Mame-Fatou Niang is an associate professor of French at Carnegie Mellon University. Her most recent book, Identités Françaises (Brill, 2019), examines Afro-French identities, and the works of female writers of the banlieue. Mame has also co-directed Mariannes Noires, a film in which seven Afro-French women investigate what it means to be Black and French, and Black in France.
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