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Natasha Bonnelame
Natasha Bonnelame is a Ph.D. student in the Centre for Caribbean Studies, Department of English and Comparative Literature at Goldsmiths, University of London. She holds a Masters in Caribbean Literature and Creole Poetics (2005), and her research interests are Caribbean Creole writing from the francophone and anglophone traditions and the Caribbean carnival. In 2009 she was a co-investigator for an AHRC-funded project entitled ‘Words from other worlds: Critical perspectives on Imoinda’ and is a guest editor for the journal Imoinda: Criticism and Response, 3: 3, London: Mango Publishing, 2010 and Imoinda: Trans-Global Conversations (2010), DVD.

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