Dr Françoise Král is Professor of British Literature and Postcolonial Studies in the Department of English at Paris Nanterre University.
Françoise Král is Professor of English and Postcolonial studies at the University Paris Nanterre (France). Her publications include three monographs in the field of diasporic studies, Critical Identities in Contemporary Anglophone Diasporic Literature (Palgrave, 2009) Social Invisibility in Anglophone Diasporic Literature and Culture: The Fractal Gaze (Palgrave, 2014) and Sounding out History: Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River (Presses universitaires de Paris Nanterre, 2017). She has co-edited two books Re-presenting Otherness: Mapping the Colonial ‘Self’ /Mapping the indigenous ‘other’ in the literatures of Australia and New Zealand (Publidix, 2004) and Architecture and Philosophy: New Perspectives on the Work of Arakawa and Gins (co-edited with Jean-Jacques Lecercle, Rodopi, 2011) and guest-edited an issue of Commonwealth, Essays and Studies, Crossings (37.1 autumn 2014). She had published many articles in the field of postcolonial literature and diasporic studies and is currently working on two collected volumes.