University of Cincinnati
I am all for the comment ofI am all for the comment of Brian on the song and the controversy it caused among not just the ordinary people but also among the scholars. “I Go Chop Your Dollar” to some extent echoes Tchouaffe’s piece in the sense that things or situations or events ca ...
Thanks Olivier. You areThanks Olivier. You are making good points there. But I thought Sissako could be bolder than that: Call a spade a spade. He is a great film-maker and I am very grateful to his contribution. I respect his views after all. ...
Comment/Note "Bamako" standsComment/Note "Bamako" stands as a representation of the forces governing social and political lives in Postcolonial Africa. In addition to expropriation of the continent of its financial capabilities, the responsibility of the hardships experien ...
I think that "La Noire de.."I think that "La Noire de.." despite the fact that you are placing it in a historical context is actually what we live today: the aspiration of Developing World's people for a better life in the West. Unfortunately, not everybody makes it. ...
Re: Generational Clashes in the Retold Epic Story of “Keita! The Heritage of the Griot” (1995) by Dani Kouyaté
I am glad to see both SadaI am glad to see both Sada and Olivier making references to other works, especially the interlink between film-makers and novelists both francophones and anglophones. This proves to some extent how african cultures cross one another and shows that in the ...