Extension

Zahara Mkuki
Mkuki has graduated
The Department Welcomes First Year Undergraduate Students
On 13th December 2020, ongoing undergraduate students organized a freshers' party to welcome first years students and to kick start the academic year 2020/2021.
Prof. Zebedayo S.K. Mvena
Dr. Innocent M. Busindeli
Zahara H. Mkuki
Dr. Ahmad A.M. Kyaruzi
Prof.Amon Z. Mattee
Prof. Catherine Phillip Msuya
Prof. Deogratias F. Rutatora
Prof. Dismas L.Mwaseba
Dr. Gabriel K.Nzalayaimisi
Dr. Joshua Samwel Kidudu
Joyce Mwakatoga
Dr. Vituce J.Kalungwizi
Mr. Kenneth M. Mapunda
Dr. Ntumva Erasmus Mabebe
Prof.Malongo R.S.Mlozi
Dr. Rasel Mpuya Madaha
Mr. Respikius Martin
Dr. Emmanuel G. Rwambali
Dr. Siwel Y.Nyamba
Dr. Sylvester C. Haule
Alumni issues
TSAEE HOLDS ITS ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND GENERAL MEETING FOR YEAR 2020
Dr. Gosbert L.Shausi
Farewell Party

Global Perspectives on Motherhood, Mothering and Masculinities

Date: 9th April 2020
 Dr. Rasel Madaha has published a book chapter in a book titled: "Global Perspectives on Motherhood, Mothering and Masculinities"
A link to the book and cover can be accessed below. Please share widely
AND the book may be pre-ordered at 40% off using coupon code MOTHERS. 
 
About the Book
The two phenomena highlighted in this edited volume ‘motherhood/mothering and masculinities’ are each recent areas of development in critical Feminist and Men’s Studies. In contributing to these areas of gender studies, this book draws attention to the fact that much can also be gained when we explore relationships between them, an idea that may not readily come to mind. While femininities and masculinities are co-constructed, motherhood and mothering bring additional perspectives to the study of femininity that affect the construction of masculinity in complex ways. The 12 chapters in this volume allow readers to ponder some of these complexities and may suggest other issues that require investigation. Spanning many continents, the essays have both a global and historical reach emphasising cultural differences and historical changes. Of import is the idea that mothers have agency and are active in constructions affecting their lives. They are able to bring motherhood out of the shadows as they strive to build, re-evaluate or alter their roles within families and communities. These have an impact on developments in masculinities. The book is divided into three parts and the chapters investigate a wide range of issues including cultural constructs, gender in parent/child, relationships, non-binary developments, the impact of war on mothering, decolonisation struggles, and much more.