Imbizo

 

Imbizo : International Journal of African Literary and Comparative Studies is a scholarly and peer-reviewed journal of the department of English studies at the University of South Africa. The journal aims to foster critical debates on African Literary Theory, cultural studies, history and popular culture. The journal publishes original research articles, review articles and important conference proceedings on theoretical and practical perspectives that expand knowledge on discourses on the Africanisation of the processes of Africa’s literary creations.

 

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Vol 7, No 1 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

AN AMALGAM OF GENRES
Naomi Nkealah 1-3

Articles

THE INTERRELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORAL LITERATURE AND MUSEUM STUDIES
Enongene Mirabeau Sone 4-14
MANIFESTATIONS OF POWER AND RESISTENCE: AN EXPLORATION OF QUENTIN TARANTINO'S DJANGO UNCHAINED (2012) AND STEVE MCQUEEN'S 12 YEARS A SLAVE
Godknows Chera, Urther Rwafa 15-39
AFRICAN WOMEN AND FORBIDDEN GROUNDS: FEMALE SEXUALITY AND SELF-DETERMINATION IN AFRICAN LITERATURE
Oyeh O. Otu 40-54
AMBIGUITIES OF FORGIVENESS IN LEFT TO TELL: DISCOVERING GOD AMIDST THE RWANDAN HOLOCAUST (2006)
Shingirirai Gabi 55-63
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF LAND AND CULTURE IN SELECTED TEXTS BY CHENJERAI HOVE
Josephine Muganiwa 64-73
THE STATE SECURITY APPARATUS AND POLITICAL REPRESSION IN NGUGI WA THIONG’O’S PETALS OF BLOOD AND DEVIL ON THE CROSS
Emmanuel C. Okereke 74-90
FEMALE CHAUVINISTS AND MALE PATRIARCHS: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF GENDER RELATIONS IN AMA ATA AIDOO’S CHANGES: A LOVE STORY
Benon Tugume 91-100

Interview

INTERVIEW WITH ECKHARD BREITINGER
Naomi Nkealah 101-111