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Rethinking eastern African literary and intellectual landscapes

James Ogude

Rethinking eastern African literary and intellectual landscapes

by James Ogude

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Published by Africa World Press in Trenton, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • East African literature (English),
  • Intellectual life,
  • History and criticism,
  • East African literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementeds. James Ogude, Grace A. Musila and Dina Ligaga
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR9340.5 .R48 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25101829M
    ISBN 101592218865, 1592218857
    ISBN 109781592218868, 9781592218851
    LC Control Number2011044069

    Rethinking Eastern African Literary And Intellectual Landscapes (Paperback) Simon Gikandi £ Paperback. She also co-edited Rethinking Eastern African Intellectual Landscapes (Africa World Press, ) with James Ogude and Dina Ligaga. She has also published articles on Eastern and Southern African literatures and popular culture.

    She also co-edited Rethinking Eastern African Intellectual Landscapes (Africa World Press, ) with James Ogude and Dina Ligaga. She writes on Eastern and Southern African literatures and popular culture. Danai Mupotsa is senior lecturer and HOD of the department of African Literature at Wits, where she completed her PhD. She holds a BA in. Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes Africa World (pbk.); (hbk.) Zapf, Hubert (ed. and foreword) Amerikanische Literaturgeschichte Metzler Kelley, Wyn (ed. and preface) A Companion to Herman Melville Blackwell Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture Collier, Gordon (ed. and introd.);.

    In: Rethinking eastern African literary and intellectual landscapes. Africa World Press Inc., Trenton, NJ, USA. ISBN Ogola, George Otieno () The political economy of the media in Kenya: From Kenyatta’s ‘nation-building’ press to Kibaki’s fragmented nation. Africa Today, 57 (3). pp. ISSN Rethinking the Novel of Ideas and Intellectual History. I suppose I was thinking of the difference between intellectual historians and literary scholars as much in terms of what intellectual historians are not likely to do with a text as I think even a lit-crit approach would have to acknowledge that the book transcends its genres in.


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This book’s boundary-pushing methodology lends it a remarkable blend of integrity and risk that is generative for future reflections on ethnographic practice and the productive modes of addressing questions of positionality in research practice.” —Grace Musila, coeditor of Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual LandscapesAuthor: Adriaan Van Klinken.

She has also co-edited [with James Ogude and Dina Ligaga] an essay collection titled Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes (Africa World Press, ). She is currently working on a monograph on the murder of British tourist Julie Ward at the Maasai Game Reserve in Kenya.

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Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies is co James et al., eds. Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes. I hailed the arrival of an autographed copy of Rethinking East African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes on Auga scholarly study with 19 chapters and an impressive bibliography.

In addition, he has edited a number of books in literature and related areas and these include: Chinua Achebe’s Legacy: Illuminations from Africa (); Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes (), and Urban Legends, Colonial Myths: Popular Culture and Literature in East Africa ().

Ogude has published numerous. Kwani. and the Imaginations around Re-invention of Art and Culture in Kenya Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes., New Jersey: Africa World Press Odhiambo, T. this thesis appear as a chapter in a recent () book, Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes; “Influence of Mashairi tradition on Contemporary East African Poetry in English.” Edwin Mosoti 12th July, “By showcasing a rich array of Kenyan queer creative practices, Adriaan van Klinken makes a compelling case for religion as a discursive site of African queer subjectivity, agency, and queer inventiveness that point to a nascent African queer theology.”—Grace Musila, coeditor of Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes.

This book's boundary-pushing methodology lends it a remarkable blend of integrity and risk that is generative for future reflections on ethnographic practice and the productive modes of addressing questions of positionality in research practice."-Grace Musila, coeditor of Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes "Van.

The most recent co-edited book is: Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes. Professor Ogude has published numerous articles in peer reviewed journals in the area of African Literature and Popular Culture in Africa, appearing in leading journals such as Research in African Literatures and PMLA.

He has also co-edited, Urban Legends, Colonial Myths: Popular Culture and Literature in East Africa, Trenton: Africa World Press, and more recently Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes, published in by Africa World Press, New Jersey.

Eco-Critical Literature: Regreening African Landscapescritically examines the representations, constructions, and imaginings of the relationship between the human and non-human worlds in contemporary African literature and culture. It offers innovative, incisive, and critical perspectives on the importance of sustaining a symbiotic relationship between humans and their environment.

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In: Rethinking eastern African literary and intellectual landscapes. Africa World Press, Trenton, NJ, USA. ISBN Ogola, George Otieno ORCID: () ‘If you rattle a snake, be prepared to be bitten’: Popular Culture, Politics and the Kenyan News Media’.

Intellectual historians of Africa are principally concerned with how Africans have understood and contested the contexts that they inhabited in the past, and how ideas and vernacular discourses change over time. As a particular approach in historical methodology it is closely associated with cultural history, and its evolution followed the emergence of political history writing during the Author: Jonathon L.

Earle.Ghanaian Popular Fiction; Ogude, Musila, and Ligaga, Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes; Musila), whereas research into African writers who are also published and circulated elsewhere is positioned as contributing to debates about African literature (articulated as singular “literature”) in the.