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Nokwanda Yoliswa Nzuza
Position Lecturer
Discipline Anthropology
Phone 033 260 5289
Email nzuzan@ukzn.ac.za
Campus Pietermaritzburg Campus
Office Address Room 340a, New Arts Building

Degrees Held

  • BSocSc (Anthropology and Media Studies) UKZN
  • BSocScHons (Anthropology) UKZN
  • MSocSc (Anthropology) UKZN

Research Interests:

  • Anthropology of Food, Health Related Studies, Identity, Migration, Religion, Sexuality and Social Construction of the Body

Teaching Areas:

  • ANTH 102 Culture and Society in Africa
  • ANTH 202 Families and Households

Supervision:

Honours

  • Mnguni, S (in progress). Youth on Drugs: An Investigation of the Link between the Use of Dagga and the High Levels of Poverty for Young Black Men Living In Pietermaritzburg, France Township

Publications/Selected Publications (2011 – 2013):

Journal Articles:

  • Naidu, M and Nzuza, N (2013). Food and maintaining identity for migrants: Sierra Leone migrants in Durban. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 4(3): 193-200
  • Naidu, M and Nzuza, N (2013). When God beckons: Stories of the ‘call’ in a Pentecostal Church. Journal of Social Science, 36(2): 153-163

Complete Research Record:

  • Naidu, M and Nzuza, N (2014). Transnationalised memories among migrants: How ‘indigenous’ Food can bring home closer. The Anthropologist, 17(2): 333-340
  • Naidu, M and Nzuza, N (2013). Food and maintaining identity for migrants: Sierra Leone migrants in Durban. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 4(3): 193-200
  • Naidu, M and Nzuza, N (2013). When God beckons: Stories of the ‘call’ in a Pentecostal Church. Journal of Social Science, 36(2): 153-163

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