PROFESSOR V. MUGARI
PhD Linguistics and Applied Linguistics 2012 (BLCU; China), MPhil in Linguistics 2008 (UZ),
BA Honours in Linguistics 2003 (UZ). Certificate of Competence in Mandarin 2009 (BLCU; China)
Dr Victor Mugari is a Research fellow with the University of South Africa’s College of Human Sciences, Department of African Languages.
Morphosyntax, Semantics and Sociolinguistics and Zimbabwean Sign Language
Undergraduate: General Linguistics Theory, Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology, Schools of linguistic Thought, Bilingualism and Language Contact, Morphology, Field Linguistics, Sociolinguistics
Postgraduate: Language Structure, Applied Sociolinguistics, Research Methods, Language for Academic Purposes
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities will be known for developing individuals who unravel and interrogate Africa’s tangible and intangible heritage to inspire innovation and modernisation and foster vibrancy of diverse communities.
Our vision is to be (and be recognized by others as) a leading Faculty balancing academic excellence with consciousness to national and international social relevance and responsibility.
Through the development and refinement of teaching and research programmes that are intellectually challenging, rigorous in both analysis and application, as well as socially relevant, the FoA aims to produce well-rounded graduates who can contribute to a fuller understanding of the Human Condition in both the historical and cultural contexts.
Our Core Values
- Social justice