Professor Mardorossian is Associate Professor of English at the University at Buffalo, NY where she specializes in postcolonial, Caribbean, and feminist studies. She is currently completing a manuscript entitled /Framing the Victim: Masculinity and National Identity in the Contemporary United States/, a cultural studies examination of the concept of victimization that uses Caribbean literature as a test case for its argument. Her first book was entitled /Reclaiming Difference: Caribbean Women Rewrite Postcolonialism/ (2005). Her articles on Caribbean literature have appeared in journals such as /Callaloo, Small Axe, The Journal of Caribbean Literatures, Modern Language Studies/, and /College Literature/.
Mardorossian, C."Edwidge Danticat and Caribbean Women Writers" /Edwidge Danticat: A Reader’s Guide/. Ed. By Martin Munro, U of Virginia Press, 2010.
Mardorossian, C."Rape by Proxy in Contemporary Caribbean Women’s Fiction" /Feminism, Literature, and Rape Narratives: Violence and Violation/. Eds. Sorcha Gunne and Zoë Brigley Thompson. London and New York: Routledge, 2010. 23-38.
Mardorossian, C."From Fanon to Glissant: A Martinican Genealogy" /Small Axe/ 13.3 (October 2009): 12-24.
Mardorossian, C."Unsuspecting Storyteller and Suspect Listener: A Postcolonial Reading of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre" /ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature/ 37.2-3 (May 2007).
Mardorossian, C."Cannibalizing the Victorians: Maryse Condé’s Postcolonial Rewriting" /Changing Currents: Transnational Caribbean Literary and Cultural Criticism/. Ed. Emily Allen Williams and Melvin Rahming. Africa World Press, 2006. 135-153.
Mardorossian, C."Rewriting the Postcolonial: Maryse Condé’s Windward Heights" /Emerging Perspectives on Maryse Condé: A Writer of Her Own/. Eds. Sally Barbour and Gerise Herndon. Africa World Press, 2006. 275-291.
Mardorossian, C."Race by Proxy in Maryse Condé’s Fiction" F/easting on Words: Cannibalism in Caribbean Fiction/. Eds. Vera Broichhagen, Kathryn Lachman, and Nicole Simek. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2006. 161-175.
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