Department of Literature and Languages

Publications

  • Mambwe, Kelvin and Dinis, Fernando Da Costa. Enhanced masculinities; names of male aphrodisiacs in selected Southern African countries in The post colonial condition of names and naming practices in Southern Africa    The post colonial condition of names and naming practices in Southern Africa, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge, 2016
  • Mambwe, Kelvin and Dinis, Fernando Da Costa, (2016).  Enhanced masculinities; names of male aphrodisiacs in selected Southern African countries, in The post colonial condition of names and naming practices in Southern Africa, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge. 
  • Mambwe, Kelvin and Mwelwa, Kelvin. A multimodal discourse analysis of road traffic visual communication.
  • Mambwe, Kelvin and Kateule, Merrinda. The morphology  and semantics of locatives in urban Bemba.
  • Mambwe, Kelvin and Kateule, Merrinda. The functions and semantic relations of Bemba locatives.
  • Mambwe, Kelvin and Kateule, Merrinda. The morphology, semantic relations of deictic locatives.
  • Mambwe, Kelvin. An onomastic analysis of Business/trade names in selected parts of Lusaka urban.
  • Mambwe, Kelvin and Kabaso, Fredgirious. The semantics of selected nicknames in Ng’umbo area.
  • Crehan, Stewart. Servants, narratives and power: a study in paradigms.
  • Crehan, Stewart. Servants and silence in Jane Eyre.
  • Crehan, Stewart. Binary opposition and techniques of defamiliarisation in Okot p’Bitek’s Song of Lawino.
  • Crehan, Stewart. Narrator, character and reader in Genesis.
  • Crehan, Stewart. Providential narrative.
  • Jimaima, H. Linguistic landscape of Zambia.
  • Jimaima, H. Linguistic landscape as a new methodology in socio linguistics.
  • Jimaima, H. Multi modality.
  • Jimaima, H. Language vitality.
  • Lubinda, J. Lexical course language: from southern Sutu to Lozi.
  • Lubinda, J. The contribution of community radio to promotion of indigenous languages in Zambia.
  • Lubinda, J. Nitile likumuca.
  • Lubinda, J. Introduction to French linguistics.
  • Description of Masculinity in African Women’s Creative Writing. Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press Ltd, 2015.
  • Sylvester, Mutunda. Linguistic Innovations in Zambian Literary Text: The Example of Malama Katulwende’s Bitterness. International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities. Volume IV, Issue II, 2015.
  • Sylvester, Mutunda. Linguistic Innovations in Zambian Literary Text: The Example of Malama Katulwende’s Bitterness. International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities. Volume IV, Issue II, 2015.
  • Sylvester, Mutunda. Portrayal of African Women in Folklore: A case Study of Proverbs among the Lunda in the Northwestern Part of Zambia. International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities. Volume IV, Issue II, 2016.
  • Sylvester, Mutunda. Portrayal of African Women in Folklore: A case Study of Proverbs among the Lunda in the Northwestern Part of Zambia. International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities. Volume IV, Issue II, 2016.
  • Sylvester, Mutunda. Free at Last: A Feminist Insight Into Beyala’s The Sun Hath Looked Upon Me and El Saadawi’s Woman At Point Zero. Research Journal of English Language and Literature. Vol.4.Issue 2.2016 .
  • Sylvester, Mutunda. Free at Last: A Feminist Insight Into Beyala’s The Sun Hath Looked Upon Me and El Saadawi’s Woman At Point Zero. Research Journal of English Language and Literature. Vol.4.Issue 2.2016 .
  • Kelvin Mambwe. Nicknaming in Football: The case of Nicknames of National Soccer Teams in Southern Africa. Journal of Innovative Research. Vol. 3 (6).
  • Kelvin Mambwe. Nicknaming in Football: The case of Nicknames of National Soccer Teams in Southern Africa. Journal of Innovative Research. Vol. 3 (6).
  • Mutunda, S.  Anthropomastics in selected Zambian novels: A cultural appraisal. International Journal of Education, culture and society, Vol. 2, issue 4, August 2017.
  • Mutunda, S (2017), Anthropomastics in selected Zambian novels: A cultural appraisal, published in the International Journal of Education, culture and society, Vol. 2, issue 4, August 2017, pp. 101 – 113.
  • Chishiba, G. The Nyanja version of the simplied guide to the anti-gender based violence Act in Zambia examined in the light of the Skopos theory. Journal of Lexicography and Terminology (Zambia lexicographic and terminological initiative – ZALTI), Vol 1, issue 1, 2017.
  • Chishiba, G (2017), The Nyanja version of the simplied guide to the anti-gender based violence Act in Zambia examined in the light of the Skopos theory, published in the Journal of Lexicography and Terminology (Zambia lexicographic and terminological initiative – ZALTI), Vol 1, issue 1, 2017, ISSN: 2517-9306, pp. 31-44.
  • Chanda, V. Lexical engineering: Theory, practice and proposals for Zambian languages. Journal of Lexicography and Terminology (Zambia lexicographic and terminological initiative – ZALTI), Vol 1, issue 1, 2017.
  • Chanda, V (2017), Lexical engineering: Theory, practice and proposals for Zambian languages, published in the Journal of Lexicography and Terminology (Zambia lexicographic and terminological initiative – ZALTI), Vol 1, issue 1, 2017, ISSN: 2517-9306, pp. 1-29.
  • Chanda, V. Language and truth. Chanda, V (2017), Language and truth, published in the Zambian Journal of Language Studies (University of Zambia Language Centre – UNZALAC), Vol 1, issue 1, 2017, ISSN: 2415-668X, pp. 33-52.
  • Kabali, T and Moyo M. Washing spittle while on the river bank: Parental responses to local language for early grade instruction in Zambia. Kabali, T and Moyo M (2017), Washing spittle while on the river bank: Parental responses to local language for early grade instruction in Zambia, published in the Zambian Journal of Language Studies (University of Zambia Language Centre – UNZALAC), Vol 1, issue 1, 2017, ISSN: 2415-668X, pp. 183-204.
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