Grant Andrews
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The boundaries of desire and intimacy in post-apartheid South African queer film: Oliver Hermanus’s Skoonheid
G Andrews
Image & Text 31 (1), 30-47, 2018
72018
Representation and identity in the wake of 9/11: Khaled Hosseini’s The kite runner, Mohsin Hamid’s The reluctant fundamentalist, Frédéric Beigbeder’s Windows on the world and …
G Andrews
Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch, 2010
62010
Liminal Spaces & Conflicts of Culture in South African Queer Films: Inxeba [The Wound]
G Andrews
African Literature Today 36, 52-66, 2018
5*2018
The emergence of black queer characters in three post-apartheid novels
G Andrews
Tydskrif vir Letterkunde 56 (2), 1-9, 2019
32019
Representations of fatherhood and paternal narrative power in South African English literature
G Andrews
University of the Western Cape, 2016
22016
Teaching Gender and Sexuality in the Wake of the Must Fall Movements: Mutual Disruption through the Lens of Critical Pedagogy
G Andrews
Education as Change 24, 2020
12020
The Queer Son and the Declining Patriarch in Post-Apartheid South African Literature: The Subversive Symbol of Water in Mark Behr’s Kings of the Water
G Andrews
Journal of Literary Studies 35 (2), 85-104, 2019
12019
Pedagogical and decolonial affordances of group portfolio assessments for learning in South African universities
I Fouche, L Dison, G Andrews, M Prozesky
Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning (CriSTaL) 9 (SI), 76-98, 2021
2021
Stories of Fathers, Stories of the Nation: Fatherhood and Paternal Power in South African Literature
G Andrews
2021
Queer critical literacies
N Govender, G Andrews
The Handbook of Critical Literacies, 82-93, 2021
2021
“Working from home is one major disaster”: An analysis of student feedback at a South African university during the Covid-19 lockdown
I Fouche, G Andrews
Education and Information Technologies, 1-23, 2021
2021
South Africa: Meet the queer vloggers taking back the narrative
G Andrews
https://africanarguments.org/2021/03/south-africa-meet-the-queer-vloggers …, 2021
2021
Queer South African vloggers use YouTube to build communities and challenge social stigma
G Andrews
https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/africaatlse/2021/03/10/queer-south-african-vloggers …, 2021
2021
YouTube Queer Communities as Heterotopias: Space, Identity and “Realness” in Queer South African Vlogs
G Andrews
Journal of African Cultural Studies 33 (1), 84-100, 2021
2021
Review: Post-Apartheid Same-Sex Sexualities: Restless Identities in Literary and Visual Culture (Andy Carolin)
G Andrews
Tydskrif vir Letterkunde 58 (1), 174-5, 2021
2021
Disrupting Patriarchal Perceptions of Single-Mother Families: An Analysis of Adolescent Narratives
C Jacobs, G Andrews
Education as Change 25 (1), 1-19, 2021
2021
Queer Cyborgs in South African Speculative Fiction: Moxyland by Lauren Beukes and The Prey of Gods by Nicky Drayden
G Andrews
Scrutiny2 25 (2), 128-143, 2020
2020
The Multiliteracies Learning Environment as Decolonial Nexus: Designing for Decolonial Teaching in a Literacies Course at a South African University
G Andrews, M Prozesky, I Fouché
Scrutiny2, 2020
2020
Film review: Moffie is a harrowing meditation on white masculinity
G Andrews
https://theconversation.com/film-review-moffie-is-a-harrowing-meditation-on …, 2020
2020
The Broken Mirror: A Lacanian Perspective on John Trengove’s Film Inxeba (The Wound)
G Andrews
Imbizo 10 (1), 2019
2019
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