- B Soc Sc York University Toronto, Canada
- Honours Soc Sc, UND, Durban
- Masters Soc Sc, UND, Durban
- D.Phil University of Kwa Zulu Natal
- Gender, Family, Identity, work life balance, domestic work and socialisation. Teaching areas include; theory, methodology and gender,
- Seedat Khan, M. 2009 Domestic Workers and Socialisation in South Africa; 2009; Verlag Dr. Muller; ISBN 978-3-639-19671-9
- April 2012; Chapter 9: A sense of South African Indianness: citizenship, identity and experiences of exclusion at the Oriental Plaza in Johannesburg ; P154-168
- April 2011; Chapter 25 Gender politics and work-family integration: persisting exclusions at two South African universities; P401-415
- April 2012; Part 1 Chapter 3 Tracing the Journey of South African Indian Women from 1860 35 -47
- Seedat Khan, M. 2010 South African Indian Women Journey from 1860″ South African Labour Bulletin, Vol 34, N 5, pp59-61
Selected Awards and Professional Honours
- Secretary of the South African Sociological Association SASA March 2011 -July 2012
- Executive Member SASA 2012-Present
- Member of the International Sociological Association 2007- present
- Africa and Middle East Representative R 32 Clinical Sociology
- Reviewer for the Journal of Contemporary History 2007-present
- Recipient of the University of Johannesburg, Faculty of Humanities, Outstanding First Year Teaching Award 2011
- SOCY101H1P1 Introduction to Sociology:
This course will provide students with an understanding of Sociology and the Social Sciences; you will be able to understand the difference between common sense thinking and sociological thinking.
- SOCY302H1 Contemporary Theory- Theorists: This course introduces students to contemporary social theorists in the field of gender.
- SOCY702H1P1 Contemporary Social Theory: This postgraduate course provides students with a theoretical base in Sociology; students will explore key theoretical areas that will help them draw a link between theory and practice.
- SOCY202H2P2 Social Change: This course will allow students to become familiar with theories of social change, and their implications for understanding societies.
Recent and current graduate students supervised with thesis/research interests.
- Cheri- Lee Andrade; Masters in Sociology; Negotiating HIV and AIDS. The quality of dating relationships of young adults
- Trusha Reddy; Masters in Political Science” The commercialisation of NGO’s”
- Vanessa Van der Walt; Masters in Sociology; Primary Socialisation And Race: Student Experiences
- Annelize Naidoo; Masters in Sociology; The subjective experiences of family work life balance for the female black African domestic worker in Johannesburg.; Subjective experiences of family-work life balance black African domestic workers in Johannesburg?
- Mariam Sha; Management College of South Africa; Masters in Business Administration; Supervision of Dissertation
- Golden Phiri; Management College of South Africa; Masters in Business Administration; Supervision of Dissertation
- Muhammed Suliman; Masters in Sociology: Gaining, maintaining or losing Social Capital. The experience of Muslim women during Iddah