academe’s willful ignorance


I am happy to announce the reply to the earlier article written by Wai Chee Dimock, the professor of English and American Studies at Yale University (USA). She felt compelled to write a few words about African Literature. The reply is written by Aaron Bady, who knows a thing or two about African Literature. Maybe … Continue reading academe’s willful ignorance

a literary scramble for africa


She is a professor of English and American Studies at Yale University (United States of America). I do not know if the word ‘English’ relates to England or to the English language. The English language is widely spoken in African countries. One of the results is that writers from these countries write in English. And … Continue reading a literary scramble for africa