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    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson (2017) Kujoni: South Africa in Malawi’s national imaginary. Journal of Southern African Studies 43 (5), pp. 1011-1029. ISSN 0305-7070.

    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson (2017) Rethinking the future of humanities in Africa and the question of epistemological agency. Journal of Humanities, University of Malawi , ISSN 1016-0728. (In Press)

    Msiska, Mpalive-Hangson (2014) Imagined nations and imaginary Nigeria: Chinua Achebe’s quest for a country. Journal of Genocide Research 16 (2-3), pp. 401-419. ISSN 1462-3528.

    Msiska, Mpalive-Hangson (2009) Things fall apart: a resource for cultural theory. Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 11 (2), pp. 171-175. ISSN 1369-801X.

    Msiska, Mpalive-Hangson (2009) Detecting globalisation, modernity and gender subjectivity in David Maillu's Benni Kamba 009 in Operation DXT. Journal of East African Studies 3 (1), pp. 132-152. ISSN 1753-1055.

    Msiska, Mpalive-Hangson (2009) Sam Selvon's, "The Lonely Londoners" and the structure of black metropolitan life. African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal 2 (1), pp. 5-27. ISSN I752-8631.

    Book Section

    Msiska, Mpalive-Hangson (2017) Imagined nations and imaginary Nigeria: Chinua Achebe’s quest for a country. In: Moses, D. and Haarten, L. (eds.) Postcolonial Conflict and the Question of Genocide: the Nigeria-Biafra War, 1967–1970. Routledge Studies in Modern History series. London, UK and New York, U.S.: Routledge. ISBN 9780415347587. (In Press)

    Msiska, Mpalive-Hangson (2016) The novel and decolonization in Africa. In: Gikandi, S. (ed.) The Novel in Africa and the Caribbean since 1950. The Oxford History of the Novel in English 16. London, UK and New York, U.S.: Oxford University Press, pp. 37-55. ISBN 9780199765096.

    Msiska, Mpalive-Hangson (2013) Cultural studies, power and the idea of the hegemonic in Wole Soyinka's works. In: Lindfors, B. and Davis, G.V. (eds.) African Literatures and Beyond: A Florilegium. Cross/Cultures: Readings in the Post/Colonial Literatures in English 168. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, pp. 1-28. ISBN 9789042037380.

    Msiska, Mpalive-Hangson (2012) Genre: fidelity and transgression in the postcolonial African novel. In: Goebel, W. and Schabio, S. (eds.) Locating Postcolonial Narrative Genre. Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 77-91. ISBN 9780415539609.

    Msiska, Mpalive-Hangson (2010) Post-colonial theory. In: Irele, F.A. and Jeyifo, B. (eds.) Oxford Encyclopaedia of African Thought. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780195334739.

    Msiska, Mpalive-Hangson (2010) Wilson Harris. In: Irele, F.A. and Jeyifo, B. (eds.) Oxford Encyclopaedia of African Thought. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780195334739.

    Msiska, Mpalive-Hangson (2009) Remembering Africa: Africa as the sign of the transnational in black-British writing. In: Göbel, W. and Schabio, S. (eds.) Locating Transnational Ideals. Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 173-188. ISBN 9780415871365.

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