Confluences 3

Edited by: Dannabang Kuwabong

The essays in this volume continue the examination, begun in Confluences 1 and continued in Confluences 2, of the exciting new writing that has emerged in Canada in the past few decades. Employing a variety of approaches and addressing the many concerns engaging their author-subjects–memory, history, and concentric identities; the subordination of women; and racism–this new body of writing collectively redefines and challenges the traditional idea of Canadian Literature.

Included in this volume are:

“W H Hudson’s English Argentina and Pablo Urbanyi’s Argentine Canada.” –Hugh Hazelton
“Racial Re/Profiling: The Plays of Andrew Moodie.” –Leslie Sanders
“Dannabang Kuwabong’s Caribbean Blues & Love’s Genealogy and Voices from Kibuli Country.” –Horace Goddard
“Haunting the Human: M. NourbeSe Philip’s Poetics of Un.” –Kate Siklosi
“Male Monstrosity or Failed Masculinities? Shani Mootoo’s Literary Oeuvre” –Juan M Salomé Villarini
“Pamela Mordecai’s Literary Transcultural Eschatology” –Dannabang Kuwabong
“Witnesses from the Silentiaries: Claire Harris’s Poetics of En(Dis)abling in dipped in shadow” –Dannabang Kuwabong
“Postcolonial Ecologies and Sustainable Living: Reading Jenna Butler’s Nonfiction” –Asma Sayed


Dannabang Kuwabong

Dannabang Kuwabong is a Ghanaian Canadian born in Nanville in the Upper West Region of Ghana. He was educated in Ghana, Scotland, and Canada, and teaches Caribbean literature at the University of Puerto Rico, San Juan. His publications include Konga and other Dagaaba Folktales; Visions of Venom; Caribbean Blues & Love’s Genealogy; Echoes from Dusty Rivers; and Voices from Kibuli Country. He lives in Hamilton, Ontario.


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January 31, 2022



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