Dr. Judith Sinanga-Ohlmann

Dr. Judith Sinanga-Ohlmann is a graduate of the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis and Queen’s University . After her M A degree in Semiotics and Literary Sciences at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, she continued her studies at Queen’s University where she obtained her PhD degree in Francophone literatures.

She is a professor at the University of Windsor where she teaches

  • francophone literatures,
  • feminist literature and
  • Cultures from Sub-Saharan Africa.

Her areas of interest include

  • Diaspora,
  • exile,
  • social justice and feminist literature.

The condition of African women, the History, conduct and struggles of Black people constitute the main focus of her research.