The University of Cape Town's English Language and Literature Department is ranked in the top 50 of this international ranking system
Masters student Esthie Hugo attends international conference Locating the Gothic in limmerick Ireland.
A collaborative effort by the cast and crew of Otelo Burning, the Isiqalo Waves for Change programme, members of the Department of English at UCT and a PhD student from Stellenbosch leads to a multi-dimensional way of looking at, and doing freedom, in a new South Africa.
by Warren Jeremy Rourke
An event celebrating the rich meanings engendered through the human interaction and use of the beach.
Members of the UCT English Department showcased some of their skills at annual Open Book Festival 2014
By Esthie Hugo
Masande Ntshanga wins International PEN New Voices Award
The launch of Hedley Twidle's book Firepool: Experiences in an Abnormal World at the Book Lounge in Cape Town
The English department team contributes to the publication of the International Journal of Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, Volume 15 Number 1 (2016)
“Reclaiming Sex and Queering the Word: Black Women’s Poetry on Sexuality”
ELL welcomes 18 new Honours students this year, and 14 new Masters students.
Reading the legacies of Gandhi with the contemporary voice.