Literary critic Hortense Spillers, who presently teaches in the English Department at Vanderbilt University, has, over the past twenty years, enormously enriched African diasporic literary and cultural criticism. Spillers' present work at the intersection of psychoanalysis and Black feminist criticism is, like all her writing, inflected with a generous spirit and mordant wit. Below is
a link to a bibliography and interview. We hope also to reproduce some of her writing here in the future.

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