African Cultural Studies
A site mounted by the Centre for Research in Culture and Communication at Murdoch University in association with The Centre for Cultural & Media Studies at the University of Natal, Durban, South Africa
Charles L. Geshekter 'The page versus the screen: the historian as film
producer'. In T. O'Regan & B. Shoesmith eds. History on/and/in Film. Perth: History & Film Association of Australia, 1987. 147-52.
Articles from Span
Jenny de Reuck, John de Reuck, 'The referendum in South Africa: a triumph of the spirit?'
Garry Gillard, 'Narrative situation and ideology in five novels of Ayi Kwei Armah'
Cynthia vanden Driesen, Doughty Slave-girls and slavish career-girls: Representations of the West African (Ibo) female in selected works of Emecheta and Achebe
Elizabeth Lawson, Not either an Experimental Doll: The Making of the South African Heroine
Michelle Vizzard, "Of Mimicry and Woman": hysteria and anticolonial feminism in Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions
Garry Gillard, Postcolonialism/Space/Postmodernism: Ayi Kwei Armah
Stephen Finn, Transcolonial Metapoetry in South Africa
Paul Rich, Literature and Political Revolt in South Africa: the Cape Town crisis of 1984-86 in the novels of J. M. Coetzee, Richard Rive and Menan DePlessis
Norman Cary, Achebe's Novels and Their Religious Context: Missiological and Fictional Discourse
Sue Kossew, "Women's Words": A Reading of J.M. Coetzee's Women Narrators
Hugh Webb, Passionate Spaces: African Literature and the Post-Colonial Context (complete)
Books on Southern African Media from Anthropos Publishing
Voices and Visions
Appropriating Images: The Semiotics of Visual Anthropology
The Cinema of Apartheid: Race and Class in South African Film
Positions | Papers | Policies
The People's Communication Charter
Cultural Studies and New Initiatives in South Africa Today
African Studies Project for Ohio State Exchange Program
Postgraduate study in Africa
CMS PG program
African and related sites
Black Cultural Studies site: 'around questions of ethnicity, race, and gender'
CRCC | New: 29 September, 1996 | Now: 26 February, 2015