Fania Noel

Fania Noel
The New School · Department of Sociology

Master of Philosophy
Ph.D candidate in sociology working on Blackness in France. Adjunct lecturer in Black Studies at CCNY

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Additional affiliations
August 2022 - present
City College of New York
Position
  • Adjunct lecturer
Description
  • -Teaching BLST 33300-M(35032): Women in the African Diaspora ( Fall 2022) - Teaching Black to the future: Race and gender in science fiction (Spring 2023)
Education
August 2011 - August 2013
Paris Descartes University
Field of study
  • Sociology
August 2009 - August 2011
Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Field of study
  • Political Science

Publications

Publications (17)
Thesis
. Political spaces (spatial and ideological) of Black political movements and collectives in France, investigating forms of conflict and adaptation vis-à-vis France's colorblind ideology, legacies of slavery/colonialism, and State of exception/policing regarding political organizations. My research emphasizes gendered socialization in the context o...
Article
Full article here. :https://kohljournal.press/paris-is-burning. This paper is an adapted and edited English version of the book chapter “Intersectionnalité” in: Dorlin, Elsa. (Ed.). 2021. Feu ! Abécédaire des féminismes présents. Paris: Libertalia, 319-336. In this paper, I will map a paradoxical movement of intersectionality by focusing on how i...
Conference Paper
In this paper, I will map a paradoxical movement of intersectionality by focusing on how intersectionality shapes organizing in France. This same intersectionality that has spawned significant splinters, among scholars, feminists and anti-racist activists but also between scholars and activists, is nevertheless presented as a homogeneous and unifie...
Poster
This poster aims to discuss the untold archetype of white womanhood as the embodiment of white women's non-racist political agency in science-fictional/dystopian films and television series. Using Black feminist theory, the poster will discuss white women's representation as political agent/feminist heroine in speculative fiction. The poster will a...
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This is my book review of Gender and the Spatiality of Blackness in Contemporary AfroFrench Narratives by Polo B. Moji.London: Routledge, 2022. 182 pp. ISBN 9780367637514. Review publish in Tydskrif vir letterkunde 59.2 (2022): 78-80
Book
Membre du collectif Mwasi, cofondatrice de la revue AssiégéEs, Fania Noël est une des militantes qui ont lancé le mouvement afroféministe en France dans les années 2010. Dans Et maintenant le pouvoir, elle déploie le corpus théorique des féminismes Noirs et aborde des thématiques telles que la famille, la misogynoir, l’intersectionnalité, le néolib...
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Dans la lignée du livre Afrofem qui entendait «traduire politiquement ses révoltes en révolution» contre le racisme d’État et le féminisme dominant, ce livre est un manifeste qui tente d’esquisser des horizons d’organisation et de libération pour la condition noire en France. Le cœur de ce manifeste est le suivant:«Être noir· e et vouloir apparteni...
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Au cœur de l’archipel des Caraïbes, la république d’Haïti. Y naissait, au mitan des années 1930, la première organisation féministe haïtienne. Fania Noël, fondatrice de la revue AssiégéEs — « pour une intersectionnalité révolutionnaire » — et membre du collectif afroféministe Mwasi, retrace ici, à la lumière d’évènements récents, l’histoire d’une l...

Projects

Projects (2)
Project
Race and Gender in Sc-fi and dystopian contemporary film and tv show