restricted access   Volume 30, Number 1, Spring 1999

Table of Contents

From: Research in African Literatures

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p. 241

Notes on Contributors

pp. 243-244

Guidelines for Contributors

pp. 245-246


Theater and the Rites of "Post-Negritude" Remembering

pp. 1-11

Prose-Poem-Drama: "Proemdra"--"Black Aesthetics" versus "White Aesthetics" in South Africa

pp. 12-33

From Shakais Court to the Trade Union Rally: Praises in a Usable Past

pp. 34-43

Nani Alionja Nini? Who Had a Taste of What? A Sociopolitical Interpretation of Farouk Topanis Play Aliyeonja Pepo ("A Taste of Heaven"), Dar es Salaam, 1973

pp. 44-57

A Rhetorical Study of Kiswahili Classical Poetry: An Investigation into the Nature and Role of Repetition

pp. 58-73

Postproverbials in Yoruba Culture: A Playful Blasphemy

pp. 74-82

A Poetic Structure in Hausa Proverbs

pp. 83-115

Gender-Role Perceptions in the Akan Folktale

pp. 116-139

The Idea of Democracy in African Tales

pp. 140-153

Versions and Inversions: Mau Mau in Kahigais Dedan Kimathi: The Real Story

pp. 154-161


A Conversation with Ngugi wa Thiongio

pp. 162-168

The Development of Lusophone Africais Literary Magazines

pp. 169-183

Engendering Racism: History and History Teachers in English Schools

pp. 184-203


Stephen Arnold Declared "Friend of Africa"

pp. 204-206

Review Essay

Opening Southern African Studies Post-Apartheid

pp. 207-215

Oruku Tindi Tindi : Museums and the Pseudo-Aesthethics of Primitivism

pp. 216-232

Book Reviews

The Politics of Home: Postcolonial Relocations and Twentieth-Century Fiction (review)

pp. 233-235

Poetics of Relation (review)

pp. 235-237

Women Filmmakers of the African and Asian Diaspora: Decolonizing the Gaze, Locating Subjectivity, and: With Open Eyes: Women and African Cinema (review)

pp. 238-240


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