1. Lifting the Cloak of (In)Visibility: A Writer's Perspective
  2. Véronique Tadjo
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  1. Literary Publishing After Nigerian Independence: Mbari as Celebration
  2. James Currey
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  1. Publishing in Africa from Independence to the Present Day
  2. Walter Bgoya, Mary Jay
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  1. The Caine Prize and Contemporary African Writing
  2. Lizzy Attree
  3. pp. 35-47
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  1. Black on Black: (In)Visibility in African Literary Heterotopias
  2. Tiziana Morosetti
  3. pp. 48-61
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  1. Sihle Khumalo, Cape to Cairo, and Questions of Intertextuality: How to Write About Africa, How to Read About Africa
  2. Carli Coetzee
  3. pp. 62-75
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  1. Between Remembering and Forgetting: (In)Visible Rwanda in Gilbert Gatore's Le Passé devant soi
  2. Nicki Hitchcott
  3. pp. 76-90
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  1. The Critical Powers of Salimata's Disenchantment: A Gendered Rereading of Ahmadou Kourouma's Les Soleils des indépendances
  2. Elisabeth Bekers
  3. pp. 91-104
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  1. Making the Invisible Visible: Photographic Trials in Neil Abramson's Soldier Child
  2. Anthony Levin
  3. pp. 105-124
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  1. The Politics of Representation and Audience Reception: Alternative Visions of Africa
  2. Florence Ayisi, Catalin Brylla
  3. pp. 125-141
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  1. Representing Africa in the UK: Programming the Africa in Motion Film Festival
  2. Lizelle Bisschoff
  3. pp. 142-162
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  1. Visualizing the Mental City: The Exploration of Cultural and Subjective Topographies by Contemporary Performance Artists in Johannesburg
  2. Fiona Siegenthaler
  3. pp. 163-176
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  1. Announcement
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  1. Introduction: Tracing the Visible and the Invisible through African Literature, Publishing, Film, and Performance Art
  2. Zoe Norridge, Charlotte Baker, Elleke Boehmer
  3. pp. V-XI
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