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Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies

 

 

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Founded in 2014, Eastern African Literary & Cultural Studies (EALCS) is a pioneering international peer-reviewed journal which offers a distinctive, integrated forum for scholarship on the literature, culture and arts of the Eastern Africa region and their widespread influence. Arts and culture have played an instrumental role in the post-colonial project, and indeed in the forging of twenty-first-century identities and realities, where they have actively engaged with ideas from other fields including economics, politics, history, and religion. Explore more by browsing the article collection below: 

Eastern African Literary & Cultural Studies ( EALCS) is a pioneering international peer-reviewed journal which offers a distinctive, integrated forum for scholarship on the literature, culture and arts of the Eastern Africa region and their widespread influence. Arts and culture have played an instrumental role in the post-colonial project, and indeed in the forging of twenty-first century identities and realities, where they have actively engaged with ideas from other fields including economics, politics, history, and religion. This dynamic interface is explored in the journal. Exceptional creative work from and about the region is also considered for publication. The journal invites submissions of research articles, review essays, roundtable debates, interviews, creative work, book reviews and conference alerts.