Dahouda Writes on the Exile in French Canadian and Caribbean Literatures – Hobart and William Smith Colleges \
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Dahouda Writes on the Exile in French Canadian and Caribbean Literatures

Kanate Dahouda, assistant professor of French and francophone studies, had an article published in the recent issue of “Presence Africaine” (Cultural Review of Black World, Paris, France, 2003). Titled “Aime Cesaire et Paul Chamberland: question d'exil“, his article is a comparative study in which Dahouda analyses the function of exil, memory and utopia in the writings of two Francophone authors from the Caribbean (Aime Cesaire) and French Canada (Paul Chamberland). Dahouda joined the faculty of Hobart and William Smith in 2001.