Marl’ene Edwin is the Deputy Director for the Centre for Caribbean and Diaspora Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London which promotes collaborative work within the Caribbean and its diasporas and specialises in the study of Caribbean and diasporic literatures. She is also the Convenor for the postgraduate module: Literature of the Caribbean and Its Diasporas which is taught on the goundbreaking MA Black British Literature programme and the MA Literary Studies – Caribbean pathway. A Senior Fellow of the HEA and also a Churchill Fellow, her research interests include Caribbean Literature and diaspora, women’s writing, Creolisation, Creolistics, Black British Literature and orality. Recent publications include the chapter 'Living the Archive: Joan Anim-Addo and the Case of Imoinda'. In: Nicholas Faraclas; Ronald Severing; Christa Weijer; Elisabeth Echteld and Marsha Hinds-Layne, eds. Transcultural Roots Uprising: The Rhizomatic Languages, Literatures, and Cultures of the Caribbean. 2 Curacao: (2013), an edited journal Imoinda: Criticism and Response, Vol 3 No 3, London: Mango Publishing, 2010 and a DVD Imoinda: Trans-global Conversations.