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Simon Lewis co-edits special issue of the Journal of the African Literature Association

The Winter/Spring 2014 issue of JALA is dedicated to the March 2013 African Literature Association conference organized by Prof. Lewis and hosted by the College of Charleston.  Lewis co-edited the issue with Maureen Eke with assistance from JALA general editor Abioseh Porter. The issue contains a number of critical essays derived from papers presented at […]
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Profs. Kelly & Lewis Acknowledged for Service & Research

It’s no secret to those of us in the English Department that our faculty excel at their work and frequently go above and beyond their basic professorial duties. Recently, Dr. Joseph Kelly and Dr. Simon Lewis were awarded high honors at the Celebration of Faculty ceremony. Prof. Kelly received the Distinguished Service Award, and Prof. […]
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English Profs Featured in The Yard’s “10 People We Think You Should Know”

The latest issue of the student news magazine The Yard features two English professors: Dr. Simon Lewis, who specializes in African and Third World Literature, for his work as the associate director of the Carolina Lowcountry and Atlantic World (CLAW) program, and Dr. Myra Seaman, medievalist and co-editor of the award-winning scholarly journal: postmedieval: a journal […]
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Simon Lewis Publishes New Book–British and African Literature in Transnational Context

The University Press of Florida has published Simon Lewis’s second major study: British and African Literature in Transnational Context.  African identities have been written and rewritten in both British and African literature for decades. These revisions have opened up new formulations of what it really means to be British or African. By comparing texts by […]
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