AiW Guest Bwesigye bwa Mwesigire AiW note: Africa in Words has long been engaged with the work of Carli Coetzee, and we particularly admire the care that she takes in thinking through the nature of our work as academics and… Read More ›
Centre for African Cultural Excellence
Call for Applications / Appel à candidature: Arts Management & Literary Activism Workshop, 5th Annual Writivism Festival, 17-20 August 2017, Kampala, Deadline 30 June 2017
Call for Applications / Appel à candidature Arts Management and Literary Activism Workshop at the 5th Annual Writivism Festival 17-20 August 2017 Kampala, Uganda Have you set up or are you thinking of setting up a new platform that publishes or brings new audiences… Read More ›
Q&A: ‘Law is an extension of Literature’, says Kyomuhendo Ateenyi, the Ugandan poet exiled in the law.
Bwesigye Bwa Mwesigire writes: I first came to know Kyomuhendo Ateenyi from his literary, epistolary and blogging practice at Makerere University. His poetry and political commentary published on university notice boards and a variety of blog platforms provided the metaphor… Read More ›
Call for Applications / Appel à candidature: Arts Management and Literary Entrepreneurship Workshop, 4th Annual Writivism Festival, 22-25 August 2016, Kampala, Deadline 29 July 2016
DEADLINE EXTENDED FOR 3 DAYS to midnight (GMT+1) Friday 29 July 2016 Call for Applications / Appel à candidature: Arts Management and Literary Entrepreneurship Workshop at the 4th Annual Writivism Festival 22-25 August 2016 Kampala, Uganda Have you set up or… Read More ›