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Lyric↔L/language: essaying the poetics of contemporary women’s poetry.
(UNISA Press; Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2011)
Using the deliberately provocative strategies of “essaying” and “error”, which have become central to the poetry and poetics of women experimental writers such as Kathleen Fraser, Lyn Hejinian and Rachel Blau DuPlessis, ...
Ivan Vladislavic and what-what : among writers, readers and ‘other odds, sods and marginals’.
(Southern African Literature and Culture Centre, 2009)
This essay is an experimental quodlibet on some recent Johannesburg imaginative writing. It works outwards from a creative ‘overview’ of Ivan Vladislavić's position in South African literature to a perspective on versions ...
‘For my Torturer’: an African woman’s transformative art of truth, justice and peace-making during colonialism.
(Bridgewater State College., 2012)
Against a range of injustices African women have made powerful challenges to structural, gender and repressive violence through their interventions in questions of justice, dialogue, creativity and transformation. This ...
An enquiry into pedagogy and syllabus implementation in the Department of English at the University of Durban-Westville.
This investigation was originally conceived of as being part of a larger study which would have been devoted to the investigation of teaching in English departments at tertiary institutions in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal, ...
‘When in Rome…?’: Literary tourism in Rome from a South African perspective.
(Kamla-Raj Enterprises., 2013-07)
The post-NRF phase of KZN Literary Tourism in South Africa has seen the development of a number of literary trails throughout the province, funded by area-based municipalities and the National Arts Council of the country. ...