African Intimacies responds to the public debate on the “Africanness” of homosexuality and interrogates the meaningfulness of the terms “sexuality” and “homosexuality” outside Euro-American discourse. Neville Hoad addresses race, sex, and globalization in the Wole Soyinka novel The Interpreters, considers the imperial legacy in depictions of the HIV/AIDS crisis, and reveals how Phaswane Mpe's Welcome to Our Hillbrow problematizes notions of African identity._x000B_
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