MINTIRHO YA VULAVULA, arts, national identities and democracy in South Arica

: Mhlambi (I.) & Ngidi (S.) eds.

R 340.00
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451pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2021


Contributions include:

"For culture to determine history and history to determine culture: an edited address at MISTRA'S 'Arts and Culture Imbizo'" by Mongane Wally Serote

"Arts and culture are not weapons of the struggle", in conversation with Judge Albie Sachs

"Acts of culture: searching for a national South African identity in the context of arts, culture and heritage diversity" by Andries Walter Oliphant

"Between Sisters as a black feminist theatre aesthetic" by Refiloe Lepere

"Mad, mad country: Lewis Nkosi's subversive texts and the mind of South Africa" by Sandile Ngidi

"Renewed attractiveness: migrant imagination in shaping 'liveability' and collectivity through South African arts" by Robert Muponde

"Case Studies of 'glocalised' South African cultural productions from below: nation formation and social cohesion" by Innocentia Jabulisile Mhlambi.

Innocentia Jabulisile Mhlambi is associate professor and head of the Department of African Languages at the University of the Witwatersrand.

Sandile Ngidi is an arts activist and an isiZulu/English literary translator.