Dr. Rose Jaji, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology
University of Zimbabwe
Rose Jaji is currently a senior lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the University of Zimbabwe. She teaches qualitative research methodology at master’s level and Anthropology of Tourism and Crime and Deviance at undergraduate level. She holds a PhD in Anthropology from Bayreuth University, Germany. Her doctoral thesis is on refugee women and integration in Nairobi, Kenya.
Her research areas of interest are migration, identity, belonging, citizenship, refugee and minority groups’ rights and gender. She has published on refugee masculinities and femininities, refugee containment, refugee hosting and identity, asylum seekers and border crossing as well as humanitarian law and politics. Dr. Jaji’s research areas of interest are migration/refugees, gender, conflict, and peacebuilding. She has published peer-reviewed articles on migrant/refugee masculinities and femininities, refugees and social technology, identity and refugee hosting, asylum seekers and border crossing as well as return migration and peacebuilding. She is the author of Deviant Destinations: Zimbabwe and North to South Migration (2020) published by Lexington Books.