Uganda: The Cultural Landscape

Author(s):
Eckhard Breitinger
Published:
2000
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Non-Fiction Scholars and cultural workers, mainly from Uganda, have joined to put together this collection of essays to draw a comprehensive picture of the Ugandan cultural landscape in its cult...
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Non-Fiction

Scholars and cultural workers, mainly from Uganda, have
joined to put together this collection of essays to draw a
comprehensive picture of the Ugandan cultural landscape
in its cultural diversity and its historical development from
the colonial period to the middle nineties. The essays deal
with the oral literary traditions, with modern writers and
cultural philosophers like Okot p'Bitek and Robert Serumaga,
with, fi ne art, prose and poetry, and the wealth of theatrical
production, both of art theatre and popular forms or Theatre
for Development.

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