Literature & Writing

(L-R: Ngugi wa Thiong’o, Charlotte Bronte, Gabriel José García Márquez,
Herman Melville, John Cage, Toni Morrison)

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English Literature

• Have taught courses in abroad range of British, American and African Literature

• English Literature, Postcolonial, commonwealth, African, American and Hispanic Literatures–from Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Mario Vargas Llosa to Herman Melville and Nathaniel Hawthorne; from Toni Morrison and Alice Walker to Shakespeare and the Brontés, not to mention Ngugi, Achebe, Soyinka, Tsitsi Dangarembga and Achmat Dangor

• Published writer

• Award-winning writer

• Fiction: poetry, short-stories, novel, plays

• Non-fiction: essays in philosopher, literature, women’s studies, critical and cultural theory, cultural studies, popular culture, with translations in several languages

• Have taught writing workshops in within and outside of the university context in  many and in several countries

• Have supervised graduate and undergraduate students


ADDITIONAL COURSES I HAVE TAUGHT AND CAN TEACH

• At War with Words: World War II and post World War II novels, letters and diaries

• Everything you wanted to know about rapists, racists, Nazis and murderers but could never ask Hitchcock, Fanon or Lacan

• What’s in a fairytale: Andersen and Grimm

• Writing Memory, Writing the Body

• Writing and Existentialism: the metaphysical novel, musical compositions and creative non-fiction

• Nietzsche’s Letters: Family, Friends, Foes

• Philosophy’s Fiction

• The Life and Work of Marquis de Sade




• Everything you wanted to know about rapists, racists, Nazis and murderers but could never ask Hitchcock, Fanon or Lacan
• What’s in a fairytale, Andersen and Grimm?
• Writing Memory, Writing the Body
• Writing and Existentialism: the metaphysical novel, musical compositions and creative non-fiction
• Nietzsche’s letters: Family, Friends, Foes
• Life and work of Marquis de Sade
• Studies in African Literature
• Studies in Indian Literature
• Philosophy’s Fiction



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