Emmanuel Sithole

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  • Graduate Teaching Assistant

Contact Info

Wescoe Hall, Room 2015
Office Hours:
Tues. | 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Wed. | 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM


Emmanuel Sithole currently studies public policy, the inclusion and exclusion of minority ethnicities in education (primary and secondary), politics, economy, science and technology and other high status sectoral domains in Southern Africa. He obtained his tertiary education from the University of Zimbabwe and Rhodes University. He researches and publishes on the Histories of Language Marginalization, Identity Politics, Lexicography and Language Planning https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Emmanuel-Sithole/stats/report/weekly/2024-01-28. Issues of Indigenous Spiritualities,  Language Lobby and Advocacy Activism in Southern Africa and beyond are also dear to him https://www.chindau.org/.

Advised by: Liz Macgonagle