• Desiree Lewis

African social and cultural processes and struggles have been extensively explored in music, performance, the visual arts and oral and print literature. More recent attention in humanities and social science writing has focused on popular cultural practices that range from dress to digital media. Humanities-inflected attention to food, however, remains relatively neglected…

Journal of African Cultural Studies Special Issue Title: Re-reading “Africa” Through Food

Please send a 200 word abstract to criticalfoodstudies@uwc.ac.za and africajacs@gmail.com by 30 May 2022. We shall provide feedback and will then invite selected authors to submit completed articles by no later than February 2023. Authors are required to submit drafts or detailed outlines by October 2022, which may form the basis of a virtual workshop for emerging scholars and writers contributing to this issue.

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