4 edition of African language literatures and the political context of the 1990s found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||African languages literature in the political context of the 1990s|
|Statement||Charles Bodunde, (ed.).|
|Series||Bayreuth African studies series -- 56, Bayreuth African studies series -- 56.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||196 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||196|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: African language literatures and the political context of the 1990s book pages ; 21 cm. Contents: Aesthetics, media, and political currents in Yoruba literature / Charles Bodunde --Olú Owólabi's Òtè nibò: a documentary on Nigeria's political instability / Akintunde Akinyemi --Language manipulation in Hausa political poetry / Mohammed M.
Munkaila --Democracy and. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Auf dem Umschlag: African languages literature in the political context of the s. Description. Although African literatures in English and French are widely known outside Africa, those in the African languages themselves have not received comparable attention.
In this book a number have been selected for survey by fourteen specialist writers, providing the reader with an introduction to this very wide field and a body of reference material which includes extensive Reviews: 2.
SOUTH AFRICAN LANGUAGE LITERATURES by Ntongela Masilela The writing of African literature(s) in the African languages, rather than in the imperial and hegemonic English, was a historical project undertaken by the New African Movement in the process of constructing modernity in South Size: 23KB.
In African-Language Literatures, Innocentia Jabulisile Mhlambi charts new directions in the study of African-language literatures generally, and isiZulu fiction in particular. She proposes that African popular arts and culture models be considered as a solution to the debates and challenges informing discourses about expressive forms in African.
References to this book. African Language Literatures and the Political Context of the s Charles Bodunde Snippet view - Bibliographic information. Title: Kilio cha haki Llt Series: Author: Ali AlʼAmin Mazrui: Edition: 6.
African Language Literatures and the Political Context of the s Charles Bodunde Snippet view - African literature - African literature - Literatures in European and European-derived languages: Afrikaans literature in South Africa can be viewed in the context of Dutch literary tradition or South African literary tradition.
Within an African context, Afrikaans literature will be forever on the outside. As is the case with the language, it is caught in an identity crisis that was created. Book Description: African-language writing is in crisis.
The conditions African language literatures and the political context of the 1990s book which African writing developed in the past (only remotely similar to those of Western models), resulted in an inability of Eurocentric literary models to explore the hermeneutic world of African language poetics inherited from the oral and the modern worlds.
Most conspicuous is the layout, which takes the form of a book history, especially with all the explorations of manuscripts, alphabetic representations, and the production of autochthonous language literatures in book form.
This exploration of African-language literatures within the framework of the text almost African language literatures and the political context of the 1990s book as an independent survey.
African-language literatures, from their beginning, and black television dramas of the s successfully created fertile ground for the reception of drama series such as Ifa LaKwa-MthethwaHlala and Kwabafileyo. They were broadcast to an audience who had definite African Language indd /05/21 PMCited by: 2.
Abstract. The ‘postcolonial’ criticism of the s and African language literatures and the political context of the 1990s book — which both continues and inverts the ‘Commonwealth’ criticism inaugurated in the s — has promoted a binarized, generalized model of the world which has had the effect of eliminating African-language expression from by: In African-Language Literatures, Innocentia Jabulisile Mhlambi charts new directions in the study of African-language literatures generally and isiZulu fiction in particular by proposing that African popular arts and culture models be considered as a logical solution to Cited by: 2.
T he language of African literature cannot be discussed meaningfully outside the context of those social forces which have made it both an issue demanding our attention, and a problem calling for a resolution.
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The Rise of the African Novel is the first book to situate South African and African-language literature of the late s through the early s in relation to the literature of decolonization that spanned the s through the s, and the contemporary generation of established and emerging continental and diaspora African writers of international : Mukoma Wa Ngugi.
Lewis brings a uniquely informed perspective to the topic, having lived in South Africa, Tanzania, and Great Britain, and having taught African literature for over a decade. The book demonstrates his expert knowledge of local cultural history from to the present, in both Africa and Britain.
the African Other to register and inscribe cultural agency and subjectivity. This book, therefore, essentially negotiates African literature as a veritable site of cultural production and situates it within the dynamic of cultural politics.
The book critically evaluates African literature as a site of. African Languages, Cultures and Literatures Section We have unrivalled expertise in the languages of Africa, covering Swahili, Somali, Amharic, Zulu, Yorùbá and Hausa. In our department you can study literature in English and in African languages, African film.
Decolonising the Mind: the Politics of Language in African Literature (Heinemann Educational, ), by the Kenyan novelist and post-colonial theorist Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o, is a collection of essays about language and its constructive role in national culture, history, and book, which advocates linguistic decolonization, is one of Ngũgĩ's best-known and most-cited non Author: Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o.
Theoretical issues such as genre divisions are discussed in the essays and the historical, social and political forces at work in the creation and reception of African literature are examined.
Literature is treated as an art whose medium is language, so that both the oral and written forms are : B. Andrzejewski. The study of francophone North African literature has witnessed something of a surge in popularity over the last twenty years.
Although many of the richest and best-known literary works in French by North African writers were published in the lead-up to and aftermath of decolonization, criticism in this area has exploded in recent decades, in particular with the rise Cited by: 3. Zimbabwean Literature in African Languages Crossing language boundaries edited by Emmanuel M.
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The article argues, in particular, that world literature theories, just like postcolonial studies before them, perpetuate a vision of African-language literatures as locally constrained Author: Sara Marzagora. Nigerian Languages, Literatures, Culture and Reforms distinguished, and cherished African linguist of all times.
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