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Baillie, Justine (2003) Contesting ideologies: Deconstructing racism in African-American fiction. Women: A Cultural Review, 14 (1):2. pp. 20-37. ISSN 0957-4042 (Print), 1470-1367 (Online) (doi:10.1080/0957404032000081683)

Baillie, Justine (2015) Diaspora, gender and agency in Toni Morrison's "Paradise". In: Diasporas, First Postcolonial Studies Association Convention, 11 - 13 September 2015, University of Leicester. (Unpublished)

Baillie, Justine (2007) "Dread and Love": Postcolonial theory and practice in Toni Morrison's 'Playing in the Dark' and 'Song of Solomon' and William Faulkner's 'Go Down, Moses'. Critical Engagements, 1 (1). pp. 166-187. ISSN 1754-0984

Baillie, Justine (2009) 'From margin to centre: Postcolonial identities and Barack Obama's "Dreams from My Father"'. In: Lives in Relation Life Writing Conference, 30 October 2009, University of Lincoln, Lincoln. (Unpublished)

Baillie, Justine (2017) Global Morrison: Toni Morrison and the Transnation. In: Global Morrison: An International Conference, 27-28 June 2017, University of Greenwich, London. (Submitted)

Baillie, Justine (2010) Narrating postcolonial identities in Zora Neale Hurston's "Dust Tracks on a Road" and Barack Obama's "Dreams from My Father". In: Transformations of Narrative in the Postcolonial Era, AHRC Research Project, Pinter Centre, Goldsmiths, University of London. (Unpublished)

Baillie, Justine (2004) '"Outside the raced house": Language, heterotopia and diaspora politics in Toni Morrison's Paradise'. In: Gothic Voyages, 9 - 11 July 2004, The Mona Bismarck Centre, Paris. (Unpublished)

Baillie, Justine (2015) Reading Toni Morrison, Beloved. In: Reading Toni Morrison's Beloved: First Lecture of the Bank of America's Cultural Program, June 2015, Bank of America Head Office, Holborn, London with satellite link to Bank of America Headquarters in South Carolina, USA.

Baillie, Justine (2017) Space and Place in Colson Whitehead, The Underground Railroad (2016). In: 27th Annual British Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies Conference, 16-17th February 2018, Desota Savannah, Georgia, USA. (Submitted)

Baillie, Justine (2017) Space and place in Colson Whitehead, "The Underground Railroad" (2016). MOSF Journal of Science Fiction. ISSN 2474-0837 (In Press)

Baillie, Justine (2003) '"Two ways to belong in America": Immigrant identity in Bharati Mukherjee's Jasmine'. In: The American Modern: Varieties of Modernism and Modernity, 16 December 2003, Goldsmiths, University of London. (Unpublished)

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