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A Symposium on the Work of Patrice Nganang

Patrice Nganang, Author

Thu, 10/6 · 9:30 am5:00 pm EDT · Prospect House, Presidential Dining Room

Department of English

Panel 1:
Jean-Michel Devesa, Writer (University of Limoges, France): Minorizing the French language in the work of Nganang [in French]
Peter Vakunta (Defense Language Institute-Foreign Language Center, Monterey-California): Is this French? The Task of Teaching Nganang’s Temps de chien
Bertrand Eric Oka Kouame (University of Abidjan-Cocody, Ivory Coast): Patrice Nganang, a writer between theory and practice [in French]

Panel 2:
Armelle Touko (Akindra Editions, Yaounde): Generation Change and the House of Writers
Roger Fopa (University of Maroua/Université de KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa): On the experience of building school classes in Yaounde
Nsah Mala (Aarhus University, Denmark): Dog stories and the Anglophone question

Please register at this link.

Food will be served, please list any allergies or dietary restrictions.

Please contact mandrie@princeton.edu if you require any special accommodations in order to attend.

Sponsored by: The Department of English, the Department of French and Italian, the Department of African American Studies, the Department of Comparative Literature, Lewis Center for the Arts, and the Humanities Council.

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