Mame-Fatou Niang, for a postcolonial universalism

Mame Fatou Niang for a postcolonial universalism

By looking at the other side of the ring road, today Mame-Fatou Niang is thinking across the Atlantic. The precious words of Miss Niang, lecturer at Carnegy Mellon University in Pittsburgh, begin with Virginia Woolf, continue with black laughter (which will become a memoir) and the representation of the peripheries in contemporary French literature and cinema. (Rebroadcast from March 13, 2022)