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Conflicts and Representations in African and Afro Diasporic Literature
Submission DeadlineApr. 15, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Professor Luciene Pereira
State Department of Education, Federal District Education Professional Training School, Brasília, Brazil
Guest Editors
  • Telma Borges
    Education College of Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
  • Dirlenvalder Loyolla
    Letters Institute, Maraba, Brazil
  • Rosa Alda Souza De Oliveira
    Department of Literature Theory, University of Brasília, Brasília, Brazil
  • Norma Diana Hamilton
    Department of Foreign Languages/Literature and Translation, University of Brasília, Brasília, Brazil
  • Fernanda Pereira
    Department of Foreign Languages and Tanslation, University of Brasilia, Brasília, Brazil
  • Vivian Nickel
    Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, College of Letters, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Introduction
The special issue “Conflicts and representations in African and Aphro diasporic literature” aims to carry out investigations on literary, historical and social issues present in the literature produced by authors whose roots are of African origin, this includes both authors whose literature is produced in the African geographical space and authors that keeping in its horizons of expectation Africa’s roots. Therefore, we adopt a posture open to the various possible approaches, in the perspective of receiving works on which the foundations of Comparative Literature are based. Thus, contemplating interdisciplinarity, intersemiotic and intercultural readings, in the sense of, understanding the phenomenon of dispersion of African peoples around the world and the implications of such dispersion in the most diverse social spheres and to understand the cultural heterogeneity present in the African continent, in order to deconstruct the predominant homogenizing vision of the continent. The proposed journal will have the following sections: (1) presentation; (2) dossier of scientific articles covering the theme and structuring subthemes; literature teaching, in which academic articles with case studies and reports of teaching experience with the application of African and Aphro diasporic literature at the various levels of education will be accepted; (3) theory, literary criticism, and other arts and media for scientific articles whose African or Aphro diasporic literary works contemplate dialogue with such perspectives; (4) interviews with writers, or artists who produce or reread intersemiotic African or Aphro diasporic works; (5) reviews of recently published books by experts of recognized academic work in the area covered by the journal; (6) translation and edition where original works of translation of productions will be accepted short literary productions by African or Aphro diasporic authors; interviews with African or Aphro diasporic writers; (7) poetic: where works of artistic nature will be published of the various semiotic forms in which the aesthetics of African culture and the aphrodiasporic peoples around the world are present.
Aims and Scope:
  1. african literature
  2. literature comparative
  3. poscoloniality
  4. decolonization
  5. diaspora
  6. literature of Black feminine authorship
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