Russell H. Kaschula

Professor of African language studies

Russell H. Kaschula

Professor of African language studies

Biography

Russell H. Kaschula is a professor of African language studies, and holds the Chair in the Intellectualisation of African Languages, Multilingualism and Education at Rhodes University, Grahamstown. He has a PhD in African Literature. His honors include the Young African Leaders Award, the Nulton International Scholarship for Study in the USA, and the Ernst Oppenheimer Scholarship for study at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. He has authored a number of short stories, novels, and academic works in English and isiXhosa, including The Tsitsa River and Beyond, and The Bones of the Ancestors are Shaking: Xhosa Oral Poetry in Context.

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