Dr Azzedine Haddour


Senior Lecturer in French

Research areas: Azzedine Haddour has specialism in twentieth-century French literature and thought, in post-colonial literature and theory. He has written extensively on Camus, Sartre, Fanon. His publications include: City Visions (co-editor; Longman 2000); Colonial Myths, History and Narrative (MUP, 2000); Sartre's Colonialism and Neocolonialism (co-translator, Routledge 2001); Fanon Reader (editor, Pluto Press, forthcoming, 2005).Publications include:

• Guest editor, with Prof. Margaret Majumdar, of a special volume to mark 10th anniversary of International Journal Francophone Studies in 2007, including articles representative of the most ground-breaking work at the forefront of Francophone studies today.

The Fanon Reader, Pluto Press, 2006.

J.P. Sartre, Colonialism and Neo-colonialism, Routledge Classic edition, 2006, 223 pages with an extended revised introduction.

• “Fanon dans la théorie postcoloniale”, Les Temps Modernes, January 2006.

• “Fanon Seen in the Speculum of Poststructuralism”, Wasafiri, 43 (Frantz Fanon special issue), 2005.

• “Sartre and Fanon: On Negritude and Political Participation”, Sartre Today, eds. A. van den Hoven and A. Leak, Berghahn Books, 2005, pp.285-301.

• “The Camus and Sartre Debate and the Algerian Colonial Question”, in Francophone Studies: Postcolonial Issues and the Study of the French-Speaking World, eds. Charles Forsdick and David Murphy, Arnold, 2003.

Forthcoming volumes:

Fanon, Cambridge University Press.

Colonialism and the Ethics of Difference, Pluto Press.

Fanon and Postcolonialism: Rethinking the Critical Legacy, Manchester University Press.

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