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

Article from History on/and/in Film

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)

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