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Department of Language, Linguistics and Literature

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Dr. Nicola Hunte - Coordinator, Literatures in English

Dr. Nicola Hunte - Coordinator, Literatures in English

Lecturer, Literatures in English

Department: LLL

Bio

Nicola Hunte is a doctoral graduate of the Literatures in English programme of Cave Hill, UWI. She began her academic relationship with the university as a UWI Open Scholar and continued in her post-graduate experience as the beneficiary of the UWI-Emory exchange. Dr. Hunte has lectured in the areas of literary criticism and Caribbean literature as well as for introductory courses to drama, poetry and prose fiction.

Qualifications

PhD, UWI

BA, UWI

Research Areas

Wilson Harris’s critical essays; African-American women’s writing; Afro-diasporan literary criticism.

Select Publications

Dr. Hunte has published part of her doctoral thesis in “Notions of Myth, Gestures of Masquerade,” Shibboleths: A Journal of Comparative Theory. 2.1 (December 2007).  The entire dissertation has been published as a monograph, entitled Omeros and Beloved through Wilson Harris’s Cross-Cultural Imagination with Lambert Academic Publishing in 2010.  She has also published a review of the Dramaworks (Barbados) Ltd. Production of “Pantomime” in CHILL News, Issue 10, November 2009


Department of Language, Linguistics and Literature
Telephone: (246) 417-4402/4/5 Fax:(246) 424-0634 Email: lllhead@cavehill.uwi.edu