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Joyce Fortuné-Pope

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Joyce Fortuné-Pope

Joyce Fortuné-Pope, a doctoral candidate in history at UCLA, is working on a project titled "Slavery and Reparation in the US," related to the Mauritius Truth and Justice Commission on colonialism and slavery. Her articles have appeared in Revi Kiltir Kreol and History and Memory, and she has co-written the text of the bédé Zistoir Ze ek Melia, 1834, published by the Nelson Mandela Center for African Culture (Mauritius).

Articles by Joyce Fortuné-Pope

Diary of an Old Mad Woman
By Umar Timol
So you come from there, it must be so beautiful so wonderful; why do you live here when your island is so lovely.
Translated from French by Joyce Fortuné-Pope
Multilingual
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