Michaeline A Crichlow
- 243 Friedl Bldg
- Campus Box 90252
- Phone: +1 919 6816947
Globalization, Development, Postcoloniality,
I am interested in projects related to citizenship, nationalism and development mainly in the Atlantic and Pacific regions generally. My current projects are focused on the sorts of claims that populations deemed diasporic make on states, and how this reconfigures their communities and general sociocultural practices. I am also interested in development's impact on social and economic environments, and the way this structures and restructures people's assessments of their spaces for the articulation and pursuit of particular kinds of freedoms. I have attempted to project these perspectives in my forthcoming book, Globalization and the Postcreole Imagination: Notes on Fleeing the Plantation and my current project: "Power and its Subjects: Development Dilemmas, Postcolonial Restructuring of Rural Spaces/Places/Identities and State Reconfiguration."