We Are Not Yet Free: Nigeria’s Independence Day

Every 1st of October , Nigerians celebrate freedom,

We remember, recall the day we were set free.

Set free?

Were we not born equal to all, were we not born free? Continue reading “We Are Not Yet Free: Nigeria’s Independence Day”

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Call for Abstracts: ALA conference 2017 – Africa and the World, deadline 15 November 2016

‘Call for Abstracts: ALA conference 2017 – Africa and the World, deadline 15 November 2016’

Call for Abstracts

African Literature Association Conference 2017

Africa and the World: Literature, Politics, and Global Geographies

ALA2017The theme chosen for the June 14-17, 2017 conference at Yale seeks to engage with and interrogate recent shifts in critical and theoretical frameworks from regional, national, and “postcolonial” models towards “world literature” as a framework for understanding the literatures of the Global South. How useful is the category of world literature in our ongoing contestation of Eurocentrism in the interpretation of African literatures and cultures? What possibilities are offered by African literatures and cultures for (re)imagining the world, including the “world” posited by recent theorizations?

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