Month: September 2015

Call for Papers: ‘Boredom’, at the African Literature Association Conference, April 2016

From the Journal of African Cultural Studies African Literature Association Conference Atlanta, USA April 6-9, 2016 “Boredom” Panel organizers: Carli Coetzee and Ato Quayson In a public lecture titled “Being African in the World” delivered in Johannesburg, South Africa,… Read More ›

Q&A: Namwali Serpell

Shortly before Namwali Serpell became the sixteenth winner of the Caine Prize for African Writing, I had the chance to ask her a couple of questions about reading her winning story ‘The Sack’ and its many modes of uncertainty. This Q&A forms part… Read More ›