On 4 April, 1–2pm, AC Jordan 116, Prof. Andrew van der Vlies (QMUL, UWC) will be in conversation with Dr Erica Lombard (UCT) about Zoë Wicomb's Race, Nation, Translation and South African Writing in Transition.
English Honours students Daniela Friedman and Tasneem Allybokus have joined PEN SA as interns.
The launch of The Zulus of New York, by Zakes Mda. Mda will be in conversation with Nadia Davids.
Book Launch - Acts of Transgression: Contemporary Live Art in South Africa.
Q&A session between the editors and audience, facilitated by award-winning writer and playwright Nadia Davids.
Dr Mandisa Haarhoff presented her new work "White indigeneity" and Black Absenting in Farm and Karoo Writings to the Africana Gender and Expressive Arts Working Group at Northwestern University
Written in 2002, At Her Feet evokes the experiences of four Muslim women in Cape Town whose lives are touched by the events of 9/11 and by the honour killing of a Jordanian girl.
The Department is thrilled to announce that Associate Professor Barbara Boswell has been awarded the coveted Debut Award for South African Writing in English from the University of Johannesburg for her novel Grace (Modjaji Books, 2017)
Join us for our next seminar with prolific scholars, Deborah Thomas and Joy James. Due to flight times, this seminar will begin later than usual at 3 pm and end at 5 pm. Lunch will be served at 14:30 pm. The seminar will be in A.C. Jordan 116 on September 26th.
Associate Professor Barbara Boswell’s novel, Grace (Modjaji 2017) has been shortlisted for the UJ Debut Literary Prize for South African Writing in English
It is with great excitement that we invite you to join us for Monday's (17 September 2018) Black Archives Seminar! Mamela Nyamza and Mlondi Zondi will enter into a conversation titled Embodied Epistemes: Disappearance and the Archive!
Associate Professor Barbara Boswell was recently interviewed for the Cheeky Natives Podcast about her novel, Grace.
Professor Carrol Clarkson, Honorary Research Associate and former Head of the English Department, has won a UCT Meritorious Book Award for 2018, in recognition of her new monograph, Drawing the Line: Towards an Aesthetics of Transitional Justice.