Staff Profiles: Community Studies

Professor Chipo Hungwe

Position: Executive Dean

Research Interests:
    Ageing Gender Migration Urban agriculture Work  Survival strategies

Dr Patience Chadambuka

Position: Chairperson

Research interests
    Land and Agrarian Studies, Community Development and Livelihoods Gender, Sexuality and Family Studies, Migration, Race, Ethnicity and studies of difference.

Dr Brenda Muchabveyo

Position: Lecturer

Research Interests
    Sociology of Health and Illness; Maternal health, Gender and Sexuality; Disability Studies; Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare.

Dr Eve K. Chandaengerwa

Position: Lecturer

Research Interests
    Childhood Youth and Child rights Socio-Cultural Anthropology Anthropology of Health and Illness Evidence Based research and Policy

Mr Praise Percy Tinashe Gandah

Position: Lecturer

Research Interests:
    Rural and urban development Water and livelihoods Social inequalities Social marginalization Crime and deviance Age, gender and class issues

Mr Tafadzwa Blessing Choto

Position: Lecturer

Research interests
    Sociology of Sport Sport for Development and Peace Gender and Development Social Policy Rural Development Sociology of Politics Social theory

Mrs Faith Chipo Zengeni

Position: Lecturer

Research interests
    Gender and the workplace Organisational change and workplace restructuring Child based social policies

Mr Rodney Tichaona Munemo

Position: Lecturer

Research interests
    Social and Cultural Anthropology Inclusive Education Land reform programs in Zimbabwe  Gender and land rights  Rural development

Mr Talent Moyo

Position: Lecturer

Research Interests: 
    Youth Studies Migration Studies Identities Urban Sociology Social Policy Political Sociology. 

Mr Wiseman Masunda

Position: Lecturer

Research interests
    Social policy Urban and rural development Gender studies Public Health and Social theory

Mr Ngonidzashe Chidavaenzi

Position: Lecturer

Research interests
    Urban migration and displacement Climate change and renewable energy Community development Entrepreneurship  Religion

Mrs Maureen Tshuma

Position: Lecturer

Research interests

    Gender, Sexuality and Development Public Health Issues Vulnerable Populations HIV/AIDS Adolescents Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH) Adolescents and Young People Living with HIV Linkages between health, poverty, risk and vulnerability with a particular interest in health systems development, Gender and Development Population Displacement