: Ncube (G.)

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159pp., paperback, Makhanda, 2022


"The strength of the book is the author's expertise on North African cinema, which is a region often very overlooked in scholarship on queer Africa. The focus on the body is also unique." Lindsey Green-Simms Department of Literature, American University, Washington DC

Dr Gibson Ncube teaches in the department of Modern Foreign Languages at Stellenbosch University. He is the author of La sexualité queer au Maghreb à travers la literature (2018), and co-edited Power, Politics & Production: Essays on Ndebele cultural production in Zimbabwe (2020), Cultures of Change in Contemporary Zimbabwe: Socio-political transition from Mugabe to Mnangagwa (2021) and The Zimbabwean Crisis after Mugabe: Multidisciplinary perspectives (2021). Between 2020 and 2022, he served as co-convenor of the Queer African Studies Association and was the 2021 Mary Kingsley Zochonis Distinguished Lecturer (African Studies Association UK & Royal African Society).