Amanda Jones' publications

· "Lost in Transnation': Identity, Isolation, Intertextuality, and the Perpetuation of Haunting Postcolonial Literary Devices in the Works of Afropolitan Authors Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Taiye Selasi, Teju Cole, and Okey Ndibe." Dissertation forthcoming.

· Better Days: Continuous Improvement with LaneOPX. San Diego: LaneOPX Education Academy. Publication forthcoming.

· "Afropolitanism as an Extension of Colonial and Postcolonial Discourse in Teju Cole's Open City." Persistence and Resistance in English Studies: New Research. Eds. Sara Martin and David Owen, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018, pp. 49-59)

· The (Heart of) Darkness Revisited: Conrad’s Haunting Themes of Identity, Intertextuality, Isolation in Teju Cole’s Open City. Presentation at Association of Young Researchers on Anglophone Studies (ASYRAS), Autonomous University of Barcelona. January 2017.

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