Dr Isaac Ndlovu is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English, Media Studies and Linguistics. He has worked for over fifteen years in the higher education sector. He specialises in African literature in English. He has written book chapters and supervised Honours, Masters and PhD students. Dr Ndlovu is a C3 NRF rated researcher. He has published extensively in peer reviewed and accredited journals. Among his recent publications are:
1) “Writing and Reading Zimbabwe in the Global Literary Market: A Case of Four Novelists” in the Journal of Postcolonial Writing” 57.1, 2020: 106-120;
2) “Rewriting the Colonial Gaze? Black Middle-Class Constructions of Africa in Sihle Khumalo’s Travel Writing” in a/b: Auto/Biography Studies 35.3, 2020: 691-710
3) “Writing in and about Prison, Childhood Albinism and Human Temporality in Petina Gappah’s The Book of Memory” in the Journal of Literary Studies 34.4, 2018: 1-17.
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Designation: Senior lecturer
Qualifications: Dip. Ed. (UZ); BA (Hons) (UZ); MA & PhD (Stellenbosch University).
Phone: +2715 962 8361
Office no: 16, Humanities and Social Sciences Building