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Kudzai Matereke [4]Kudzai Pfuwai Matereke [2]Kudzai P. Matereke [1]
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Kudzai Matereke
University of New South Wales
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    ‘Whipping Into Line’: The Dual Crisis of Education and Citizenship in Postcolonial Zimbabwe.Kudzai Pfuwai Matereke - 2012 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 44 (s2):84-99.
    This article draws from my current research on the challenges that the concept ‘citizenship’ brings to postcolonial Africa. The article takes Zimbabwe as a case study with the view to interrogate how the decade-long crisis has been obfuscated by the elites' manipulation of the education system which has left it redundant for envisioning both postcolonial and world citizenship. First, this article seeks to outline the challenge of enunciating the crisis. Second, it outlines and discusses how the limits of postcolonial education (...)
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    ‘Whipping Into Line’: The Dual Crisis of Education and Citizenship in Postcolonial Zimbabwe.Kudzai Pfuwai Matereke - 2012 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 44 (s2):84-99.
    This article draws from my current research on the challenges that the concept ‘citizenship’ brings to postcolonial Africa. The article takes Zimbabwe as a case study with the view to interrogate how the decade‐long crisis has been obfuscated by the elites' manipulation of the education system which has left it redundant for envisioning both postcolonial and world citizenship. First, this article seeks to outline the challenge of enunciating the crisis. Second, it outlines and discusses how the limits of postcolonial education (...)
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    Rape, Sexual Politics and the Construction of Manhood Among the Shona of Zimbabwe: Some Philosophical Reflections.Pascah Mungwini & Kudzai Matereke - 2010 - Thought and Practice: A Journal of the Philosophical Association of Kenya 2 (1):1-19.
    This paper interrogates the language that mediates sex and sexuality among the Shona of Zimbabwe. It draws from the method of ordinary language philosophy to argue that culture, and specifically language, can constitute an effective incubator for the emotions that result in rape. Further, the paper shows how the constructions of masculinity among the Shona render the female body a subject of male dominance. The paper contends that culture, through the stories that it tells about sex and the language it (...)
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    Rethinking Receptivity in a Postcolonial Context: Recasting Sembène’s Moolaade.Kudzai Matereke - 2012 - Ethics and Global Politics 5 (3):153-170.
    The main challenge confronting African postcolonial societies is the failure of political, social, and cultural transformation to confront and transcend the limitations imposed by historical and contemporary contingencies. Hence the task of postcolonial theorists is to develop conceptual resources for a more sustained evaluation and analysis of the challenge. In this article, I recast Sembe`ne’s film, Moolaade, in a new relief to foreground the core issue of the postcolonial condition. I proceed to reappropriate Kompridis’s concepts of ‘reflective disclosure’ and ‘receptivity’, (...)
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