Postcolonial Cities: Africa
Volume 5 Number 1
This special issue on African cities is alert to the contradictions intrinsic to the contemporary Afriocan urban experience. The essays and creative writings explore urban growth, Casablanca, post-apartheid South Africa, and the cruelty, corruption and failure of the post-colonial city.
EDITORIAL DRAMA Brendon Nicholls, Reintroducing Tsitsi Dangarembga’s
She No Longer Weeps FICTION Jackee Budesta Batanda, City Link Brian Chikwava, Dancing to The Jazz Goblin & His Rhythm Liz Gunner, Bettina’s Legs POETRY ARTICLES Duncan Brown, Narrative, Memory, and Mapping:
‘At the Edge’ and Other Cato Manor Stories Carrol Clarkson, Visible and Invisible:
What Surfaces in Recent Johannesburg Novels?
M.J. Daymond, From a Shadow City: Lilian Ngoyi’s Letters, 1971-1980,
Brian T. Edwards, Following Casablanca:
Recasting the Postcolonial City
Said Graiouid, Creative Deviations in a Global Market:
Undocumented Cultures and Moroccan Identities
Andrew M. Ivaska, Contesting ‘National Culture’:
The Short Life of a Tanzanian Ban on ‘Soul’
Abdellatif Khayati, Picturing the Urban Homeless in Casablanca Ulrike Hanna Meinhof and Zafimahaleo Rasolofondraosolo,
Malagasy Song-Writer Musicians in Transnational Settings
Jane Plastow, Making Theatre in the Opera House, Asmara, Eritrea Polly Savage, El Anatsui: Texts, Contexts, Textiles and Gin Cheryl Stobie, Somatics, Space, Surprise: Creative Dissonance in
In Tangier We Killed the Blue Parrot REVIEWS
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
Moving Worlds is a biannual international magazine, and is a forum for creative work as well as criticism, literary as well as visual texts. Each issue highlights a particular theme and also carries material of general interest. The journal is internationally refereed and is published by Moving Worlds at the School of English, University of Leeds, UK, and School of Humanities and Social Sciences, NTU, Singapore.