UKZN Master’s Graduate to do PhD at Technical University of Delft

UKZN’s master’s in philosophy graduate, Mr Ryan Timms has earned a place in a PhD programme at the Technical University of Delft in The Netherlands to pursue research on manipulative technologies. This follows his recent graduation with a summa cum laude Master’s degree in Philosophy, on the topic: Hostile Scaffolding. Timms has also co-authored a paper on

Museum of Classical Archaeology

The Museum of Classical Archaeology is housed in the foyer of the Department of Classics on the Howard College Campus. The collection spans over 3000 years with pieces from Egypt, Greece and Rome in the collection. The pieces range from a small numismatics collection, everyday items such as oil lamps, to bigger pieces such as

Academic Presents Paper at Classical Association Conference

Lecturer in the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics Ms Helen Lenahan was invited to present a paper at the Classical Association Conference 2023 hosted at the University of Cambridge. The annual event is held by the Classical Association (the British Society of Classicists) that marked its 120th anniversary this year. Lenahan said that the

Mr Calvin Mapangisana

Cultural Practices Around Fidelity explored in Masters Research

Cultural practices linked to ensuring fidelity in marriages were examined in research for a Master’s degree in Arts (Gender and Religion Studies). The study was done by Mr Calvin Mapangisana who graduated from UKZN while a full-time employee at Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (GALZ) in Zimbabwe Mapangisana’s thesis presents a critical interrogation of socio-cultural factors