African Articulations

African Articulations showcases cutting-edge research into Africa’s cultural texts and practices, broadly understood to include written and oral literatures, visual arts, music, and public discourse and media of all kinds. Building on the idea of ‘articulation’ as a series of cultural connections, as a clearly voiced argument and as a dynamic social encounter, African Articulations opens up innovative perspectives on the richness of African locations and networks. Refusing to privilege the internationally visible above the supposedly ephemeral local cultural spaces and networks, African Articulations provides indispensable resources for students and teachers of contemporary culture.

Please send proposals to the series editors. Please do not send full manuscripts unless you are requested to do so.

James Currey Proposal Form

Series Editors

Professor Stephanie Newell
English Department
PO BOX 208302
Yale University
New Haven, CT 06520-8302
stephanie.newell@yale.edu

Dr Ranka Primorac
Department of English
Faculty of Humanities
Avenue Campus
Southampton SO17 1BJ
UK
r.primorac@soton.ac.uk

Editorial Advisory Board

David Attwell (University of York)
Jane Bryce (University of the West Indies)
James Ferguson (Stanford University)
Simon Gikandi (Princeton University)
Stefan Helgesson (Stockholm University)
Isabel Hofmeyr (University of the Witwatersrand)
Thomas Kirsch (University of Konstanz)
Lydie Moudileno (University of Pennsylvania)
David Murphy (University of Stirling)
Mbugua wa Mungai (Kenyatta University)
Derek Peterson (University of Michigan)
Caroline Rooney (University of Kent)
Meg Samuelson (University of Cape Town)
Jennifer Wenzel (Columbia University)

See all of our African Articulations titles.