2021-22 AHDA Fellow Publishes New Book

Wednesday, March 6, 2024

2021-22 Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability (AHDA) Fellow, Mphathisi Ndlovu, recently published a book he co-edited. The book is titled "Remembering Mass Atrocities: Perspectives on Memory Struggles and Cultural Representations in Africa." Two other fellows in the 2021-22 AHDA cohort, Ngozika Anthonia Obi-Ani and Pedro Gonzalez Corona, contributed chapters to the book.

Mphathisi Ndlovu is a research fellow at Stellenbosch University (South Africa). Mphathisi is also Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies at the National University of Science and Technology (Zimbabwe). He is also an alumnus of the Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability (AHDA) fellowship at Columbia University's Institute for the Study of Human Rights (2021/2022). Mphathisi holds a PhD in Journalism from Stellenbosch University. His research interests are in collective memory, identity politics and digital cultures.  Mphathisi’s works have been published as book chapters, and peer-reviewed articles in journals such as Digital Journalism, African Cultural Studies, Journal of Genocide Research, and Nations and Nationalism. In addition the his most recent book, Mphathisi is also co-editor of The Idea of Matabeleland in Digital Spaces: Genealogies, Discourses and Epistemic Struggles (2022).