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Curriculum Vitae
Martin Munro
March 25, 2014

General Information
University address: Modern Languages and Linguistics
College of Arts and Sciences
Diffenbaugh Building 0302
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1540

E-mail address: mmunro@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
1999 Ph.D., University of Aberdeen. Major: French.
1996 MA, University of Aberdeen. Major: French and English. First class honours.

Professional Experience
2008–present Professor, Modern Languages and Linguistics, Florida State University.
2012 Ada Belle Winthrop-King Eminent Scholar in French, French, Florida State University. Director of the Winthrop-King Institute for Contemporary French and Francophone Studies.
2008–2009 Associate Professor (OPS), Modern Languages and Linguistics, Florida State University.
2005–2008 Senior Lecturer, French, University of the West Indies.
2001–2005 Lecturer, French, Florida State University.
2000–2001 Temporary Lecturer, French, University College Cork.
1999–2000 Teaching Fellow, University of Aberdeen.

Language Proficiency
French - fluent in speaking, reading, and writing.

Spanish - intermediate in speaking, reading, and writing.



Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Arts and Humanities Program Enhancement Grant, FSU (2011). ($14,617).

FSU COFRS Summer Research Award, FSU COFRS (2010). ($14,000).

Conseil Régional de Coopération Culturelle, French Embassy (2007). ($3,000).

University of the West Indies Campus Research and Publication Award, UWI (2007). ($7,000).

University of the West Indies Campus Research and Publication Award, UWI (2007). ($9,500).

French Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago Travel Award, French Embassy of Trinidad and Tobag (2006). ($2,000).

Government of Trinidad and Tobago Research Development Fund, Government of Trinidad and Tobago (2006). ($5,000).

University of the West Indies Campus Research and Publication Award, UWI (2006). ($1,500).

French Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago award for scholarly cooperation with Université des Antilles-Guyane, French Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago (2005). ($4,000).

French Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago Special Award for Haiti 2004 conference, French Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago (2004). ($15,000).

French Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago Special Award for Haiti 2004 conference, French Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago Special Award (2003). ($7,000).

French Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago Travel Award, French Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago (2003). ($2,000).

University of the West Indies Campus Research and Publication Award, UWI (2003). ($3,500).

University of the West Indies Campus Research and Publication Award, UWI (2003). ($5,000).

University of the West Indies Campus Research and Publication Award, UWI (2002). ($1,000).

Two–year Government of Ireland Post–Doctoral Research Award, Government of Ireland (2001). ($75,000).

3–year Major Scottish Studentship for Ph. D in French, Scottish Higher Education Council (1996). ($25,000).

Lucy Scholarship to Cambridge University for Best Overall Student in English, University of Aberdeen (1996). ($15,000).

Seafield Medal for Best Student in English Literature, University of Aberdeen (1996). ($0).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
Haitian Studies Association

Modern Language Association

Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies

Society for French Studies



Teaching
Courses Taught
Francophone Caribbean (FRW4770)

Francophone Caribbean (FRW5775)

Haitian Migration to Brazil (FRE4905)

French Cinema (FRT3520)

Honors Thesis (FRE4935)

Directed Individual Study (FRE4905)

Directed Readings (FOW6907)

Francophone Caribbean/African Cultures (FRW4770)

Francophone Caribbean/African Cultures (FRW5775)

Directed Individual Study (FRW5906)

Special Topics (FRE4930)

Studies in French Language and Literature (FRE5900)

French Grammar and Composition II (FRE3421)

French cinema (FRT3520)

Internship in Applied Chinese (CHI4942)

French and Francophone Cultures (FRE5505)



Doctoral Committee Chair
Cope, R. S., graduate. (2013).

Liverpool, Shanti Lesley-Anne, doctoral candidate.

Messay, M., doctoral candidate.

Doctoral Committee Member
Kealhofer, L. A., graduate. (2011).

Doctoral Committee University Representative
Donahue, J. L., doctoral candidate.

Gigi, A., doctoral candidate.

Johnson, E. R., doctoral candidate.

Luke, T. L., doctoral candidate.

Phillips, L. N., doctoral candidate.

Master's Committee Chair
Mohammed, S., graduate. (2013).

Cope, R., student.

Messay, M., student.

Scott, L. R., student.



Research and Original Creative Work
Program of Research and/or Focus of Original Creative Work
Francophone Caribbean Studies; Haitian studies.

Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Munro, M. (in press). Can One Be a Poet in Cuba? René Depestre, Poetry, and the Revolution. America sin nombre, 15 pages.
Munro, M. (2013). "The Apocalyptic Creole, from Dessalines to the Chimères,". Diaspora: A Journal of International Affairs, 17.1, 105-120.
Munro, M. (2013). "Whose and Which Haiti? Western Intellectuals and the Aristide Question". Paragraph, 408-24.
Munro, M. (2013). Exile, Return, and Mourning in Cahier d'un retour au pays natal and L'Énigme du retour. Irish Journal of French Studies, 87-109.
Munro, M. (2013). Translating the Caribbean. Small Axe, 42, 85-88.
Munro, M. (2012). Etat présent: Post-earthquake Haitian Writing. Francophone Postcolonial Studies Bulletin, 25-32.
Munro, M. (2012). Living Nowhere, Writing Disaster: Corps mêlés. sx salon, -, -. Retrieved from http://smallaxe.net/wordpress3/discussions/2012/02/25/living-nowhere-writing-disaster
Munro, M. (2012). Noirisme and the Griots. Digital Library of the Caribbean, -, -.
Munro, M. (2011). Expanding the Caribbean. Othering America. Contemporary French and Francophone Studies, 1-6.
Munro, M. (2011). Slaves to the Rhythm: The Rhythmic Evolution of Plantation Societies. Contemporary French and Francophone Studies, 27-36.
Munro, M. (2011). Writing on the Threshold: Edwidge Danticat's Create Dangerously. sx salon, 7-12. Retrieved from http://smallaxe.net/wordpress3/discussions/2011/04/30/writing-on-the-threshold/
Munro, M. (2010). Haiti's Worldly Literature. Small Axe, 33, 69-77.
Munro, M. (2010). Rhythm and Blues: Music and Caribbean Subjectivity in Daniel Maximin's L'Isolé soleil. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 43-57.
Munro, M. (2010). Rhythm, History, and Memory in Édouard Glissant's Le Quatrième siècle. Romanic Review, 101.3, 409-24.
Munro, M. (2009). Listening to Aimé Césaire. Francophone Postcolonial Studies, 7.1, 44-60.
Munro, M. (2009). Recoiling Césaire. The Caribbean Writer, 10, 178-83.
Munro, M. (2009). The French Creoles of Trinidad and the Boundaries of Francophonie. French Studies, 60.1, 174-88.
Munro, M. (2008). Avenging History in the Former French Colonies. Transition: An International Review, 99, 18-40.
Munro, M. (2008). Interdependence and Intertextuality in Lyonel Trouillot's Bicentenaire. Small Axe, 27, 42-52.
Munro, M. (2008). Music, Rhythm, and Literature in Nineteenth–Century Haiti. Journal of Haitian Studies, 14.2, 52-71.
Munro, M. (2008). Reading Rhythm and Listening to Caribbean History in Fiction by Jacques Roumain and Joseph Zobel. Journal of Modern Literature, 31.4, 131-44.
Munro, M. (2008). Rhythm and Community in Haiti. Francophone Postcolonial Studies, 6.2, 53-72.
Munro, M. (2007). Haitian Novels and Novels of Haiti: Writing History in Madison Smartt Bell's Trilogy. Small Axe, 23, 163-76.
Munro, M. (2007). Language and Haitian Revolutionary Universalism in Émile Ollivier's 'La Supplique d'Élie Magnan'. Francophone Postcolonial Studies, 4.1, 26-44.
Munro, M. (2007). 'Taking the Music Seriously': Atlantic Rhythms and Caribbean History in Daniel Maximin's L'Isolé solei. International Journal of Francophone Studies, 10.3, 393-405.
Munro, M. (2006). Fragmenting Theory and Theorizing the Fragment in Émile Ollivier's Passages. Romanic Review, 97.2, 213-29.
Munro, M. (2006). Langue, postcolonialisme, et littérature haïtienne; le cas d'Edwidge Danticat. Critique, 711-712, 694-707.
Munro, M. (2006). Unfinished Journeys: Exile, Africanity, and Intertextuality in Émile Ollivier's Passages. Journal of Modern Literature, 29, 33-49.
Munro, M. (2006). Writing Disaster: Trauma, Memory, and History in Edwidge Danticat's The Farming of Bones. Ethnologies, 28.1, 81-98.
Munro, M. (2005). Master of the New: Tradition and Intertextuality in Dany Laferrière's Pays sans chapeau. Small Axe, 18, 176-88.
Munro, M. (2005). Reinterpreting the Haitian Revolution. Small Axe, 18, viii-xiii.
Munro, M. (2005). Should I Stay or Should I Go? Inter–Caribbean Exile, Creolization, and Repetitive History in Jacques Stephen Alexis's Compère Général Soleil. Journal of Caribbean Literatures, 4.1, 163-74.
Munro, M. (2004). Can't Stand up for Falling Down: Haiti, its Revolutions, and Twentieth Century Negritudes. Research in African Literatures, 35.2, 1-17.
Munro, M. (2003). Ethnography, Exile, and Haitian Literary History in Dany Laferrière's Pays sans chapeau. Journal of Haitian Studies, 9.2, 74-88.
Munro, M. (2003). Exile, Deterritorialization, and Exoticism in René Depestre's Hadriana dans tous mes rêves. Journal of Haitian Studies, 9.1, 23-38.
Munro, M. (2003). Wild Thing: Noble Savages, Exoticisms, and Postcolonial Space in Jacques–Stephen Alexis's Les Arbres musiciens. French Studies, 57.1, 51-63.
Munro, M. (2000). La Discorde antillaise: Contemporary Debates in Caribbean Criticism. Paragraph, 24.3, 117-27.
Munro, M. (2000). Rene Depestre: Haiti's Realist Magical Realist. Australian Journal of French Studies, 37.3, 385-96.
Munro, M. (1999). "Time, Space and Interdependency in Aimé Césaire's Africas". Forum for Modern Language Studies, 35.1, 57-69.

Refereed Books
Munro, M. (2010). Different Drummers: Rhythm and Race in the Americas. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Munro, M. (2007). Exile and Post-1946 Haitian Literature. Liverpool University Press.
Munro, M. (2000). Shaping and Reshaping the Caribbean: The Work of Aime Cesaire and Rene Depestre. Leeds: Maney Publishing.

Edited Books
Munro, M. (Ed.). (2012). American Creoles: The Francophone Caribbean and the American South. Liverpool: Liverpool UP.
Munro, M. (Ed.). (2011). The Francophone Caribbean and North America. Connecticut.
Munro, M. (Ed.). (2010). A Reader's Guide to Edwidge Danticat. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.
Munro, M. (Ed.). (2010). Haiti Rising: Haitian History, Culture, and the Earthquake of 2010. Liverpool/Kingston: Liverpool UP/UWI Press.
Munro, M. (Ed.). (2010). Littérature-Monde and the Caribbean. Durham: Duke UP.
Munro, M. (Ed.). (2009). Relating the Francophone Caribbean. Durham: Duke UP.
Munro, M. (Ed.). (2008). Echoes of the Haitian Revolution. Kingston: UWI Press.
Munro, M. (Ed.). (2008). Haiti Now!: Art, Film, Literature. Durham: Duke UP.
Munro, M. (Ed.). (2006). Reinterpreting the Haitian Revolution and its Cultural Aftershocks. Kingston: UWI Press.
Munro, M. (Ed.). (2005). Cariforum Haitian Bicentenary Issue. Santo Domingo.
Munro, M. (Ed.). (2005). Profondes et nombreuses: Haiti and the Revolution, 1804–2004. Indiana UP.

Refereed Book Chapters
Munro, M. (2012). "'Fightin' the Future': Rhythm and Creolization in the Circum-Caribbean. In Martin Munro and Celia Britton (Ed.), American Creoles: The Francophone Caribbean and North America (pp. 30-41). Liverpool University Press.
Munro, M. (2012). Introduction. In Martin Munro and Celia Britton (Ed.), American Creoles: The Francophone Caribbean and North America (pp. 1-10). Liverpool University Press.
Munro, M. (2011). Regards croisés sur la revanche et la rétribution dans l'histoire et la littérature haïtiennes. In Nadève Ménard (Eds.), Ecrits d'Haïti: Perspectives sur la littérature haïtienne (1986-2006) (pp. 407-420). Paris: Karthala.
Munro, M. (2010). Inside Out: A Brief Biography of Edwidge Danticat. In Martin Munro (Ed.), Edwidge Danticat: A Reader's Guide (pp. 13-25). Charlottesville and London: University of Virginia Press.
Munro, M. (2010). Introduction: Borders. In Martin Munro (Ed.), Edwidge Danticat: A Reader's Guide (pp. 1-10). Charlottesville and London: University of Virginia Press.
Munro, M. (2010). Revolutionary Universalism and Francophone Caribbean Political Thought. In Robbie Shilliam (Ed.), .) Political Theory Beyond the Canon: Non-Western Thought on the International Relations of Modernity (pp. 95-109). London: Routledge.
Munro, M. (2008). Hatred Chérie: History, Silence and Animosity in Three Haitian Novels. In Martin Munro and Elizabeth Walcott–Hackshaw (Eds.), Echoes of the Haitian Revolution 1804–2004 (pp. 163-75). Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press.
Munro, M. (2007). Deracination, Hybridity, and Creolization in Postwar Haitian Literature and Thought. In Clavier Mabana and Victor C. Simpson (Ed.), New Perspectives on Francophone and Hispanophone Caribbean Cultures (pp. 47-58). Cave Hill, Barbados: Department of Language, Linguistics and Literature.
Munro, M. (2007). Exile and Exoticism in René Depestre's Hadriana dans tous mes rêves. In Clavier Mabana and Victor C. Simpson (Ed.), New Perspectives on Francophone and Hispanophone Caribbean Cultures (pp. 119-28). Cave Hill, Barbados: Department of Language, Linguistics and Literature.
Munro, M. (2007). Francophone Caribbean. In Prem Poddar, Rajeev Patke, Lars Jensen (Ed.), A Historical Companion to Postcolonial Literatures: Continental Europe and its Empires (pp. 145-49). Edinburgh University Press.
Munro, M. (2007). L' Exil et l'innocence dans le discours politique et littéraire d'Haïti. In Anissa Talahite-Moodley (Ed.), Problématiques Identitaires dans Les Littératures Francophones de l'Exil (pp. 131–50). Ottawa : University of Ottawa Press.
Munro, M. (2007). Petrifying Myths: Lack and Excess in Haitian and Caribbean History. In Martin Munro and Elizabeth Walcott–Hackshaw (Eds.), Reinterpreting the Haitian Revolution and its Cultural Aftershocks (1804–2004 (pp. 20-37). Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press.
Munro, M. (2006). Mirrors and Echoes: Rhythm and Subjectivity in the Caribbean. In Patricia Donatien (Ed.), Images de soi dans les sociétés postcoloniales (pp. 357-65). Paris: Editions Le Manuscrit.
Munro, M. (2005). Changing Approaches to Exile in the Caribbean. In Rachel Killick (Ed.), Uncertain Relations: Configurations of the Third Space in Francophone Writing of Europe and the Americas (pp. 115-26). Oxford: Peter Lang.
Munro, M. (2005). Interpreting and Re–intepreting the Caribbean City: Exile, Creolization, and Urban Space in Jacques–Stephen Alexis's Compère Général Soleil and L'Espace d'un cillement". In Jean–Paul Révauger (Eds.), Villes de la caraïbe : Réalité scoiales et productions culturelles ( (pp. 11-24). Bordeaux: Pleine Page.
Munro, M. (2004). La Litteratura Francesa del Caribe: de la Négritude a la Créolité. In Lancelot Cowie and Nina Bruni (Ed.), Voces y letras del Caribe: ensayos sobre cultura y sociedad caribeñas (pp. 172-91). Merida, Venezuela: El Otro El Mismo, 2004.
Munro, M. (2004). Le double tranchant de l'exil: vers une théorisation caribéenne de la migration. In Christian Lerat (Ed.), Caraïbes plurielles (pp. 495-508). Bordeaux: Presses de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme d'Aquitaine, 2004.
Munro, M. (2003). Exil, errance, et expérience antillaise. In Chistian Lerat (Ed.), Le Monde Caraïbe: Échanges transatlantiques et horizons post-coloniaux (pp. 255-62). Bordeaux: Presses de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme d'Aquitaine, 2003.
Munro, M. (2003). Something and Nothing: Place and Displacement in the Work of Aimé Césaire and René Depestre. In Mary Gallagher (Ed.), Ici–Là: Place and Displacement in Caribbean Writing in French (pp. 143-56). Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Invited Encyclopedia Entries
Munro, M. (2010). Francophone Caribbean Literature: From Négritude to Créolité. In The Literary Encyclopedia (p. --). -. Retrieved from http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=13887
Munro, M. (2010). René Depestre. In The Literary Encyclopedia. -.
Munro, M. (2008). René Depestre. In Jay Kinsbruner (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture (p. --). Farmington Hills, MI: Charles Scribner's Sons.
Munro, M. (2005). Alexis, Jacques–Stephen. In Bill Marshall (Ed.), France and the Americas: Culture, Politics, History (p. --). Oxford/Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2005.
Munro, M. (2004). René Depestre. In Christopher John Murray (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Modern French Thought ( (p. --). New York: Fitzroy Dearborn.

Invited Reviews
Munro, M. (2001). Entre inclusion et exclusion: La symbolisation de l'autre dans les Amériques. Modern Language Review, 96.1, 300-301.

Presentations
Refereed Papers at Conferences
Munro, M. (presented 2012). Littérature-fin-du-monde: the Apocalyptic Strain in Contemporary Haitian Writing. Paper presented at 20th - and 21st - century French and Francophone Studies Conference, 20th - and 21st - century French and Francophone Studies, Long Beach, CA. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2011). Community in Post-earthquake Writing from Haiti. Paper presented at Conference in Honour of Professor Celia Britton, University College London, London. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2010). Slaves to the Rhythm. Paper presented at The Francophone Caribbean and North America c, FSU, Tallahassee FL. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2009). Haiti's Littérature-mondaine. Paper presented at Littérature-monde: New Wave or New Hype, FSU, Tallahassee FL. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2009). Listening to Aimé Césaire. Paper presented at Society for French Studies Conference, Society for French Studies, Oxford. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2007). Bad Blood: Revenge in Haitian Literature. Paper presented at Haiti Now!, UWI, Trinidad. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2006). Hatred Chérie: History, Silence and Animosity in Marie Chauvet's Amour and Yanick Lahens's Dans La Maison du pèr. Paper presented at West Indian Literature Conference, UWI, Trinidad. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2006). Rhythm, 'Race,' and Music in Francophone Caribbean Literature. Paper presented at Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies Conference, Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies, Tallahassee, FL. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2005). Échos et miroirs : rythme et subjectivité aux Antilles. Paper presented at Images de soi, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, Martinique, Martinique. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2004). It's Only Words? Language, Postcolonialism, and Haitian Literature. Paper presented at Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies Conference, SFPS, London. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2004). Petrifying Myths: Lack and Excess in Haitian and Caribbean History. Paper presented at Reinterpreting the Haitian Revolution and its Cultural Aftershocks, 1804-2004, UWI, Trinidad, Trinidad. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2004). The Historical Haunting of Haitian Fiction. Paper presented at Association of Caribbean Historians Annual Conference, Association of Caribbean Historians, Barbados. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2003). Should I stay or should I go? Perspectives diverses sur l'exil aux Antilles. Paper presented at The Caribbean World: Challenges and Prime Movers, University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2002). Exile and Exoticism in René Depestre's Hadriana dans tous mes rêves. Paper presented at New Approaches to Francophone and Hispanophone Cultures, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2002). Generation Exile: Post–War Haitian Literature and the Question of Identity. Paper presented at SOLAR, UWI, Trinidad, Trinidad. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2001). Tradition in the French Caribbean. Paper presented at Understanding Tradition, University College Cork, Cork. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 1999). Le nomade enraciné: the Poetry and Exiles of René Depestre. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the Society for French Studies, Society for French Studies, Edinburgh. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 1999). Something and Nothing: Place and Displacement in the Work of Aimé Césaire and René Depestre. Paper presented at Place and Displacement in Caribbean Writing in French, University College, Dublin, Dublin. (International)

Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Conferences
Munro, M. (accepted). Business as Usual? Haitian Literature and the Earthquake of 2010. Keynote presentation to be given at Charles Bonnier Annual Lecture, University of Liverpool, University of Liverpool. (International)
Munro, M. (accepted). Creolization and Haitianization. Keynote presentation to be given at Diasporas, Creolizations, and Islands, University of Oxford, University of Oxford. (International)
Munro, M. (accepted). The Revolution and/as Prophecy. Keynote presentation to be given at 1804 and Its Afterlives, University of Nottingham, University of Nottingham. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2012). France and the Americas. Keynote presentation at Spaces of French Migration, Culture, and Politics, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2011). Manifesting Fiction, Globalizing Haiti. Keynote presentation at The Makings of Globalization, Then and Now, University of Oxford, Oriel College, Oxford. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2010). American Creoles: Haiti, Jazz, and New Orleans. Keynote presentation at Representing African-Americans in the African Imagination, University of Rochester, University of Rochester. (International)
Munro, M. (presented 2007). Aimé Césaire and Political Engagement. Keynote presentation at The Arts and Political Engagement, -, St Lucia. (International)

Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Symposia
Munro, M. (presented 2009). Haitian History and Culture. Keynote presentation in - (Chair), Haitian Food Crisis Pane. Symposium conducted at the meeting of FSU, FSU. (State)

Invited Workshops
Munro, M. (2012). Prophecy and the Apocalypse in Contemporary Haitian Literature. Workshop delivered at FSU Center for the Humanities, FSU. (Local)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Munro, Martin (PI). (Jul 2008–Jun 2016). Winthrop-King Institute Account. Funded by FSU Foundation. (F00128). Total award $632,500.

Service
Florida State University
FSU College Service
Committee member, Search Committee for Dean of College of Arts and Sciences (2012).

FSU Department Service
Advisor, French Graduate Advisor (2012–present).
Committee member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (2011–present).
Committee member, Departmental Merit Committee, 2010, 2011 (2010–present).
Committee member, F.S.U. Winthrop-King Scholarship Committee (2009–present).
Committee member, Film Studies Committee (2009–present).
Advisor, French Undergraduate Advisor (2009–2012).

FSU Institute or Center Service
Director, Winthrop-King Institute for Contemporary French and Francophone Studies (2012–present).

The Profession
Editor for Refereed Journals
Editor of Francophone Caribbean issues, Small Axe (2005–present).

Editorial Board Membership(s)
Haitianographies, a Journal of Haitian Cultural Studies (2012–present).
Palgrave Macmillan Caribbean Studies Series (2012–present).
Caribbean Review of Gender Studies (2009–present).
Small Axe (2005–present).

Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
Journal of Postcolonial Writing (2010–present).
Callaloo (2009–present).
Macomere (2009–present).
MELUS (2009–present).
French Studies (2008–present).
Journal of Haitian Studies (2008–present).
Francophone Postcolonial Studies (2008–2010).

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
National Endowment for the Humanities (2012–present).
American Council of Learned Societies (2011–present).
Prince Claus Fund Awards Programme (2010–present).
Newton International Fellowship (2012).
, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (2007).

Service to Professional Associations
Reviewer, MacArthur Fellowship Program (2012).
Reviewer, American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship Program (2012).

Service to Other Universities
Academic advisor for French undergraduates, UWI (2005–2008).
Coordinator of French Staff/Student Liaison Committee, UWI (2005–2008).
English Language Assistantship Scheme coordinator, UWI/French Embassy (2003–2008).
Cambridge A–Level examiner for French language, UWI (2004–2006).
Cultural Studies Conference Committee, UWI (2004–2005).


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