Rose Jaji

Rose Jaji is a senior lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the University of Zimbabwe. She holds a PhD in anthropology from Bayreuth University in Germany. Her research areas of interest are migration/refugees, conflict, peacebuilding, and gender. She has published on migrant/refugee masculinities and femininities, refugees and social technology, identity and refugee hosting, as well as gender and peacebuilding. She is a recipient of the APN Individual Research Grant (IRG 2017). Rose was a visiting lecturer at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Winter Semester 2015/16) and Catholic University of Applied Sciences in Munich (Winter Semester 2019/20). She is the author of Deviant Destinations: Zimbabwe and North to South Migration. Her latest publication is a peer-reviewed article entitled “Gendered Subjectivities: The Nexus between Femininity and Peacebuilding in Zimbabwe”.

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