- PhD; History Major and Development Studies Minor (University of Minnesota, USA),
- Master of Arts in Economic History, (University of Zimbabwe),
- BA Honors in Economic History (University of Zimbabwe).
- Gendered socio-economic dynamics of migration in Africa,
- Implications for survival and livelihoods
- Gender and Informal Mining in Rural Zimbabwe
- Impacts of conflicts, peace and national healing on human rights and development NGO and Corporate interventions for community development Gender and economic/ national policies Managing the environmental impacts of development
- Mudeka I., “We Faced Mabvuto”: The State, African Authorities and Nyasa Women’s Experiences of Migration to Rhodesia, 1935-1960s, The Dyke, vol. 7, No. 3, (2013), 102-119.
- Mudeka I., “Women and the limitations of Zimbabwe’s Indigenization and Economic Empowerment Policy: A Gendered Appraisal” in D. Munemo and J. Matunhu,(eds) Selected Issues in Development, (Book Love, Harare, 2014).
- Mudeka I., “Female Combatants and Shifting Gender Perceptions during Zimbabwe’s Liberation War, 1966-1979”, International Journal of Gender and Women’s Studies, vol.2, No.1, (March 2014), pp83-104.
- Mudeka I., Goredema D. and Mukuhlani T., “Social Repair and National Healing in the Context of a Failed Demobilization and the Perpetual War Mentality in Zimbabwe”, Southern Peace Review Journal, vol.3, No. 1, (September 2014)
- P. Chigora, D. Goredema and I. Mudeka, “Underperformance of Students at Institutions of Higher Learning in Zimbabwe in the 21st Century: Possible Explanations”, OSSREA Bulletin, vol. 11, No.3, (October 2014).
- Mukuhlani T., Mudeka I. and Manavale P., “The Role of Church-based Organizations in Peace-building: A Case Study of CCJP in Masvingo Diocese, 2008-2013”, Southern Peace Review Journal, vol.3, No. 1, (September, 2014).