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FACULTY OF HUMANITIES
(CONTINUED)
DRAMA
JOURNAL ARTICLES
Broodryk CW. 2016. Ons sal antwoord op jou roepstem: Steve Hofmeyr and Afrikaner identity in post-apartheid Afrikaans cinema. In Communicare: Journal for Communication Sciences in Southern Africa, 35(1), pp 59-67.
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
Broodryk CW. 2016. Jungian re ections on South African cinema: an exploration of cinema and healing. In Exploring the collective unconscious in the age of digital media. IGI Global.
ENGLISH
JOURNAL ARTICLES
Chennells AJ. 2016. The sweetest dream: Lessing, Zimbabwe and Catholicism. In Journal of Southern African Studies, 42(1), pp 111-125.
de Waal MF. 2016. The poetry of dream and the threat of barrenness in three sonnets by John Keats. In English Academy Review, 33(1), pp 72-86.
Fasselt R. 2016. Towards a “New Africanity”: Southern connectivities and Lusofonia in Imraan Coovadia’s Alternate history in the Institute for taxi poetry. In Current Writing, 28(1), pp 26-39.
Fasselt R. 2016. Where to locate the self? Gendered hospitality, African immigration and white self-renewal in Nadine Gordimer’s The pickup. In Journal of Literary Studies, 32(2), pp 13-36.
Fasselt R. 2016. Making and unmaking ‘African foreignness’: African settings, African migrants and the migrant detective in contemporary South African crime  ction. In Journal of Southern African Studies, 42(6), pp 1109-1124.
Fasselt R. 2016. Post)Colonial We-Narratives and the “Writing Back” Paradigm: Joseph Conrad’s The Nigger of the “Narcissus” and Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s A Grain of Wheat. In Poetics Today, 37(1), pp 1-10.
Gray RA. 2016. Promoting the poetic cause in Ben Okri’s stokus from Tales of freedom (2009). In Literator, 37(1), pp 1-10.
Knoetze R. 2015. A tale of ‘synne and harlotries’? The Miller’s tale as social ideology. In Southern African Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 25(1), pp 33-59.
Medalie D. 2016. Remembering life under apartheid with fondness: The memoirs of Jacob Dlamini and Chris van Wyk. In English in Africa, 43(3), pp 43-60.
Moonsamy NL. 2016. A “funny feeling”: Laughter and nostalgia in Alex Latimer’s The space race. In English in Africa, 43(3), pp 43-60. Sandwith CL. 2016. The Idea of reading in early 20th-Century South Africa. In Journal of Southern African Studies, 42(6), pp 1095-1108.
Sandwith CL. 2016. Frailties of the  esh: Observing the body in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple hibiscus. In Research in African Literatures, 47(1), pp 95-108.
SoldatiKahimbaara KT. 2016. Parental ‘coming out’: the journeys of black South African mothers through their personal narratives. In South African Review of Sociology, 47(3), pp 110-128.
Weder N. 2016. Rewriting the body: A critique of current readings of gender and identity in Jeanette Winterson’s Written on the body. In English Academy Review, 33(1), pp 7-16.
Wessels JA. 2016. Cultural polarities in Frances Hodgson Burnett’s children’s Books. In Mousaion, 34(2), pp 67-82. 108 | UP Research Outputs 2016


































































































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