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Aldrin Tinashe Magaya studies twentieth century African social history. Within this area, he is particularly interested in Zimbabwe’s gendered, religious and cultural exchanges. Currently, he is working on Zimbabwean women’s experiences with Christianity, focusing on the changing relations within the community of believers. He is also interested in the links between globalization and African social and economic development.

He received his B.A (Hons.) in Economic History (2008) and Masters in African Economic History (2010) from the University of Zimbabwe.

Select Awards:

University of Iowa Graduate College Summer Fellowship, 2016