Meg Samuelson                                                      (ORCID: 0000-0002-5070-1046)
Meg Samuelson (ORCID: 0000-0002-5070-1046)
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Remembering the nation, dismembering women: Stories of the South African Transition
M Samuelson
University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2007
203*2007
Remembering the nation, disremembering women?: stories of the South African transition [PhD Thesis]
M Samuelson
University of Cape Town, 2005
1602005
The city beyond the border: the urban worlds of Duiker, Mpe and Vera
M Samuelson
African identities 5 (2), 247-260, 2007
572007
The disfigured body of the female guerrilla:(De) militarization, sexual violence, and redomestication in Zoe Wicomb’s David’s Story
M Samuelson
Signs 40 (1), 2007
432007
Walking through the door and inhabiting the house: South African literary culture and criticism after the transition
M Samuelson
English Studies in Africa 51 (1), 130-137, 2008
412008
The Rainbow Womb: Rape and Race in South African Fiction of the Transition
M Samuelson
Kunapipi 24 (1/2), 88-100, 2002
372002
Scripting Connections: Reflections on the ‘Post-Transitional’
M Samuelson
English Studies in Africa 53 (1), 113-117, 2010
342010
The urban palimpsest: Re‐presenting Sophiatown
M Samuelson
Journal of Postcolonial Writing 44 (1), 63-75, 2008
322008
HISTORY'S INTIMATE INVASIONS: YVONNE VERA'S THE STONE VIRGINS
D Driver, M Samuelson
English Studies in Africa 50 (2), 101-120, 2007
312007
Nobody ever said AIDS: poems and stories from Southern Africa
N Rasebotsa, M Samuelson, K Thomas
Kwela Books, 2004
31*2004
Yvonne Vera's Bulawayo: modernity,(im) mobility, music, and memory
M Samuelson
Research in African Literatures 38 (2), 22-35, 2007
292007
Oceanic Histories and Protean Poetics: The Surge of the Sea in ZoŽ Wicomb's Fiction
M Samuelson
Journal of Southern African Studies 36 (3), 543-557, 2010
232010
‘Lose your mother, kill your child’: The Passage of Slavery and its Afterlife in Narratives by Yvette ChristiansŽ and Saidiya Hartman
M Samuelson
English Studies in Africa 51 (2), 38-48, 2008
232008
Remembering the body: Rape and Recovery in Without a Name and Under the Tongue
M Samuelson
Muponde. R, Taruvinga. M.[Eds] Sign and taboo: Perspectives on the fiction†…, 2002
212002
Abdulrazak Gurnah’s fictions of the Swahili coast: littoral locations and amphibian aesthetics
M Samuelson
Social Dynamics 38 (3), 499-515, 2012
182012
Cracked vases and untidy seams: narrative structure and closure in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and South African fiction
M Samuelson
Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa 15 (2), 63-76, 2003
172003
'A River in my Mouth': Writing the Voice in'Under the Tongue'
M Samuelson
162002
Reading the Maternal Voice in Sindiwe Magona's To My Children's Children and Mother to Mother
M Samuelson
MFS Modern Fiction Studies 46 (1), 227-245, 2000
162000
Sea changes, dark tides and littoral states: oceans and coastlines in post-apartheid South African narratives
M Samuelson
Alternation 6, 9-28, 2013
152013
(Un) settled states: Indian Ocean passages, performative belonging and restless mobility in post‐apartheid South African fiction
M Samuelson
Social Dynamics 36 (2), 272-287, 2010
152010
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