This paper examines the ways in which Maryse Condé’s narrative about Tituba (the black witch of Salem) attempts to recover or uncover African diasporic memory, history, and cultural experiences through an exploration of the identity of Tituba.
|State||Published - Oct 9 2007|
|Event||Association for the Study of World African Diaspora - Barbados|
Duration: Oct 9 2007 → Oct 9 2007
|Conference||Association for the Study of World African Diaspora|
|Period||10/9/07 → 10/9/07|