Studies on Mordecai

Collett, Anne. “Positioning Pamela Mordecai’s short story collection, Pink Icing: A Question of Ilk. “Paper presented at the International Biennial Conference Program of the Australian Association for Caribbean Studies, Footscray Park Campus, Victoria University, Feburary 9 2007.

Kandalaft, Suzy. “Representing the postcolonial Christ: reading resistance through Homi Bhabha.” MA thesis, U. of Calgary, 2008.

Lalla, Barbara. “Creole and Respec’ in the development of Jamaican literary discourse.”
Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 20.1 (2005). 53-84.

McKenzie, Stephanie. “Pamela Mordecai’s Poetry: Some Questions for Further Consideration.” Journal of West Indian Literature 23. 1&2 (2015). 47-72.

Oakley, Seanna Sumalee. “The Creole ghost: language, geography, and community in recent Jamaican poetry.” PhD dissertation. University of Wisconsin-Madison. 2002

_______“A Way to Cross Over: Caribbean Literary Criticism” Literature Compass. 1.1 (2004).

_______” ‘Puttin’ rainbow round we mind’: Performing Transcultural Alliance in Jamaican Diasporic Poetry.” Paper presented at the American Comparative Literature Association Meeting. April 16 2004.

Paul, Lissa “In a Different Voice: Caribbean-Canadian Poetry for Children.” Paper presented at the Conference on “The Power of Caribbean Poetry – Word and Sound.” U. of Cambridge, 20–22 September 2012

_______ “Newfound tongues” for the session Margin Call: The Marginalization of Children’s Poetry, MLA Conference, Boston, 4 January 2013.

Savory, Elaine. “En/Gendering Spaces: The Poetry of Marlene Nourbese Philip and Pamela Mordecai.” Framing the Word: Gender and Genre in Caribbean Women’s Writing. Ed. Joan Anim-Addo. London: Whiting and Birch, 1996. 12-27.

_______“Pamela Mordecai: Jamaican Language, Local and ‘in Foreign’” in Beyond the Canebrakes: Caribbean women writers in Canada. ed. Emily Allen Williams. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2008