Tuesday, September 20, 2016
SASMARS on Facebook!
We are moving with the times!
Our thanks and good wishes are due to Carin Marais, who has taken over the task of ensuring the SASMARS presence on the internet. Carin has set up a Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SasmarsSA/
Please have a look and ‘like’ our page! You are welcome to contact Carin at email@example.com
The SASMARS homepage, with links to pages for the biennial conferences since 2010, is still athttp://sasmarsnewsletter.blogspot.co.za/
My sincere thanks to all who have been in touch and contributed to the SASMARS Newsletter since we entered cyberspace in 2008. Interest in SASMARS has grown beyond our wildest expectations and has attracted the attention of scholars from all over the world. As a result, our 20th biennial conference in 2010 received the largest group of international delegates ever and served to forge important links between international scholars and their Southern African counterparts. This trend has continued, as evidenced in the diverse mix of delegates to our recent conference at Mont Fleur in August this year. My contact with so many interested and interesting people locally and abroad has been personally enriching.
Leonie Viljoen – signing out
Formerly Associate Professor and Research Fellow, Department of English Studies, Unisa