Emma Monroy

Emma Monroy is a doctoral candidate and Royster Fellow in the Department of Romance Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she specializes in twentieth- and twenty-first-century French and Francophone literature and critical theory. Her dissertation, “Total Encounter: Theorizing Text-Image Collaborations from the Francophone Caribbean,” examines how collaborative authorship works to frame larger contemporary discussions around decoloniality, Edouard Glissant’s theory of Relation, and the role of the reader.

Works Annotated:
Wilder, Gary. “Visions Intempestives: Aimé Césaire, La Décolonisation et l’utopie (1ère Partie).” Revue de La Société Haïtienne d’Histoire, de Géographie et de Géologie, no. 238 (2009): 2–39.

“Visions Intempestives: Aimé Césaire, La Décolonisation et l’utopie.” Revue de La Société Haïtienne d’Histoire, de Géographie et de Géologie, no. 239 (2010): 43–71.