Mrs. Makolobane holds an MA in American Literatures from the University of Essex, a Post Graduate Diploma in Education and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Botswana. She also sits on the editorial board of Petlwana, a journal of creative writing from Botswana.
Mrs. Makolobane was born on December 26th 1991 in Serowe, Botswana. She joined the Department of English as a lecturer of American Literature in February 2019. However, she has been part of the department since July 2016 as a Staff Development Fellow, a year after the completion of her undergraduate studies.
ENG123: Introduction to Literature: Poetry and Drama
ENG113: Introduction to Literature: Prose
ENG324: 20th Century American Literature
English Proficiency Courses (Beginners Level, Intermediate Level, Advanced Level)
Her research interests are in Twentieth Century African- American Literature with her favourite novel being, “Passing” by Nella Larsen.
American Literature, more especially in African American Literature
Makolobane, C. M (2018). The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: Evaluating Integration Barriers Between Blacks and Whites in Post-Abolitionist Literature. Masters dissertation. University of Essex, United Kingdom.