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Literator is an influential, frequently cited, peer reviewed and open access journal. It is accredited since 1988. Literator publishes research articles and essays on linguistics and literature in general, but is focused on the study and comparative study of South African languages and literatures and other cultural phenomena across language, media and cultural boundaries.

Editors-in-Chief:

  • Phil van Schalkwyk, North-West University, South Africa
  • Ian Bekker, North-West University, South Africa

Society affiliation: The Literator Society (South Africa).

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PLEASE NOTE: Stemming from a decision taken by the Editorial Board, only an English abstract (approximately 200 words) is now required (an Afrikaans abstract is no longer required); this applies to all article submissions; (in the case of non-English articles, the title of the article should be translated into English); effective immediately.
2017-08-04

Latest articles

 
Voorwoord
Literator USAN edition editorial
Louise Viljoen, Amanda Lourens 
Vol 38, Nr. 2 (2017), 1 page
 
Published: 2017-10-25

 
Editorial
Literator USAN-uitgawe voorwoord
Louise Viljoen, Amanda Lourens
Vol 38, No 2 (2017), 1 page
 
Published: 2017-10-25

 

Book Review
Krap uit die see besonder aangenaam op die poëtiese palet
Dewald Koen
Vol 38, No 1 (2017), 2 pages

 
Published: 2017-10-24

 
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ISSN: 0258-2279 (print) | ISSN: 2219-8237 (online)

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