Critical Arts Special Issue: Contemporary African Cultural Studies
Edited by Keyan Tomaselli, Routledge and UNISA Press, Volume 30, Number 4/2016, 465 - 605 pages, Print ISSN: 0256-0046, Online ISSN: 1992-6049
Critical Arts, the Journal of South-North Cultural and Media Studies, co-published by the University of South Africa (UNISA), is a peer-reviewed journal focusing on developing transdisciplinary epistemologies in the South-North and East-West nexus. Authors are Africans debating Africa with the rest; and the rest debating Africa and the South with each other. Critical Arts recently published its Special Issue on Contemporary African Cultural Studies, a theme issue including articles on contemporary orientations in African Cultural Studies and its potential future, African queer studies, its non-migrant diasporas, postcolonial literature and sport, reconfiguring race in the online interactions, etc. Critical Arts prides itself in publishing original, readable and theoretically cutting-edge articles. It is a truly international journal - an international authorship, an international editorial board and international readership. It regularly receives submissions from the rest of Africa, as well as from India, Australia, USA, UK, Belgium, France, Ireland, etc.
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