Home » Shared » Dr Naomi Epongse Nkealah: exploring gender and sexuality in African literature 

Dr Naomi Epongse Nkealah: exploring gender and sexuality in African literature 

Humanities and Social Sciences Award Winner

Specialising in feminist theory and African women’s writing, Nkealah explores the intersections of gender and sexuality in African literature. Her aim is to bring the voices of emerging women writers into the mainstream. These writers include South African poet Gabeba Baderoon and Cameroonian playwright Anne Tanyi-Tang, whose published works not only offer salient additions to African epistemologies, but also challenge the marginalisation of certain clusters of women’s writing.

Source: Dr Naomi Epongse Nkealah: exploring gender and sexuality in African literature | Special Reports | M&G

Advertisements
%d bloggers like this: