Katharina Nambula

Junior Fellow


Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies
University of Bayreuth

95440 Bayreuth


Current Project

Female Identity between Passivity and Agency, Contemporary Fiction by Ugandan Women Writers


Nambula, Katharina (2014). "Creativity and the Ugandan Woman: The Dialectic of Struggle and Equality in Mary Karooro Okurut's The Invisible Weevil and Violet Barungi's Cassandra". In: Tradition and Change in Contemporary West and East African Fiction. Okuyade, Ogage (ed./eds.). Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi. 53-69.

Nambula, Katharina (2014). "Review of Breaking the Silence. South African Representations of HIV/AIDS by Ellen Grünkemeier, Woodbridge: James Currey". Journal for the Study of British Cultures 21 (1). 100-102.

Nambula, Katharina (2011). "Redefining Identity under Conflict: An Analysis of Goretti Kyomuhendo's Novel 'Waiting'". In: Women's life worlds 'in-between'. BIGSASworks!. Daniel, Antje, Katharina Fink, Jaana Janßen and Lena Kroeker (ed./eds.). Bayreuth: Bayreuth African Studies Working Papers, 7. 26-40. | pdf

Nambula, Katharina (2009). Ugandische Frauenliteratur. Die ugandische Frau im Spannungsfeld zwischen Tradition und Moderne gespiegelt im Medium Literatur. Saarbrücken: VDM.