Dr Phyllis K Kaburise is a Part-Time Senior Lecturer in the Department of English. She has worked for over 40 years in the higher education sector. She specializes in English Language Structure, English Usage, Semantics and Pragmatics. She has supervised Honours, Masters and PhD students. Dr Kaburise has published extensively in peer reviewed and accredited journals. Among her recent publications are:
1) Kaburise, P., Ramavhona, G. 2018. West African anansesem as timeless conversation pieces: a Gricean approach. Southern African Folklore Society (SAFOS). 28 (1):13 pages. https://doi.org/10.25159/1016-8427/4299. Unisa.
2) Kaburise, P. Ramavhona, G. 2016. Language and climate change: a case study of Tshivenda and English. Indilinga, Vol 15 (1) pp 205 – 216.
3) Mareva, R., Kaburise, P., Klu, E. 2016. Teaching ‘standard’ English or local code-switched new Englishes in schools in ‘outer circle’ countries? Insights from selected secondary school teachers of Zimbabwe. IRA – International Journal of Education and Multidisciplinary Studies; Vol 4 (1) pp. 114 – 124
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Department: Department of English, Media Studies and Linguistics
Designation: Part-time Senior Lecturer
Qualification: BA (Hons) Univ. of Ghana (Legon, Ghana); MEd Univ. of East Anglia (Cambridge/East Anglia, UK); Cert. TEFOL (Cambridge, UK); Cert. TESOL, (Wellington, NZ); PhD Univ. of Pretoria (South Africa).
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