SASINDA FUTHI SISELAPHA (STILL HERE), Black feminist approaches to cultural studies in South Africa's twenty-six years since 1994

: Marco (D.), Willoughby-Herard (T.) & Zegeye (A.) eds.

R 690.00
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240pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Trenton, 2021


Contributions include:

"Thinking Through Black Feminist Creative Visualisation through the Postcolonial Masquerades of South African Visual Artists Mary Sibande and Senzeni Marasela" by S.Khan

"Negotiating the terms of staying: Rape, shame, and guilt in a post-colonial film, the case of Disgrace" by Derilene Marco

"South Africa belongs to all who speak colonial languages" by Zethu Cakata

"Gradations in a blur: Some thoughts on what it means to be contemporary in South Africa" by Ashraf Jamal

"Going Native or Double Dipping: White writing in postcolonial Zimbabwe and post-apartheid South Africa" by Robert Muponde

"Entanglements: Post Apartheid South Africa" by Abebe Zegeye

"#WeAreNomzamo - Diasporic Intergenerational Testimonies Speaking Out Today Against the Erasure of Winnie Madikizela Mandela" by Natalia Molebatsi and Jeanne Scheper

"Post-Script: Movements After 1994 Respond to Exclusivity, Extravagance, and Hierarchy or Flesh of the City: From Section Ten Policies to Fees Must Fall" by Tiffany Willoughby-Herard.

Derilene (Dee) Marco lectures in Media Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand.

Tiffany Willoughby-Herard is Associate Professor in the Department of African American Studies at the University of California, Irvine. She is the President-Elect of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists and is the author of Waste of a White Skin: The Carnegie Corporation and the racial logic of White vulnerability.

Abebe Zegeye is Senior Research Fellow at The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy and the author of The Impossible Return: Struggles of the Ethiopian Jews and Sites of Remembering.