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Ives Sangouing Loukson Ives Sangouing Loukson
Ives Sangouing Loukson

Faculty of Languages & Literatures
English Studies and Anglophone Literatures


CV

  • 2003: BA in German Studies, University of Yaounde 1 (Cameroon)
  • 2006: Secondary and High School Teacher’s diploma for German as foreign language in Higher Teachers Training College of the University of Yaounde 1
  • 2008: Maîtrise in African Literature, University of Yaounde 1
  • 2011: Master in African Literature and Cultures, University of Yaounde 1
  • Since 2014:  Ph.D. candidate in the IPP-Cultural Encounters, University of Bayreuth

Research Interest

  • Anglophone post-Apartheid Narratives of South Africa
  • Francophone post-colonial Narratives of Africa

Current Research Project

  • Representations of social Dynamics in selected post-apartheid Novel by black born free South African Writers

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Ives Sangouing Loukson

Faculty of Languages & Literatures
English Studies and Anglophone Literatures


PhD thesis

Title: Perceptions of whiteness, homosexuality and democracy in the post-apartheid narrative: a commitment to Relation.

My thesis deals with the various perceptions of whiteness, homosexuality and democracy in the post-apartheid narrative. It argues that these perceptions condition the character’s psychology such as to make them blind to their own abilities and necessity to continuously act for better living conditions in their society. Relation is argued as the methodological framework and alternative that engages South African in perpetual struggle for social justice and true democracy. The thesis highlights major features of the post-apartheid narrative and enables relevant comparisons with the factual South Africa. Not only the Glissantian Relation (more or less postcolonial theory), some categories from Narratology but, also the theory of social representations work in the thesis as theoretical lenses guiding my readings.    

Ives Sangouing Loukson

Faculty of Languages & Literatures
English Studies and Anglophone Literatures


Ives Sangouing Loukson
PhD candidate

E-mail: loukson81@gmail.com

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