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YOUNG POSTGRADUATES DEVELOP
THEIR CRITICAL AND LATERAL THINKING SKILLS

SUPPORTS DISCUSSIONS THAT HELP
YOUNG POSTGRADUATES DEVELOP
THEIR CRITICAL AND LATERAL THINKING SKILLS

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Uniting against the common enemy: Covid-19 and South Africa’s militarized nationhood

Tinashe Mawere
Centre for Sexualities, Aids & Gender (CSA&G), University of Pretoria, South Africa

Tinashe Mawere is currently a researcher at CSA&G. He joined the Department of Historical and Heritage Studies and the CSA&G as a Postdoctoral researcher in May 2017. His interests are on identity constructions, nationalisms, gender and sexualities and the workings of popular culture in political and social contexts. Previously, he was a Doctoral Fellow in the Programme on the Study of the Humanities in Africa (PSHA), at the Centre for Humanities Research (CHR), and a Doctoral student in the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of the Western Cape (UWC).

The Covid-19 pandemic: Re/making common knowledges and common spaces

Tinashe Mawere
Centre for Sexualities, Aids & Gender (CSA&G), University of Pretoria, South Africa

Tinashe Mawere is currently a researcher at CSA&G. He joined the Department of Historical and Heritage Studies and the CSA&G as a Postdoctoral researcher in May 2017. His interests are on identity constructions, nationalisms, gender and sexualities and the workings of popular culture in political and social contexts. Previously, he was a Doctoral Fellow in the Programme on the Study of the Humanities in Africa (PSHA), at the Centre for Humanities Research (CHR), and a Doctoral student in the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of the Western Cape (UWC).

Please note: The above articles were originally published on the Irish Aid Project(https://www.irishaid.ie/) and The Centre for Sexualities, AIDS and Gender (CSA&G, https://www.csagup.org/) at the University of Pretoria. The views and opinions expressed in the articles are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the the Irish Aid Project or the CSA&G.

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