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Margins and the their im/possibilities: edgy textualities and encounters in Easter African imaginaries2018 Journal of African cultural studies 30 (1): 1-5
  • Grace A. Musila
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Margins and the their im/possibilities: edgy textualities and encounters in Easter African imaginaries'
Vassanji's disquiet with history in A place within2018 Journal of African cultural studies 30 (1): 6-19
  • Godwin Siundu
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Margins and the their im/possibilities: edgy textualities and encounters in Easter African imaginaries'
Utopian envisioning: politics of belonging and the emergence of the first Indian South African and East African novels2018 Journal of African cultural studies 30 (1): 20-35
  • James Ocita
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Margins and the their im/possibilities: edgy textualities and encounters in Easter African imaginaries'
Shifting marginalities in Ham Mukasa and Sir Apolo Kagwa's Uganda's Katikiro in England2018 Journal of African cultural studies 30 (1): 36-48
  • Danson Sylvester Kahyana
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Margins and the their im/possibilities: edgy textualities and encounters in Easter African imaginaries'; Luganda summary
From the margins to the mainstream: making and remaking an alternative music economy in Dar es Salaam2018 Journal of African cultural studies 30 (1): 65-80
  • David Kerr
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Margins and the their im/possibilities: edgy textualities and encounters in Easter African imaginaries'
Kenya noir. Crime fiction's critique2018 Journal of African cultural studies 30 (1): 81-92
  • Julia Augart
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Margins and the their im/possibilities: edgy textualities and encounters in Easter African imaginaries'
Voicing marginality: disability in Leila Aboulela's Lyrics alley2018 Journal of African cultural studies 30 (1): 93-104
  • Ken Junior Lipenga
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Margins and the their im/possibilities: edgy textualities and encounters in Easter African imaginaries'
China-Africa media interactions: media and popular culture between business and state intervention2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (1): 1-10
  • Jedlowskim Alessandro
  • Ute Röschenthaler
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'China-Africa media interactions: media and popular culture between business and state intervention'
New directions in the study of Africa-China media and communication engagements2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (1): 11-24
  • Bob Wekesa
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'China-Africa media interactions: media and popular culture between business and state intervention'
Visual representations in South Africa of China and Chinese people2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (1): 25-45
  • Khangelani Moyo
  • Philip Harrison
  • Yan Yang
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'China-Africa media interactions: media and popular culture between business and state intervention'
Watching Hong Kong martial arts film under apartheid2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (1): 46-62
  • Cobus van Staden
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'China-Africa media interactions: media and popular culture between business and state intervention'
Representing 'otherness' in African popular media: Chinese characters in Ethiopian video-films2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (1): 63-80
  • Alessandro Jedlowski
  • Michael W. Thomas
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'China-Africa media interactions: media and popular culture between business and state intervention'
Perspectives of Zimbabwe-China relations in Wallace Chirumiko's 'Made in China' (2012) and NoViolet Bulawayo's We need new names (2013)2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (1): 81-95
  • Terrence Musanga
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'China-Africa media interactions: media and popular culture between business and state intervention'
The Chinese presence in the Malian mediascape2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (1): 96-113
  • Birama Diakon
  • Ute Röschenthalter
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'China-Africa media interactions: media and popular culture between business and state intervention'
Covering Ebola: a comparative analysis of CCTV Africa's Talk Africa and Al Jazeera English's Inside story2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (1): 114-30
  • Shubo Li
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'China-Africa media interactions: media and popular culture between business and state intervention'
Making space for emotions: exploring China-Africa 'mediated relationships' through CCTV-9s documentary African Chronicles (Feizhou jishi)2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (1): 131-47
  • Giovanna Puppin
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'China-Africa media interactions: media and popular culture between business and state intervention'
Un/making difference through performance and mediation in contemporary Africa2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (2)
  • Dorothea Schulz
  • Heike Becker
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815introduction to special issue
Dancing to the rhythm of Léopoldville: nostalgia, urban critique and generational difference in Kinshasa's TV music shows2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (2): 158-76
  • Katrien Pype
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Un/making difference through performance and mediation in contemporary Africa'
Making Manding in the concert hall - Jali pop in Paris2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (2): 177-93
  • Hauke Dorsch
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Un/making difference through performance and mediation in contemporary Africa'; Malinke summary
Positioning and making citizenship through Obama K'Ogelo Cultural Festival in Siaya County, Kenya2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (2): 194-210
  • Steve Ouma Akoth
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Un/making difference through performance and mediation in contemporary Africa'; Dholuo summary
Performative ethnography: difference and conviviality of everyday multiculturalism in Bellville (Cape Town)2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (2): 211-26
  • Ala Rabiha Alhourani
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Un/making difference through performance and mediation in contemporary Africa'
'C'est d'abord moi': performing the identity of a professional female choreographer2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (2): 227-43
  • Nadine Sieveking
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Un/making difference through performance and mediation in contemporary Africa'
A hip-hopera in Cape Town: the aesthetics, and politics of performing 'Afrikaaps'2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (2): 211-26
  • Heike Becker
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Un/making difference through performance and mediation in contemporary Africa'
'Thighs fell apart': online fan fiction, and African writing in a digital age2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (3): 261-75
  • James Yékú
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
Alice in Wonderland: translating to read across Africa2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (3): 276-91
  • Russell H. Kaschula
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
Oral poetry as herding tool: a study of cattle songs as children's art and cultural exercise among the Guji-Oromo in Ethiopia2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (3): 292-310
  • Tadesse Jaleta Jirata
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815Oromo summary
Teatro Asmara: understanding Eritrean drama through a study of the national theatre2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (3): 311-30
  • Jane Plastow
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
Intersecting temporalities, cultural (un)translatability and African film aesthetics: Ntshavheni wa Luruli's Elewani2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (3): 331-44
  • Pier Paolo Frassinelli
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
Animal likenesses: dogs and the boundary of the human in South Africa2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (3): 345-61
  • Gabeba Baderoon
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
Orí and Elédàá in poverty conceptualization in traditional Yorùbá religion: challenging developmental and aid organizations' understandings of poverty2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (3): 362-76
  • Abosede Omowumi Babátúndé
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
Nature and environmentalism of the poor: eco-poetry from the Niger delta region of Nigeria2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (1): 1-12
  • Sule Emmanuel Egya
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
The opportunism of political music culture in democratic Nigeria2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (1): 13-27
  • Garhe Osiebe
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
Toxification of national holidays and national identity in Zimbabwe's post-2000 nationalism2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (1): 28-43
  • Shepherd Mpofu
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
The human/animal in contemporary South African photography2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (1): 44-60
  • Amy Halliday
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
Cosmopolitanism with African roots. Afropolitanism's ambivalent mobilities2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (1): 61-72
  • Susanne Gehrmann
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
Afropolitanism as critical consciousness: Chimananda Ngozi Adichie's and Teju Cole's internet presence2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (1): 73-87
  • Miriam Pahl
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
The politics of Afropolitanism2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (1): 88-100
  • Amatoritsero Ede
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
Introduction2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (1): 101-3
  • Carli Coetzee
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in thematic section 'Contemporary conversations: Afropolitanism: reboot'
'Why I am (still) not an Afropolitan2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (1): 104-8
  • Emma Dabiri
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in thematic section 'Contemporary conversations: Afropolitanism: reboot'
Part-time Africas, Europolitan and 'Africa lite'2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (1): 109-13
  • Grace A. Musila
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in thematic section 'Contemporary conversations: Afropolitanism: reboot'
'We Afropolitians'2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (1): 114-19
  • Chileozona Eze
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in thematic section 'Contemporary conversations: Afropolitanism: reboot'
Exorcizing the future: Afropolitanism's spectral origins2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (1): 120-6
  • Stephanie Bosch Santana
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in thematic section 'Contemporary conversations: Afropolitanism: reboot'
Afro-superheroes: prepossessing the future?2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (3): 241-4
  • Carli Coetzee
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815introduction to special issue
Akpos don come again: Nigerian cyberpop hero as trickster2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (3): 245-61
  • James Yékú
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Afro-superheroes: prepossessing the future'
'Akokhan returns': Kenyan newspaper comics and the making of an 'African' superhero2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (3): 262-74
  • Duncan Omanga
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Afro-superheroes: prepossessing the future'
'Naija Halloween or wetin?': Naija superheroes and a time-traveling performance2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (3): 275-82
  • Ying Cheng
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Afro-superheroes: prepossessing the future'
Arugba: superwoman, power and agency2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (3): 283-91
  • Rotimi Arugba
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Afro-superheroes: prepossessing the future'
Amani Abeid and Paul Ndunguru: the archaeology of a superhero2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (3): 292-8
  • Gus Casley-Hayford
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Afro-superheroes: prepossessing the future'
Interpreting the fantastic: video-film as intervention2016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (3): 299-312
  • Nomusa Makhubu
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in special issue 'Afro-superheroes: prepossessing the future'
Beyond Négritude: black cultural citizenship and the Arab question in FESTAC 772016 Journal of African cultural studies 28 (3): 313-26
  • Andrew Apter
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815