Dr Suzanne Scafe


NameDr Suzanne Scafe
Job titleVisiting Fellow
Organisational UnitArts and Creative Industries

Research outputs

Reading intersections of race, class and gender in fiction by black British women writers.

Scafe, S. (2020). Reading intersections of race, class and gender in fiction by black British women writers. in: The Race and Gender Reader Routledge. pp. 1-19

Daring to tilt worlds: the fiction of Irenosen Okojie.

Scafe, S. (2020). Daring to tilt worlds: the fiction of Irenosen Okojie. in: Women Writers and Experimental Narrative Palgrave Macmillan UK. pp. 1-12

Gendered, post-diasporic mobilities and the politics of blackness in Zadie Smith’s Swing Time (2016)

Scafe, S (2019). Gendered, post-diasporic mobilities and the politics of blackness in Zadie Smith’s Swing Time (2016). Caribbean Review of Gender Studies. 13, pp. 93-120.

African-Caribbean Women: Migration, Diaspora, Post-diaspora

Dunn, L and Scafe, S (2019). African-Caribbean Women: Migration, Diaspora, Post-diaspora. Caribbean Review of Gender Studies. 13, pp. 1-6.

Black women subjects in auto/ biographical discourse

Scafe, S (2016). Black women subjects in auto/ biographical discourse. in: Osborne, D (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to British Black and Asian Literature (1945-2010) Cambridge University Press. pp. 144-158

Re-mapping women's testimonies into networked subjectivities: The Quipu Project

Maraschin, D and Scafe, S (2016). Re-mapping women's testimonies into networked subjectivities: The Quipu Project. in: Takhar, Shaminder (ed.) Gender and Race Matter: Global Perspectives on Being a Woman Emerald Group Publishing.
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