caribbean women’s writing. Her most recent publications include essays on Zadie Smith’s Swing Time (2016) for the Caribbean Review of Gender Studies (2019) and on Mojisola Adebayo for the Journal of Commonwealth Literature (2019).

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