El Hadji Malick Ndiaye, PhD
PhD, French Literature
Associate Professor, Modern Languages and Cultures
Associate Professor, African and African American Studies
Building/Room: Xavier 118
Ndiaye received his PhD in French literature from Université Européenne de Bretagne. He also holds master's degrees in modern French literature, Francophone studies, and media and communication science.
His research focuses on the notion of “francophone author” through various identical and theoretical perspectives. His research interests also include French regionalism from La Belle Epoque to present days, French-speaking Canada, transnational identities in Africa and postcolonial francophone literature and cinema. His publications include: -Books The Body in francophone literatures: Historical, Thematic and aesthetic perspectives, Edited Volume. Jefferson: Mc Farland & Company Publishers. 2016 Pierre-Jakez Hélias ou Le destin colonisé. Paris: L’Harmattan. 2019 - Articles “Hétérotopies et sémiologie de la guerre dans le roman africain postcolonial” Les Cahiers du Creilac (University Assane Seck Journal). 2017 “Approches chronotopiques de la migrance et de la transculturalité dans Le terroriste noir de Tierno Monénembo”, Revue Études Littéraires, (University of Laval Journal). 2016.
Professor Ndiaye is also a writer and a poet; he published two collections of poems Altercultures (2011), Temps Divers (2019), and Un Nègre à Tanger, a critical essay on racial interactions in Africa (2013).