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Episode 28: The Journeys of Eslanda Robeson

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Eslanda Cardozo Goode Robeson

Annette Joseph-Gabriel talks about Eslanda Robeson — chemist, political activist, anthropologist, and traveler — and the significance of her journeys. Robeson’s 1946 trip through the Congo is featured in Joseph-Gabriel’s interactive website Digitizing Diaspora. Joseph-Gabriel is an assistant professor of French at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor. She is the managing editor of Palimpsest: A Journal on Women, Gender, and the Black International (SUNY Press), a regular contributor to the African American Intellectual History Society blog, and an active podcast host on the New Books Network.

Annette Joseph Gabriel

Annette Joseph-Gabriel

For more on Eslanda Robeson, read Barbara Ransby‘s biography Eslanda: The Large and Unconventional Life of Mrs. Paul Robeson

Selected works by Joseph-Gabriel include:

“‘Ce pays est un volcan’: Saint-Pierre and the Language of Loss in White Creole Women’s Narratives.”

“‘Tant de silence à briser’: Entretien avec Evelyne Trouillot.”

“Mobility and the Enunciation of Freedom in Urban Saint-Domingue.”

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