Bibliography for Postmodernism and African Studies, 11-21 November 1997:
(Mixed citation format as posted; reconstruction according to the Turabian-based H-Net Internet Citation Guide underway)
- Articles in New Contree including "The New History, the New South Africa, the New Contree," John Bottomley and Tom Gouws; "Whose story is it? The construction and presentation of history," Carl Allsup; and
"Paradigmatic confusion in the history of the "New South Africa," John Bottomley
- Carole Boyce Davies and Anne Adams Graves, eds. Ngambika. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 1986.
- Carole Boyce Davies. Black Women, Writing and Identity. New York and London: Routledge, 1994.
- Denis Ekpo, "Towards a post-Africanism: contemporary African thought and postmodernism," Textual Practice, 9.1 (1995): 121-35
- Norman Etherington, "Po-Mo and SA History," Southern African Review of Books, 44 (July/August 1996), 10
- Sol T. Plaatje, edited by Stephen Gray, with an introduction by Tim Couzens and woodcuts by Cecil Skotnes (London: Heinemann, 1978)
- Authors discussed: Appiah, Barthes, Brantlinger, Clifford, Geertz, Herodotus, Marcus, Karl Marx, Jan Mohamed, Ken Harrow
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