About English in Africa
English in Africa, founded in 1974, is a scholarly journal with a focus on original research on African writing in English.
The Editor invites contributions on all aspects of English writing and the English language in Africa, including oral traditions and other South African languages in translation. While English in Africa specialises in publishing previously unpublished or out-of-print literary materials, it also publishes scholarly articles, reviews and review articles, tributes, book reviews, and editorials. It places a particular emphasis on new or under-researched areas in African literature, and has tended to favour historical rather than theoretical modes of enquiry.
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English in Africa is published three times a year by the Institute for the Study of the Englishes of Africa (ISEA), based at Rhodes University in Grahamstown.
Annual subscription for 2020:
Africa: R390.00 (including postage and VAT)
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Editor needed for English in Africa
English in Africa is looking for a new editor to begin work in October 2021 (first issue: April 2022). The editor should have a good sense of the critical issues in South African and African literature today, and be willing to engage constructively with established and emerging scholarship and scholars in the field.
The editor’s main responsibilities would be:
(three issues a year, each of which will include between 4 and 6 scholarly articles of 6000 – 8000 words, and possibly one or more book reviews)
The editor can be based anywhere in South Africa. He or she will have the support of an editorial advisory board appointed by the ISEA. A small stipend is paid for the work.
If you’re interested, please send a letter of motivation spelling out your vision for the future of the journal, and a short CV, to email@example.com before 30 January 2021.
Last Modified: Fri, 11 Dec 2020 11:56:55 SAST