Jana Klingenberg, lecturer in the Publishing Studies sub-discipline, contributed a chapter called Literary Translingualism in a Multilingual Society: South Africa's Publishing Landscape. To the newly published Routledge Handbook Literary Translingualism, edited by Steven Kellman and Natash Lvovich. This book is published as part of the Routledge Literature Handbooks series.
The chapter focuses on the unique situation regarding translingualism in the South African publishing industry, examining the growth of literature in different languages in South Africa's publishing history and how this has impacted on the prevalence of translingualism today. The chapter is also the only contributions on literary translingualism in Africa.
The handbook "aims to provide a comprehensive overview of translingual literature in a wide variety of languages throughout the world, from ancient to modern times". For more information about this handbook, visit http://www.routledge.com/9780367279189