School of Education

Maserole Christina Kgari-Masondo

kgarimasondo@ukzn.ac.za

031-260-3454

  • Details

  • Position Lecturer;
  • Discipline History Education;
  • CampusEdgewood Campus
  • Office Address145A Tutorial Building level 1

Degrees Held

  • PhD, MA, Hons, BA, Higher Diploma in Education (HDE)

Profile (Experience, Accomplishments, Awards, etc.):

Experience:

  • Teaching at High Schools 12years, Tertiary Institutions Lecturer 2years, Training and Development 9 year

Awards:

  • Kellogg Foundations Academic Award for Studies at UCT 1990 till 1997, Mellon Foundations for completing PhD 2004-2008, Leader of the year (Pastor) for Excellence in Administration, leadership and management by The People of God Christian Ministries International

Research Interests:

  • Socio-Environmental History, Education and Pedagogy, Indigenous knowledge Process

Teaching Interests:

  • History, Teaching Method, Curriculum Studies, Gender Studies, Religion and Social Science.

Supervision:

  • 3 History MA students

Community Involvement/Outreach:

  • Life Coaching, Counselling, Teaching on Environmental issues, Marriage Officer and Counselor, Pastoring.

Publications/Selected Publications (2011 – 2013):

Journal Articles:

  • Journal: Yesterday and Today no. 10, December Issue 2013, pp.101-123
  • Title: An Incomplete History Curriculum?: Teaching socio-environmental history in South African History Syllabus using the Case study of Lady Selbornes forced removals
  • Journal: Journal for Contemporary History, December Issue 2013 edition, pgs. 21-45
  • Title: A socio-environmental analysis of land alienation and resettlement in Ga-Rankuwa, circa 1961 to 1977
  • Journal: New Contree number 66, July 2013 Issue, pgs. 71-96
  • Title: The Usable past and socio-environmental justice: From Lady Selborne to Ga-Rankuwa

Complete Research Record:

  • Kgari-Masondo, Maserole C. August, 2012. Your marriage can survive everything, Self publication (book available from the author and copies are on sale)
  • “’A home makes one Motho’- the idea of ‘humaness’, ‘home’ and History in Lady Selborne’s forced removals, circa 1905 to 1977”. Historia, 53(2), 2008, pgs. 70-97.
  • Masondo, Christina. 2009. Ouch. Cape Town: Cambridge University Press
  • Journal: Yesterday and Today no. 10, December Issue 2013, pp.101-123
  • Title: An Incomplete History Curriculum?: Teaching socio-environmental history in South African History Syllabus using the Case study of Lady Selbornes forced removals
  • Journal: Journal for Contemporary History, December Issue 2013 edition, pgs. 21-45
  • Title: A socio-environmental analysis of land alienation and resettlement in Ga-Rankuwa, circa 1961 to 1977
  • Journal: New Contree number 66, July 2013 Issue, pgs. 71-96
  • Title: The Usable past and socio-environmental justice: From Lady Selborne to Ga-Rankuwa