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Name: Morgan Nkululeko Ndlovu
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About Prof Morgan Nkululeko Ndlovu

Morgan Nkululeko Ndlovu is a full Professor and NRF-rated scholar. He is a transdisciplinary scholar who publishes on decolonizing knowledge and power, indigenous knowledge systems (IKS), education rights, and transformation with specific to Africa. His most recent publications include Performing Indigeneity: Spectacles of Culture and Identity in Coloniality (Pluto), and Marxism and Decolonization in the 21st Century: Living Theories and True Ideas (Routledge). He is an Associate Editor of the Inkanyiso: Journal of African Thought, a Ford Foundation International Fellow, National Research Foundation-rated scholar and a member of the International Advisory Board of the African Research Universities (ARUA)’s Centre of Excellence on Notions of Identities in Africa. He is currently editing a Routledge-commission Handbook of Decolonization. Professor Ndlovu is available to supervise Masters, doctoral and post-doctoral fellows within his research field.