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 2 (2016)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Religion, gender and race relations under scrutiny
Naomi Nkealah 1-3

Articles

AFRICAN LITERATURE AND INDIGENOUS RELIGION: A STUDY OF WOLE SOYINKA’S DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN AND D.O. FAGUNWA’S ADIITU OLODUMARE
Femi Abodunrin 4-20
LINGUISTIC REPRESENTATION OF RELIGIOUS IDENTITY AND IDEOLOGY IN SELECTED POSTCOLONIAL NIGERIAN LITERATURE
Ikenna Kamalu, Isaac Tamunobelema 21-35
DJANGO UNCHAINED: REDISCOURSING RACIAL RELATIONS DURING THE SLAVE TRADE
Peace Mukwara, Tatenda Mangosho 36-43
GENDER AND CULTURAL NEGOTIATION IN NINAH’S DOWRY: EXPLORING A CAMEROONIAN VIEW
Yvette Ngum 44-54
WOMEN WHO HAVE KILLED: THE PSYCHO-SOCIAL EFFECTS OF PRISON LIFE
Zanele Nyamakai, Barbra Chiyedza Manyarara 55-70
WHEN INDEMNITY BECOMES DISDAINFUL: REVENGE AS METAPHOR FOR ‘UNFINISHED BUSINESSES’ IN POST-APARTHEID SOUTH AFRICAN DRAMA
Busuyi Mekusi 71-83
BREAKING GENDER STEREOTYPES: WOMEN AND WORK IN THE FILM THE NO. 1 LADIES’ DETECTIVE AGENCY
Washington Mushore 84-91

Interview

INTERVIEW WITH PETINA GAPPAH
Faith Mkwesha 92-98