Catalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies 13.2 is out now (Special Issue: ‘The Breakthrough of Digital Health’)

Intellect announced that Catalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies 13.2 is now out Special Issue: ‘The Breakthrough of Digital Health’ Aims and Scope The Catalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies (CJCS) aims to provide an international discussion forum for critical thought and study. CJCS is committed to publishing research and scholarship on the analysis of media and […]

Wylie on Freund, ‘Bill Freund: An Historian’s Passage to Africa

by H-Net Reviews Bill Freund. Bill Freund: An Historian’s Passage to Africa. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2021. Illustrations. 288 pp. $30.00 (paper), ISBN 978-1-77614-672-7. Reviewed by Diana Wylie (Boston University) Published on H-Africa (September, 2021) Commissioned by David D. Hurlbut (Independent Scholar) Printable Version: South African Historian as True Patriot “Bill Freund was a true South African patriot,” remarked Minister of Higher Education […]

‘Finding My Voice in Academia’ Ms Shannon Leigh Landers Shares Her Journey Within Academia

A google search for a guide to writing your master’s dissertation offers clinical advice on the importance of reading, preparation and choosing the correct topic and supervisor. However, these tips often neglect the human aspect of this stressful undertaking – mental health. Maintaining mental health is imperative – if not, the most crucial part of the journey. […]

CCMS Doctorate Graduate Examined Interpretations of Masculinities in SA Soapies

Interpretations of masculinities presented in three South African soap operas: Uzalo, Imbewu and Isibaya by Zulu male audiences living in KwaZulu-Natal were the focus of a doctoral research undertaken by Dr Melba Nzimande who graduated with a PhD in Media and Cultural studies. Nzimande says research contributes to African masculinity studies, especially those in soap operas in terms of representation […]

CCMS Alumni Collaborate on a Qualitative Evaluation Study in 3 African Countries

Four CCMS alumni and one current CCMS PhD candidate recently collaborated on a qualitative evaluation study commissioned by Johnson & Johnson for the New Horizons Advancing Paediatric HIV Care Collaborative (NHC) in three selected countries: Kenya, Uganda and Zambia in 2020. This study was aimed at evaluating the effectiveness, relevance, efficiency and sustainability of the […]

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