Dr. Kiriana Dube

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Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr. Kiriana Dube is a Lecturer at Great Zimbabwe University. She received her PhD in Sociology from the University of Johannesburg in South Africa in 2020. During her postdoctoral fellow tenure in the Center for Africana Studies, she is completing her first book manuscript entitled, “From Vulnerability to Resilience: NGO Partnerships with Rural Communities in Zimbabwe.” The book explores the everyday life experiences of rural Black women and how non-profit organizations are partnering with rural communities to build their resilience to cope with climate change induced devastation. Her teaching and research interests include African and African diaspora social theory, migration, vulnerability, gender theory and politics, and climate change.