Journal Articles

  • With Elleke Boehmer. “Towards a Neerlandophone Postcolonial Studies.” In: DiGeST. Journal of Diversity and Gender Studies, 1.1 (June 2014). p. 61-72. DiGeSt 1,1 (2014)_Boehmer & De Mul
  • ‘M. Vasalis. Een biografie’ (review) In: Tijdschrift voor Gender Studies. 17.1 (2014), p. 91-95.
  • “Becoming Black in Belgium. The Social Construction of Black Identity in Chika Unigwe’s authorial representation and On Black Sisters’ Street.” In: Journal of Commonwealth Literature. 49.1 (March 2014): 12-27. Download the version accepted for publication here (e-mail me for published version): unigwe-JCL-final submission
  • ‘The Politics of the Zimbabwean Everyday in Doris Lessing’s African Laughter. Four Visits to Zimbabwe (1992).’ In: Doris Lessing Studies, 25.2. (2006): 10-14.
  • ‘Oproerkraaiers in het culturele landschap. De AEL en de identiteitspolitiek voor etnische minderheden in Vlaanderen’, In: Freespace Nieuwzuid, 10 (2003): 60-75

Book Chapters

  • ‘Belgien’ In: Handbuch Postkolonialismus und Literatur. herausgegeben von Dirk Gottsche, Axel Dunker und Gabriele Durbeck (Stuttgart/Weimar: Verlag J.B. Metzler, forthcoming 2015).
  • “Belgium” In: ­­Wiebke Sievers and Sandra Vlasta (eds.) Migration and Literature – a handbook of theories, approaches and readings (London & New York: Palgrave, forthcoming).
  • ‘The Role of Subnational Identity in Belgian (Post)colonialism’ In:  Gabriele Dürbeck and Axel Dunker (eds.) (Post)colonialism across Europe. Transcultural History and National Memory. Postkoloniale Studien in der Germanistik, Band 7 (Bielefeld: Aisthesis Verlag, 2014). pp. 87-106.
  • “The Netherlands is doing well. Allochtonous writing talent is blossoming there.” Defining Flemish Literature, Desiring allochtonous writings. In: Wolfgang Beschnitt, Sarah De Mul & Liesbeth Minaard (eds.) Literature, language and Multiculturalism in Scandinavia and the Low Countries. Textxet. Studies in Comparative Literature Series 71. (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi 2013), pp 123-148. Download here: Textxet 71 06 – Sarah De Mul
  • With Thomas Ernst. ‘Transnational Authorship and Multilingual Literature in Flanders.’ In: Wolfgang Beschnitt, Sarah De Mul & Liesbeth Minaard (eds.) Literature, language and Multiculturalism in Scandinavia and the Low Countries. Textxet. Studies in Comparative Literature Series 71. (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi 2013), pp 283 – 316. Download here: Textxet 71 13 – Sarah De Mul, Thomas Ernst
  • With Wolfgang Beschnitt and Liesbeth Minnaard. ‘Conclusion: A Comparative View’ in: Wolfgang Beschnitt, Sarah De Mul & Liesbeth Minaard (eds.) Literature, language and Multiculturalism in Scandinavia and the Low Countries. Textxet. Studies in Comparative Literature Series 71. (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi 2013), pp. 317-338.
  • ‘Postcolonialism and the Low Countries.’ In: E. Boehmer & Sarah De Mul (eds) The Postcolonial Low Countries. Literature, Colonialism and Multiculturalism. (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2012).
  • “The Holocaust as a Paradigm for the Congo Atrocities: Adam Hochschild’s King Leopold’s Ghost.”  Reprinted essay from Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts. In: E. Boehmer & Sarah De Mul (eds) The Postcolonial Low Countries. Literature, Colonialism and Multiculturalism. (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2012).
  • With Arnaut et al. ‘Inleiding: twintig jaar gemist multicultureel debat.’ In: Arnaut et al. Een leeuw in een kooi. De grenzen van het multiculturele Vlaanderen (Antwerpen & Amsterdam: Meulenhoff/Manteau 2009), 7-25.
  • With Bambi Ceuppens, ‘De vergeten Congolees: kolonialisme, postkolonialisme en multiculturalisme.’ In: Arnaut et al. Een leeuw in een kooi. De grenzen van het multiculturele Vlaanderen (Antwerpen & Amsterdam: Meulenhoff/Manteau 2009), 29-14.
  • With Sarah Bracke, ‘In naam van het feminisme. Beschaving, multiculturaliteit en vrouwenemancipatie.’ In: Arnaut et al. Een leeuw in een kooi. De grenzen van het multiculturele Vlaanderen (Antwerpen & Amsterdam: Meulenhoff/Manteau 2009), 49-92.
  • With Begüm Firat & Sonja van Wichelen. ‘Introduction.’ In: Sonja van Wichelen, De Mul, Sarah, Begum Firat, (red.), Commitment and Complicity in Cultural Theory and Practice (London: Palgrave MacMillan 2009). 1-16.
  • ‘Zimbabwe and the Politics of the Everyday in Doris Lessing’s African Laughter.’ In: Alex Rotas & Murat Aydemir (ed.) Migratory Settings (Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi 2008). 139-156.
  • ‘Women’s Travel Writing of the Black Atlantic and the Cultural Memory of Slavery. Ellen Ombre’s Wie goed bedoelt.’ In: Frederik Tygstrup & Ulrik Ekman (red.) Witness: Memory,Representation, and the Media in Question (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press 2008). pp.115-123.
  • ‘Homecoming as Migratory Aesthetics. Aya Zikken’s Travel Narrative Terug naar de atlasvlinder.’ In:Sam Durrant and Catherine M. Lord (red.), Essays in Migratory Aesthetics. Cultural Practices Between Migration and Art-making. (Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi 2007), 34-56.
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