Research

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CERT welcomes Post-doctoral research fellows (PDRFs) in the following education research areas:

Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Archival Studies and Digitisation (4IR), Deep Listening Research Methodologies, Curriculum Development, Textbook Studies, Community Engagement and co-design knowledge partnerships, African and San and Khoi Historiographies, Literature, Language Policy, Heritage Studies, Museum Studies, Pedagogical Curation and Exhibition, and African Feminist Epistemologies.

CERT works across disciplines and welcome PhD graduates in any field in the Humanities who are interested in pursuing a career in trans-disciplinary studies in Education with a critical engagement focus on rights in education and transformation.