Expressionism as the Marrow of Filmmaking: A Dialogue with Godisamang Khunou

EXPRESSIONISM AS THE MARROW OF FILMMAKING A DIALOGUE WITH GODISAMANG KHUNOU Godisamang Khunou is an award-winning filmmaker and the owner

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Challenging Gender Polarization through Storytelling: A Dialogue with Joe Nyirenda

CHALLENGING GENDER POLARIZATION THROUGH STORYTELLING A DIALOGUE WITH JOE NYIRENDA Joe Nyirenda is a writer from Zambia. He discovered his

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Displacement and Divisions Along Colour Lines: A Dialogue with Beverley Ann Abrahams

DISPLACEMENT AND DIVISIONS ALONG COLOUR LINES A DIALOGUE WITH BEVERLEY ANN ABRAHAMS Beverley Ann Abrahams is a Zimbabwean teacher of

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Offer Yourself Without Expecting Anything In Return: A Dialogue with Yisa Akinbolaji

OFFER YOURSELF WITHOUT EXPECTING ANYTHING IN RETURN A DIALOGUE WITH YISA AKINBOLAJI Yisa Akinbolaji is a Winnipeg-based painter, artist and

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How A Child Tells Violence: A Dialogue with Hussani Abdulrahim

HOW A CHILD TELLS VIOLENCE A DIALOGUE WITH HUSSANI ABDULRAHIM Hussani Abdulrahim is a writer from Nigeria. He is a

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Judgement Before Knowledge, Of The Boys Whose Hearts Were Sepulchres: A Conversation with Moso Sematlane

JUDGEMENT BEFORE KNOWLEDGE, OF THE BOYS WHOSE HEARTS WERE SEPULCHRES A DIALOGUE WITH MOSO SEMATLANE Moso Sematlane is a writer

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Vignettes in the Heart: A Dialogue with Sarah Lubala

VIGNETTES IN THE HEART A DIALOGUE WITH SARAH LUBALA Sarah Lubala is a Congolese-born, South Africa-based writer. Her family fled

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We Cannot Police Our Way Out of Every Social Problem: A Dialogue with Temitope Oriola

WE CANNOT POLICE OUR WAY OUT OF EVERY SOCIAL PROBLEM A DIALOGUE WITH TEMITOPE ORIOLA Temitope Oriola is professor of

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Not the South Africa We Fought For: A Dialogue with Gertrude Fester

NOT THE SOUTH AFRICA WE FOUGHT FOR A DIALOGUE WITH GERTRUDE FESTER Professor Gertrude Fester was born in 1952. She

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