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Contaminations, Ethnographic Fictions and What-What

On the Convergence of Literary and Academic Writing
  • Oscar HemerEmail author
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Part of the Palgrave Studies in Literary Anthropology book series (PSLA)

Abstract

The texts that constitute this book intend to explore the possible merging of academic and literary practices. The aim is not experimentation for its own sake, but the search for a form—forms—that is/are congenial with the subject of interrogation: the world in transition, with South Africa as the main focal point.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Arts and Communication, K3Malmö UniversityMalmöSweden

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