Isaac Khambule

Isaac Khambule

External Research Profiles   Bio Isaac teaches Political Economy, Economic Development and Development Management in the department. He previously worked as a researcher at the Human Science Research Council’s Democracy, Governance and Service Delivery Unit (DGSD), and the South African Local Government Association (SALGA). Isaac holds a PhD in Development Studies (UKZN). Teaching Economics of

Bridget Horner

Degrees Held Arch, B.BdgA, MSc. Research Interests The power of the subaltern, the potential of urban activation to raise awareness of community issues and the translation of meaning, memory and  future representations  through visual methods such as photography Teaching Interests Architectural theory, urban design, and physical construction (i.e. design and build) as a teaching tool.

Hangwelani Hope Magidimisha-Chipungu (Dr)

Degrees Held PhD in Town and Regional Planning Selected Publications Journal Articles Books Chapters in Books Technical Reports Journal Articles  Hardman, Michael, Chipungu, Lovemore, Magidimisha, Hangwelani, Larkham, Peter, Scott, Alister and Armitage, Richard (2017) Guerrilla gardening and green activism: Rethinking the informal urban growing movement. Landscape and Urban Planning. ISSN 0169-2046 Chipungu, L. Magidimisha, H.H. Hardman, M. and Beesley, L. (2015). ‘The importance of

Lawrence Ogunsanya

Bio Mr Lawrence Babatunde Ogunsanya is currently the academic leader and lecturer in the department of Architecture in the University of KwaZulu-Natal. He is also a qualified professional Architect, registered with the South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP). He holds two Bachelor’s degrees (Honours and Advanced) in Architecture and a Master’s degree in

Yashaen Luckan

Degrees Held PhD: Architecture Master of Architecture Bachelor of Technology: Architecture  Research Interests Humanistic Urbanism Spatial Humanities Transformative Pedagogy Teaching Interests Theory Design Research Law Teaching Expertise Research-led Design: The development of Theoretical and Conceptual Frameworks in research and towards place-responsive design. Ethical Professional Practice Humanistic Urbanism / Social Ethics in Design Selected Publications Journal

Daphne Ntlhe

Qualification MURP Teaching Housing Implementation and Management (HOUS302) Research Regional Development Interests Rural Development , Sustainable Human Settlement, Land Tenure, Housing Finance, Housing policy and Local Economic Development in Small and Medium Towns

Dianne Scott

Professor Dianne Scott Position Honorary Professors and Research Fellows Discipline Phone 031 260 2116 Email scottd@ukzn.ac.za Campus Howard College Office Address A722 7th Floor, Denis Shepstone Building Bio Dianne Scott is a social scientist with a research interest in the field of environmental and climate change governance, environmental politics and sustainable urban development, with a

Narendran Kumarakulasingam

Biography Narendran Kumarakulasingam is Visiting Scholar at the Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, Toronto, Canada. He holds a Ph.D. in International Relations from the School of International Service at American University, Washington, DC. His research interests lie in the areas of critical international relations, indigenous food, postcolonial theory, and South Asian politics. Dr. Kumarakulasingam’s

Oliver Mtapuri

External Research Profiles Oliver Mtapuri on ResearchGate Bio Professor Oliver Mtapuri facilitates Poverty and Inequality, Development Management and Political Economy of the Welfare State in the School. He has a PhD in Development studies (UKZN) and an MBA degree from the University of Zimbabwe. He is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and

Kathleen Diga

Ms Kathleen Diga Position Research Project Manager/Lecturer Discipline Development Studies Phone 031 260 1191 Email digak@ukzn.ac.za Campus Howard College Office Address 805 8th Floor, Denis Shepstone Building Bio Kathleen Diga is the Research Project Manager South African Research Chair in Applied Poverty Assessment at the School of Built Environment and Development Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal