The Library of Glissant Studies (LoGS) is a collaborative open access project that aims to collect and make works by and on Martinican author Édouard Glissant (1928-2011) accessible to the public. L’Institut du Tout-Monde supports this project.
Created in the Center for French and Francophone Studies of the Louisiana State University (CFFS / LSU), which Édouard Glissant directed from 1988 to 1992, this collaborative project intends to continue the masterful work of Alain Baudot (Bibliographie annotée d’Édouard Glissant, Toronto, GREF, 1993) by collectively gathering texts by Glissant, their translations, and articles (in all languages) related to his corpus.
A tool aiming to facilitate research and its dissemination, the site (www.glissantstudies.com) also wants to help establish a dialogue among Glissant’s readers. The LoGS project is developed in collaboration with the University of the West Indies, Emory University, Waseda University, and the Centro de Estudios del Caribe at Casa de las Américas.
If you wish to contribute by sending articles, additional bibliographical/archival notice, feedback, or if you have any suggested corrections, email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
[Excerpts translated from the French by Ivette Romero. For original post, see http://www.tout-monde.com/.]
See the LoGS’ mission statement at https://www.glissantstudies.com/mission-statement.html