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Chair for Critical Studies in Higher Education Transformation

Thoughtfully constructed, Zandile Mbabela and Vuyo Bongela engage with the highly relevant and complex singularity of ‘the black experience’ at historically ‘white’ institutions of higher learning. 

Until a conversation with a would-be deputy vice-chancellor on why I om personally
uninterested in university management, it was ironic that I had never dwelt at length
on the kinds of masculinity that a university implicitly or deliberately nurtures or
discourages.

Under what conditions would you consider excellent, or even satisfactory, a thesis that quotes mainly authors from Western Europe or North America? Given the work we do as professors, we read many dissertations in our areas of interests.


By Adv.Tembeka Ngcukaitobi

Discussant: Prof Nomalanga Mkhize


CriSHET, CANRAD & Department of Student Governance and Development present: