The Relevance of (South African) Renaissance Studies
This paper is part of a longer piece devoted to the elucidation of two related propositions. The first is that in South Africa the humanities in general, and Renaissance Studies in particular, are stymied by a lack of strategic thinking from those in the academy. The second is that the humanities, and Renaissance Studies, and Shakespeare, are valid and needed in this country, possibly as never before.
Shakespeare in Southern Africa Vol. 17 2005: pp. 19-26