9 months ago

DOWN KABAKA STREET

DOWN KABAKA STREET

Something, I suppose, was unique about Daniel Defoe (1660-1731). As the donor knows the recipients’ dire needs, so too did he know his contemporaries’ longing. They helplessly longed for stories from once-distant zones. Off in Uganda, read more...



9 months ago

A ZOO BY LAKE VICTORIA

A ZOO BY LAKE VICTORIA

Imagine you are new in Kampala city. Do not heed the sky colour overhead or you may damage your calendar otherwise. Daylight transcends the twelfth hour of day and aurora will not exit in due time. Just miles from Owen Fall, Massaka Road is the on read more...



9 months ago

KAMPALA AFLAME

KAMPALA AFLAME

Ever read Distant Grief, Amin Target, Uganda Decade of Reforms, and Songs of Lawino and other Songs? On some some scale, Uganda is the issue therein. Along with these works, A Passage to India (1924) de read more...



9 months ago

CROSSING THE BORDER AS A LINGUIST

CROSSING THE BORDER AS A LINGUIST

 

Mark Twin, James Cook, Joseph Conrad, Michel Kayoya, and Aimé Césaire are probably no acquaintances to you. No worries; they commonly write from travel experience to varying degrees─travelling is eye opening and th read more...