Prof. Dr. Danson S. Kahyana
- Kahyana, Danson Sylvester. “What If It Wasn’t Kato Who Raped Diana? Representing the Yearning for Justice in As I Stood Dead Before the World: Creative Writing from Luzira Prison(2018)”. Imbizo 11.2 (2020). 1-16. https://doi.org/10.25159/2663-6565/6573
- Kahyana, Danson Sylvester. “Narratives of Oppressed Identity and Ethnic Discrimination in Mohamed A. Eno’s The Bantu-Jareer Somalis: Unearthing Apartheid in the Horn of Africa.” Journal of Somali Studies. 7.1 (2020): 9-40. https://journals.co.za/content/journal/10520/EJC-1ea0f3e35b
- Kahyana, Danson Sylvester and T. Tu Huynh. “A General Introduction”. African and Asian Studies19 (2020) 1-10. https://brill.com/view/journals/aas/19/1-2/article-p1_1.xml
- Kahyana, Danson Sylvester. “The People’s Republic of China as Imagined in Taddeo Bwambale Nyondo’s Around China in 300 Days: A Journey Through 30 Cities and Towns(2017)”. African and Asian Studies 19 (2020) 60-80. https://brill.com/view/journals/aas/19/1-2/article-p60_4.xml
- Kahyana, Sylvester Kahyana. “A Ugandan Poet Remembers the Rwanda Genocide on Facebook in Canada: The Transnational Aesthetics of Juliane Okot Bitek’s 100 Days (2016)”. Postcolonial Text1 (2020). https://www.postcolonial.org/index.php/pct/article/view/2391/2368.
- Kahyana, Sylvester Danson. “Versifying as Reckoning: The Quest for Justice in Mohamed A. Eno’s Guilt of Otherness(2013) and Vertical Articulation (2015)”. Journal of Somali Studies2 (2019): 11-50. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31920/2056-5682/2019/6n2a2
- “Depiction of African Indigenous Education in Akiki Nyabongo’s Africa Answers Back(1936).” Alternation Special Edition 18 (2016) 241-254. http://alternation.ukzn.ac.za/Files/docs/23%20SpEd18/11%20Kahyana%20F.pdf
- Kahyana, Sylvester Danson. “Shifting marginalities in Ham Mukasa and Sir Apolo Kagwa’s Uganda’s Katikiro in England.” Journal of African Cultural Studies, 2016. 1-13. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13696815.2016.1246244.
“The Poetics of Place and Space in Michael David Kyazze’s Zimbabwe-Set Novel, Rustlings of a Mulberry Tree(2014)”. Matatu: Journal for African Culture and Society, edited Dr. Gordon. 48(2016): 209-224. http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/10.1163/18757421-04801014
- “Writing dictatorship and misrule in Uganda: Susan N. Kiguli’s The African Saga.” In Social Dynamics: A Journal of African Studies3 (2015): 502-515.
- “The Potential Role of Orature in Fighting the Spread of HIV/AIDS.” In Matatu: Journal for African Culture and Society42 (2013): 159-171. https://www.deepdyve.com/lp/brill/the-potential-role-of-orature-in-fighting-the-spread-of-hiv-aids-YnuCA0omAg
- “Narrating National Identity: Fiction, Citizenship and the Asian Experience in East Africa.”In Africa Development. 2003 (1-2): 97-111.
ii)CHAPTERS IN EDITED BOOKS
- “Okot p’Bitek’s Diagnostic Poetics and the Quest for an African Revolution in Song of Lawinoand Song of Ocol.” In Decolonizing Pathways: Postcoloniality, Globalization, and African Development. Ed. Jimmy Spire Ssentongo. Nkozi: Centre for African Studies, Uganda Martyrs’ University. 2018.17-47. https://catalog.princeton.edu/catalog/11012288
- Kahyana, Sylvester Danson. “Representation of Violence in Ugandan Literature.” In Controlling Consent: Uganda’s 2016 Elections. Eds. Joe Oloka-Onyango and Josephine Ahikire. Trenton and Asmara: Africa World Press, 2017. 379-397. https://books.google.co.ug/books/about/Controlling_Consent.html?id=26lyvgAACAAJ&redir_esc=y
- “The Meaning of Education as an Introduction to Total Reality – A Case of the Teaching of East African Poetry.” In Education and Reality: Reflections on Luigi Giussani’s Book, The Risk of Education, edited by Paul Sanna et al. Nairobi: Fondazione AVSI and Kenyatta University, 2008. https://books.google.co.ug/books/about/Education_and_Reality.html?id=ANtRQwAACAAJ&redir_esc=y
b)SELECTED BOOK REVIEWS
- Mulyampiti, Tabitha, Roberts Muriisa, and Catherine Kanabahita: It is a Long Way to the Top: Increasing Women’s Leadership in Ugandan Public Universities. Dakar: CODESRIA, 2018. 146 pp. ISBN: 978-2-86978-787-2. Research Africa Reviews3(2) August 2019. https://sites.duke.edu/researchafrica/files/2019/09/7-2-Danson-Review-Long-Way-to-the-Top-3-2019.pdf
- “Prof Timothy Wangusa releases Betwixt Mountain and Wilderness”: Review of Betwixt Mountain and Wilderness, Toronto: Nsemia Inc. Publishers, 2015. The Weekly Observer. http://www.observer.ug/lifestyle/42-entertainment/40679-prof-timothy-wangusa-releases-betwixt-mountain-and-wilderness
- “Ngũgĩ‟s return to English”: Review of Globalectics: Theory and the Politics of Knowing by Ngũgĩ wa Thiong‟o, New York: Columbia University Press, 2012. Stellenbosch Literary Project, SLipNet. http://slipnet.co.za/view/reviews/ngugis-return-to-english/
- “Edifying and unsettling”: Review of African Sexualities: A Reader, edited by Sylvia Tamale, Pambazuka Press, 2011. Stellenbosch Literary Project, SLipNet. http://slipnet.co.za/view/reviews/edifying-and-unsettling/
c)SELECTED CREATIVE WRITING
- “What Shall We Tell Our Children?” In Go Tell Home. Eds. Lilian Akampurira Aujo, Harriet Anena and Sam Zinunula Iga. Kampala: Femrite Publications, 2019. 41-42.
- Kahyana, Danson (Lion 25). “Ntare School, A Haven to the Bayiira”. In The Roar of the 1990s: Memories of Ntare School Old Boys. Ed. Nick Twinamatsiko. Kampala: Kisana Consults Ltd., 2018. 195-197.
- “My Desire” and “I Miss You” – Two poems inWe Have Crossed Many Rivers: New Poetry from Africa, edited by Dike Okoro. Lagos: Malthouse Press Limited, 2013.
- “Fate of the Innocent” – a short story in Through Michael’s Eye: The War against the Ugandan Child, edited by Raoul J. Granqvist. Institutionen för Moderna Språk. Umeå universitet. Umeå, 2005.