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Gibson Ncube

Department of Foreign Languages and Literature
University of Zimbabwe
Iso Lomso Fellow:
  • 2019 First Semester

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Ncube, Gibson and Gwatisira Yemurai. 2020. Discrimination Against Female Politicians on Social Media: An Analysis of Tweets in the Run-Up to the July 2018 Harmonised Elections in Zimbabwe. In Social Media and Elections in Africa, Volume 2 (pp. 59–76). Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Journal Article

Ncube, Gibson. 2020. Eternal mothers, whores or witches: The oddities of being a woman in politics in Zimbabwe. Agenda, 1–9.

Journal Article

Ncube, Gibson. 2020. “Human Beings Have a Hard Time Relating to That Which Does Not Resemble Them”: Queering Normativity in Nnedi Okorafor’s Lagoon. Scrutiny2, 1–13.

Journal Article

Ncube, Gibson. 2019. Gender and naming practices, and the creation of a taxonomy of masculinities in the South African soap opera The Queen. Nomina Africana, 33(1), 1–8.

Journal Article

Ncube, Gibson. 2019. Self-Imposed Exile, Marginality, and Homosexuality in the Novels of Abdellah Taïa, Rachid O., and Eyet-Chékib Djaziri. Journal of Homosexuality, 1–16.

Book/Book Chapter

Ncube, Gibson. 2019. Women and North African Literatures. In The Palgrave Handbook of African Women’s Studies (pp. 1–17). Cham: Springer International Publishing.

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