January 1, 1999
Assistant professor of English Gillian Gane presented a paper, "Libraries, Black Writers, and Fire" at the meeting of the African Literature Association held in the Bibliotheka Alexandrina in Alexandria, Egypt, from March 19th to the 23rd. Gane also published two articles, "Mixed-Up, Jumble-Aya, and English: 'How Newness Enters the World' in Salman's Rushdie's 'The Courter'" appeared in a long-delayed issue of ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature
, Vol. 32, no. 4 (cover date October 2001): 47-68 and "Achebe, Soyinka, and Other-Languagedness," appeared in The Creative Circle: Artist, Critic, and Translator in African Literature,
edited by Angelina E. Overvold, Richard K. Priebe, and Louis Tremaine (Africa World Press, 2003): 131-49. More ...