Sam Kasule


NameSam Kasule
Job titleProfessor of Postcolonial Theatre and Performance
Research instituteCollege of Arts, Humanities and Education

Research outputs

Public Art, Dance and Music and the Politics of Culture in East and Central Africa Interview with Faisal Kiwewa of Bayimba International Festival of the Arts, Uganda

Kasule, S. 2023. Public Art, Dance and Music and the Politics of Culture in East and Central Africa Interview with Faisal Kiwewa of Bayimba International Festival of the Arts, Uganda . (14.1), pp. 1-20.

The Post-colonial Storyteller: George Bwanika Seremba’s Come Good Rain

Kasule, S. 2021. The Post-colonial Storyteller: George Bwanika Seremba’s Come Good Rain. African Performance Review. 13 (1&2), pp. 9-20. https://doi.org/10.30817/0111apr0176

“I smoked them out”: Perspectives on the emergence of folk opera or ‘musical plays’ in Uganda.

Kasule, Sam 2020. “I smoked them out”: Perspectives on the emergence of folk opera or ‘musical plays’ in Uganda. in: Boydell and Brewer.

East African theatres and performances

Kasule, Samuel and Osita, Okagbue 2020. East African theatres and performances. Routledge.

Walukagga the Black Smith

Kasule, Samuel 2018. Walukagga the Black Smith. Wavah Books Ltd.

Old ways, new ways: Theatre artists peopling the media in Uganda

Kasule, Samuel 2018. Old ways, new ways: Theatre artists peopling the media in Uganda. African Performance Review.

Brecht in pidgin: Oladipo Agboluaje's mother courage in Africa

Kasule, Samuel 2018. Brecht in pidgin: Oladipo Agboluaje's mother courage in Africa. African Performance Review.

Re-imagining Bertolt Brecht, redefining British Theatre: Oladipo Agboluaje's Mother Courage

Kasule, Samuel 2016. Re-imagining Bertolt Brecht, redefining British Theatre: Oladipo Agboluaje's Mother Courage. African Performance Review.

Playing and performance in Uganda: A conversation with Professor Justinian Ssalongo Tamusuza

Kasule, Samuel 2013. Playing and performance in Uganda: A conversation with Professor Justinian Ssalongo Tamusuza. African Performance Review.

‘Don’t Talk into my Talk’:oral narratives, cultural identity & popular performance in Colonial Uganda

Kasule, Samuel 2010. ‘Don’t Talk into my Talk’:oral narratives, cultural identity & popular performance in Colonial Uganda. in: James Currey.
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