African writers and cultural artists view the phenomenon of independence in the post-colonial dispensation differently. Specifically, and with special reference to Anglophone, Francophone and Lusophone Africa, this panel aims to discuss how cultural agents have handled notions of identity, democracy, freedom, territoriality, progress, tradition and modernity within the broader contexts of race, gender, class and language.
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