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Ntokozo Wandile Mbokazi

South Africa & University of Johannesburg, 2021

My work is interested in the societal and cultural ways in which various gender regimes are produced. This extends to the ways religion, economy, policy, law and education are complicit in various constructions of various gender identities. My work is concerned with how societies and cultures produce, protect and perpetuate violent masculinities. Through research and policy I seek to explore the contributions of institutions in our constructions of gender identities. While we may consider gender to be socially produced in some ways (the scope is often in contention) it is equally noteworthy to position ourselves at the forefront of the production. How may we insert ourselves into the societal productions of gender in ways which procure more sustainable gender relations between men, women, non-binary, trans, and children. I am trained in both economics and literary and cultural studies, in this way I am able to apply a multitudinous lens of engagement within our complex and layered world. I have sought to intercept gender production through project facilitation, large scale presentations, research and report writing as well as data interpretation.

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