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Notes towards a history of Khoi literature
(Taylor & Francis, 2011)
This article puts forward a revisionist history of Khoi literature, and also presents a number of translated Khoi narratives that have not been available in English before. Compared to the large volume of Bushman literature ...
Race, resistance and translation: the case of John Buchan’s UPrester John
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2011)
In postcolonial translation studies, increasing attention is being given to the asymmetrical relationships between dominant and indigenous languages. This paper argues that John Francis Cele’s UPrester John (1958), is not ...
Smoking around the campfire: A San encounter with the colonial
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
In 1873 Joseph Orpen, resident of Nomansland, engaged a San1 man Qing to guide a combined force of levies and mounted police through the Maloti mountains in present-day Lesotho where they hoped to intercept a group of ...