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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 85
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2020Shona-Ndebele symbolic ethnic violence in institutions of higher learning: an analysis of male toilet graffiti at Midlands State University
2020A Dialogic Analysis of Audiences’ Interactions on Online Media Sites in Zimbabwe
2018Graffiti as a site for cultural literacies in Zimbabwean urban high schools
2017“Ngozi” (avenging spirit), zimbabwean transnational migration, and restorative justice in Brian Chikwava’s Harare North (2009)
May-2013The importance of language and literary art in reading suppressed voices and voices in transition in selected Zimbabwean fiction
2013The sexual politics of the female body in contemporary Zimbabwean youth sociolects in interpersonal communicative contexts
2012Feature sensitive and context [in-]-sensitive glide formation and coalescence in hiatus resolution in isiNdebele
2011Death, I choose
2016Bi/multilingual voices and audiences? code-switching in Zimbabwean popular drama, Studio 263
2016Arguments for an appraisal linguistic discourse approach to the analysis of `objectivity' in 'hard' news reports
2016`Subjectivity' in newspaper reports on 'controversial' and `emotional' debates: an appraisal and controversy analysis
2016Zimbabwean transnational migration, (in) visible masculinities, and the reconfiguration of gender in Shimmer Chinodya’s chairman of fools
2015Intra-urban mobilities and the depiction of the city in Zimbabwean fiction as reflected in Valerie Tagwira’s uncertainty of Hope (2006)
2011Destabilizing and subverting patriarchal and eurocentric notions of time: an analysis of Chenjerai Hove’s bones and ancestors
2013Subalternizing and reclaiming ecocentric environmental discourses in Zimbabwean literature: (re)reading Doris Lessing's the grass is singing and Chenjerai Hove's ancestors
2013Exploding the strictures of patriarchal myths: representations of self and collective identities in the context of HIV and AIDS in Tendayi Westerhof's Unlucky in Love
2011Discursive displacement, strategic peopling: constructions of self-identity and nation in Ian Douglas Smith's Bitter harvest: the great betrayal and the dreadful aftermath and Peter Godwin's Mukiwa — a white boy in Africa.
2015Whitelier than white? Inversions of the racial gaze in white Zimbabwean writing
2015The Simultaneity of Past and Present in Ian Douglas Smith's The Great Betrayal: The Memoirs of Ian Douglas Smith (1997)
2009Memory, forgetfulness and the preservation of ‘third world’ communities in Marquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude and Armah’s Two Thousand Seasons
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