Ms Angeline Masowa
PhD Candidate (UCT), MA (UZ), BA Hons. (UZ)
Research interests: Language and gender, Lexicography and translation
- Images of Women in Selected Shona and Ndebele Jokes that were Created in Zimbabwe during the Decade of Challenges, 2000-2010: AN EXEGESIS (co-author T. L. Gopo) in the Zimbabwe Women Writers’ Book: Zimbabwe’s Decade of Crisis, 2000 – 2010: Zimbabwean Women’s Critical Perspectives 2013.
- Children’s rights not a new phenomenon in Africa: A comparative analysis of children’s rights as depicted in selected Shona/Ndebele folktales and the children’s rights in the United Nations conventions (co-authors T. L Gopo, Z. Mamvura) to be published in Navigating the Contours of African Childhood Experiences: Multidisciplinary Perspectives 2013.
- The African Philosophy of Development as expressed in Shona Proverbs (co-author Mamvura Z.) in Zimbabwe International Journal of Languages and Culture, Vol. 2 No3 2012
- ‘Re-Discoursing gender in the context of HIV/AIDS: An analysis of Light A Candle (2006) and Totanga Patsva (2005)’ (co-author Kandawasvika-Chivandikwa R.R.) in Re-discoursing African Womanhood in the search for sustainable Renaissance: African Womanhood in Multi-disciplinary Approaches, Z. Mguni Gambahaya et al, Mambo Press, Gweru, 2011.
- ‘Sociolinguistic Aspects of Linguistic Innovation in the Chihwindi Linguistic Code’ by Mberi E., Mamvura Z. and Masowa A. in Occasional paper No 68, CASAS, 2011.
- The impact of modernisation on African Foklkore: An Afrocentric Exegesis of the Folklore genre amongst the Karanga people’ (co-authors Zivenge W., Charamba T.) in Zimbabwe International Journal of Languages and Culture, Vol. 2 No1 2011.