Alt 36

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  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • Alt 36
  • Ernest N Emenyonu
  • 25 July 2018
  • 9781847011848

About the Author: Ernest N Emenyonu

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Alt 36 Debates On The Future Of The African Continent And The Role Of Gender Identities In These Visions Are Increasingly Present In Literary Criticism Forums As African Writers Become Bolder In Exploring The Challenges They Face And Celebrating Gender Diversity In The Writing Of Short Stories, Novels, Poetry, Plays And Films Controversies Over The Rights Of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex, Queer LGBTIQ Communities In Africa, As Elsewhere, Continue In The Context Of Criminalization And Or Intimidation Of These Groups Residual Colonial Moralizing And Contemporary Western Identity Norms And Politics Vie With Longstanding Polyvalent Indigenous Sexual Expression In Addition To Traditional Media, The New Social Media Have Gained Importance, Both As Sources Of Information Exchange And As Sites Of Virtual Construction Of Gender Identities As With Many Such Contentious Issues, The Variety Of Responses To The State Of The Question Is Strikingly Visible Across The Continent In This Issue Of ALT, Guest Editor John Hawley Has Sampled The Ongoing Conversations, In Both African Writing And In The Analysis Of Contemporary African Cinema, To Show How Queer Studies Can Break With Old Concepts And Theories And Point The Way To New Gender Perspectives On Literary And Cinematic Output This Volume Also Includes A Non Themed Section Of Featured Articles And A Literary Supplement Guest Editor John C Hawley Is Professor In The Department Of English, Santa Clara University Series Editor Ernest N Emenyonu Is Professor Of Africana Studies At The University Of Michigan Flint, USA Reviews Editor Obi Nwakanma

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