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Depiction of African indigenous education in Akiki Nyabongo’s Africa answers back (1936)
CITATION: Kahyana, D. S. 2016. Depiction of African indigenous education in Akiki Nyabongo’s Africa answers back (1936). Alternation, 18:241-254.
The Poetics of Place and Space in Michael David Kyazze’s Zimbabwe-Set Novel Rustlings of the Mulberry Tree (2014)
The essay explores the centrality of place and space in the Ugandan Michael David Kyazze’s Zimbabwe-set Rustlings of the Mulberry Tree (2014), a novel which details the fight against pederasty ofExpand
What If It Wasn’t Kato Who Raped Diana? Representing the Yearning for Justice in As I Stood Dead Before the World: Creative Writing from Luzira Prison (2018)
The article examines how selected works in Uganda’s first anthology of prison-authored work, As I Stood Dead before the World: Creative Writing from Luzira Prison (2018), handle one of the issues ofExpand
Shifting marginalities in Ham Mukasa and Sir Apolo Kagwa’s Uganda’s Katikiro in England
ABSTRACT In Uganda’s Katikiro in England (a record of the journey that Sir Apolo Kagwa and his personal secretary, Ham Mukasa, made to England to attend the coronation of Edward VII) there areExpand
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Writing dictatorship and misrule in Uganda: Susan N. Kiguli’s The African Saga
This article explores the portrayal of one aspect of the theme of dictatorship and misrule in Susan Nalugwa Kiguli’s first collection of poems, The African Saga, that is, the cruel leadership that isExpand
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Negotiating (Trans)national Identities in Ugandan Literature
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: This thesis examines how selected Ugandan literary texts portray constructions and negotiations of national identities as they intersect with overlapping and cross-cuttingExpand
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A Ugandan Poet Remembers the Rwanda Genocide on Facebook in Canada: The Transnational Aesthetics of Juliane Okot Bitek’s 100 Days (2016)
In 2014, Juliane Okot Bitek decided to commemorate twenty years of the Rwanda Genocide by writing a poem a day for 100 days on her Facebook page. This sequence of poems was later published in 2016 byExpand