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About Njelle W. Hamilton

My scholarship is focused on the cross-pollination of oral and print cultures in contemporary Caribbean literatures. My forthcoming book project, "Phonographic Memories: Novel Recordings of Caribbean Exile," investigates the relationship between popular music and memory, particularly the ways that Caribbean popular music forms like the calypso, reggae, mambo, and gwoka allow exiled Caribbean peoples to record, retrieve, and replay personal and cultural memories.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, African & Caribbean Literature, University of Virginia
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Contact Information

njhamilton@virginia.edu