Chris Thurman
Chris Thurman
Associate Professor, English Literature, University of the Witwatersrand
Verified email at christhurman.net - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Places Elsewhere, Then and Now: Allegory ‘Before’and ‘After’South Africa's Transition?
C Thurman
English studies in Africa 53 (1), 91-103, 2010
192010
Guy Butler: Reassessing a South African Literary Life
C Thurman
University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2010
112010
Sher and Doran’s Titus Andronicus (1995): Importing Shakespeare, Exporting South Africa
C Thurman
Shakespeare in Southern Africa 18, 29-36, 2006
102006
Sport versus Art: A South African Contest
C Thurman
Wits University Press, 2010
92010
"I take up my spade and I dig”: Verwoerd, Tsafendas and the Position of the Writer in the Early Fiction of Ivan Vladislavić
C Thurman
Marginal Spaces: Ivan Vladislavic, 46-70, 2011
82011
Playing the game: Vladislavić, aesthetics, politics
C Thurman
Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa 19 (1), 69-86, 2007
62007
Apocalypse whenever: Catastrophe, privilege and indifference (or, whiteness and the end times)
C Thurman
English Studies in Africa 58 (1), 56-67, 2015
52015
South African Essays on ‘Universal’ Shakespeare
C Thurman
Ashgate, 2014
52014
The Long and the Short of It: Reflections on “Form” in Recent South African Fiction
C Thurman
Kritika Kultura, 177-196, 2012
52012
Oprah, the Leavisite: A Caveat for Feminism and Women's Studies in South Africa
C Thurman
African studies 67 (1), 101-120, 2008
42008
The Trouble with Life Writing: A New “Cult of Personality”
C Thurman
Scrutiny2 11 (1), 109-114, 2006
42006
Africa, Old and New: Guy Butler and “The African Renaissance – A Long View"
C Thurman
The English Academy Review 23 (1), 23-33, 2006
42006
Fine Frenzies: Theseus, Shakespeare and the Politics of their Poets
C Thurman
Shakespeare 2013, 2013
22013
At Large: Reviewing the Arts in South Africa
C Thurman
Common Ground, 2012
22012
Beyond Butlerism: Revisiting Aspects of South African Literary History
C Thurman
English Studies in Africa 51 (1), 47-64, 2008
22008
The Department of Literature and the Department of English: Transforming Aspects of ‘English Studies’ in South Africa
C Thurman
Social Dynamics 33 (1), 155-179, 2007
22007
Guy Butler from a post-apartheid perspective: reassessing a South African literary life
CJ Thurman
University of Cape Town, 2007
22007
Lawrence, Leavis and Butler: Some Reflections on Appropriation, Influence, Association and “Redemption"
C Thurman
D.H. Lawrence around the World: South African Perspectives, 267-294, 2007
22007
From Shakespearean singularity to singular Shakespeares: finding new names for Will-in-the-world
C Thurman
Shakespeare in Southern Africa 30 (1), 1-13, 2017
12017
LOAD SHEDDING: WRITING ON AND OVER THE EDGE OF SOUTH AFRICA: Edited by Liz McGregor and Sarah Nuttall
C Thurman
English Studies in Africa 52 (1), 116-121, 2009
12009
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