Ayanda Gamedze is a Ph.D. candidate at Rhodes University. She has five years of teaching experience in the academy as a tutor and Teaching Assistant for the Rhodes University Department of Sociology and Industrial Sociology, and in 2020 and 2021, she presented a course on gender and social media.
Her Ph.D. is an exploration of how men respond to narratives of hegemonic masculinity and their experiences of rape culture, and her 2019 MA thesis was a look at how Black women experience Historically White Universities. Her research interests centre on gender, sexuality, feminism, and intersectionality.
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