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Dr n masuku Department of African Languages University of South Africa March 2015 Rank: senior lecturer tel: 012 429-6444 Fax: 012 429-3221


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Dr N Masuku Department of African Languages University of South Africa

March 2015


Rank: SENIOR LECTURER Tel: 012 429-6444

Fax: 012 429-3221
Email: masukn@unisa.ac.za
Office: TvW 7-50
Qualifications:


DLitt et Phil: University of south Africa M.A: University of South Africa BA(Hons): University of Pretoria

BA (Hons) University of South Africa
BA: University of South Africa
Higher Education Diploma: University of South Africa
Project Management: School of Business Leadership

FIELDS OF SPECIALISATION:
IsiZulu : Literature and Folklore

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Folklore
Gender Issues
Drama, Novel, Short stories
Indigenous Knowledge Systems

RESEARCH PROJECTS


National Institute for the Humanities and Human Sciences

OTHER DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS
Language Head (isiZulu)
Teaching Undergraduate: AFL1502 ( Literature) AFL2603 (Literature)

AFL3702 (Indigenous Knowledge Systems)
Teaching Postgraduate:
Honours Paper (Traditional Literature) Masters and Doctoral Supervision.

External examiner for University of Limpopo, UKZN and TUT Professional positions and fellowship & awards Chairperson of the Organization: Southern African Journal for Folklore Studies (2010-2014)

Treasurer: Southern African Journal for Folklore Studies (2014- to date).
PUBLICATIONS.


(i) Articles in accredited journals
The position of a barren W omen in African Society with Special reference to the folktale UNyumbakatali published in the Southern Folklore for Journal Studies-Vol. 19(1) 2008.

W omanist inclinations in the analysis of Nandi’s praise poem: An African perspective: published in the Southern Folklore for Journal Studies-Vol. (2)

2009.

The Depiction of Mkabayi: A review of her praise poem. South African



Journal of African Languages Vol. (2) no 2009.

Songs and Folktales as Conduits for Social Change in Zulu Culture: A Perspective on Umkhwekazi namasi. MUZIKI: Journal of Music Research in Africa, vol.9, no1 2012.

UMabhejane the witch through the eyes of the narrator published in the



Southern Folklore for Journal Studies Vol. (1) 2014.


CONFERENCE PAPERS AND SEMINARS.
10 International and local papers-developed into journal articles and conference proceedings.


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