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Moving Worlds Issue 14.1 'African Arts: Contemporary Forms'

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ARTICLES

CHRISTINA S. MCMAHON, Of Gender, Governance, and Goats: Locating
Mário Lúcio Sousa’s Unorthodox Drama in Cape Verdean Culture
CHUKWUMA OKOYE, ‘Contemporary Dance, not African Dance’:
The Question of a Contemporary Nigerian Dance
NGUGI WA THIONG’O, The Language of Scholarship in Africa
BRENDON NICHOLLS, History, Intertextuality, and Gender in
Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Petals of Blood
JANE PLASTOW, Interrogations of Law and State Legitimacy in the Theatre
and Life of Ngu˜gi˜ wa Thiong’o
SUSAN NALUGWA KIGULI, Divine Inspiration and Healing:
Oral Poetry and Music in Uganda and South Africa
ANDREA GRANT, ‘Bye-bye Nyakatsi’:
Life through Song in Post-Genocide Rwanda


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CONTENTS 

 

EDITORIAL

Jane Plastow

 

TRIBUTE

ELLEKE BOEHMER,  Nelson Rohihlahla Mandela

 

POETRY

OKINBA LAUNKO,  Two Trees Came Into My Garden

MILDRED BARYA,  October,  Going Home,  The Sink

SUSAN KIGULI,  Guilty,  Tulips,  Amin is Dead

 

FICTION

ALEMSEGED TESFAI,  The Day Weki Burned

 

DRAMA

MÁRIO LÚCIO SOUSA,  Alone Onstage

Translated from Portuguese by Christina S. McMahon & Eunice S. Ferreira

 

ARTICLES

CHRISTINA S. MCMAHON,  Of Gender, Governance, and Goats: Locating

            Mário Lúcio Sousa’s Unorthodox Drama in Cape Verdean Culture

CHUKWUMA OKOYE,  ‘Contemporary Dance, not African Dance’:

            The Question of a Contemporary Nigerian Dance

NGUGI WA THIONG’O,  The Language of Scholarship in Africa

BRENDON NICHOLLS,  History, Intertextuality, and Gender in

            Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Petals of Blood

JANE PLASTOW,  Interrogations of Law and State Legitimacy in the Theatre

            and Life of Ngu˜gi˜ wa Thiong’o

SUSAN NALUGWA KIGULI,  Divine Inspiration and Healing:

            Oral Poetry and Music in Uganda and South Africa

ANDREA GRANT,  ‘Bye-bye Nyakatsi’

            Life through Song in Post-Genocide Rwanda

 

INTERVIEW

HO JIA XUAN & REBECCA LIM with Tash Aw

 

REVIEW

by Michelle Chiang

 

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS