Amelie Daigle

I’m a doctoral candidate at Boston College, where I teach postcolonial literature and research representations of migration in postcolonial Anglophone novels. My dissertation examines novels that represent transnational families. I argue that contemporary postcolonial novels offer new models for conceiving of citizenship and community, troubling the idea of national borders.

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By Amelie Daigle / July 18, 2014 / 0 Comments

New Orleans author Amelie Daigle returns to The Fabulist with “Cities,” a disturbingly beautiful set of visions of a life interrupted. Collage and image manipulation by Fabulist house artist Adam Myers.

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By Amelie Daigle / July 11, 2014 / 0 Comments

In those days, angels descended from the heavens to teach the various crafts known in paradise, and I came sideways from the know-not-where to teach the art of desire.

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