Thando Njovane

Thando Njovane holds a research MA (with distinction) from Rhodes University in South Africa. She has published articles in the scholarly journals, English Studies in Africa and English in Africa, and has a chapter in a book about institutional culture to be published by UKZN Press later on this year. She is currently reading towards her PhD under the supervision of David Attwell at the University of York and is funded by the Patrick and Margaret Flanagan Scholarship. Her research interests include trauma studies, psychoanalysis and literature, Japanese fiction, violence, the fantastic, representation, and the German Lied.

Inexplicable Present: Post-Apartheid Subjectivity in Vladislavic?’s City

Thando Njovane 2014-08-14 Writing South Africa Now: Twenty Years On is a graduate conference on South African literature that took place at the University of York, UK, in June 2014. Read Thando Njovane's abridged paper, "Inexplicable Present: Post-Apartheid Subjectivity in Vladislavic?’s City". 

A national treasure: Imraan Coovadia's The Institute for Taxi Poetry

Thando Njovane 2012-10-01 Thando Njovane reviews Imraan Coovadia's The Institute for Taxi Poetry and discovers that this novel pioneers a new category of storytelling in South Africa.
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