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Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa

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Current Writing is published by the Southern African Literature and Culture Centre, with assistance from the English Department, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa. The journal is recognised by the South African university research incentive system as subsidy-earning. Current Writing focuses on literary and cultural debate around contemporary and re-published texts from southern Africa, and on the interpretation of world texts from a southern African perspective. Hence, the subtitle, Text and Reception in Southern Africa. Between 1989 and 1992 the journal appeared annually, and since 1993 has appeared twice a year. The October issues present articles on a particular topic or theme, and the April issues are 'open' to a range of interests. Each issue has a reviews section designed to keep readers up to date with pertinent local and international publications. Current Writing attracts contributions from leading scholars in the fields of southern African literary-cultural studies and postcolonial studies.

Vol 22, No 1 (2010)

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Articles

Last Stop “Little Gujarat”: Tracking South African Indian Writers on the Grey Street Writers’ Trail in Durban EMAIL FULL TEXT
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L Stiebel
Mapping a Self, Mapping Absence in Sally-Ann Murray’s Small Moving Parts EMAIL FULL TEXT
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JU Jacobs
Fashionably Ethnic: Individuality and Heritage in Greig Coetzee’s Happy Natives EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A Krueger
Fossicking in the House of Love: Apartheid Masculinity in The Folly EMAIL FULL TEXT
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G Gaylard
In Anticipation of Tomorrow: Globalisation and ‘Transnation’ in Serote’s History is the Home Address EMAIL FULL TEXT
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SS Olaoluwa
“It was my … hanslam”: Agaat as a Pastoral Evocation of Guilt and (Possibly) Forgiveness EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M van Vuuren
Media, Mediums and Metaphors: The Modern South African Sangoma in Various Texts EMAIL FULL TEXT
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G Postel
“Why are we suddenly talking about God?”: A Spiritual Turn in Recent Critical Writing EMAIL FULL TEXT
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I Dimitriu
Bona, Barometer of the Decades EMAIL FULL TEXT
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T Khuzwayo
“To Petrus”: Coetzee, Krog, Critics EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M Chapman
Review: "The Imagination of Freedom" EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M Lenta
Review: "Postcolonial Literature: A Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism" EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M Chapman


ISSN: 1013-929X
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