Rhodes University

Reviewers: 24

9th in South Africa

Reviews: 232

8th in South Africa

Merit: 621

8th in South Africa

Openness: 0.6

14th in South Africa

Journal Editors at Rhodes University

Reviewers from Rhodes University

  • Reviewer

    Dina Zoe Belluigi

    My experience as an academic is inclusive of teaching within higher education studies (HES) and fine art studio practice. The trans-disciplinary field of HES draws from critical culture studies and social science; in my own work, I have brought to bear my background from fine art, including notions of a post-modernism of resistance (including post-colonialism) and aesthetic and literary theory, with its concerns for representation, interpretation, discourse and ethics.

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    Sherran Clarence

    I am an academic writing specialist and an honorary research associate at Rhodes University. I research academic writing, especially at postgraduate and early career level, as well as pedagogies around writing and learning in the disciplines. I am also a managing editor of two scholarly journals.

  • Reviewer

    Fiona Paumgarten

    My research to date has focused on rural livelihoods within Southern Africa (South Africa and Zambia specifically), taking into consideration the activities in which rural households engage in order to secure and maintain a sustainable livelihood. My particular focus has been on the role of natural resources and capital, including agroforestry (Honours) and non-timber forest products (Masters), in rural livelihoods. With the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) I conducted and participated in research on collective action for improved market access for select non-timber forest products in Burkina Faso, Ethiopia and Zambia. In addition to this I have conducted research on the mainstreaming of forestry in national development plans (including Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers) in Zambia, Malawi and Tanzania and on the impact of foreign investments (and associated land transfers) on forests and forest-based livelihoods in Zambia. Gender has always been a core aspect of my research. I am currently pursuing a PhD at the University of the Witwatersrand and with interests in the climate change adaptation strategies of rural livelihoods.

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    Cristián J Monaco

    Cristián J. Monaco is a marine biologist interested in individual-level processes that can improve our understanding of the mechanisms driving natural system responses to environmental variables. He favours an integrative approach combining field and laboratory observations and manipulations, along with computer modelling to account for organisms’ physiological and behavioural adaptations. This type of work is proving essential to provide better predictions about the impacts of climate change on physiological and ecological dynamics in both managed and unaltered systems.