Narrating the (Im)Possible: Dystopian Literature and the Promise of a Liberated Future

Maurissette, Fiona-Elle.


  • Abstract: My dissertation challenges the literary classification of dystopias as science fiction by highlighting the historical subjugation of people of color as a dystopic formation within the Americas and the Caribbean. In my dissertation, I argue that for marginalized communities within the Americas, especially Black and Indigenous people, the white settler colonial projects begun by Christophe... read more
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