Homo sum: humani nil
a me alienum puto

{Parenthesis}, an electronic chapbook to raise money for various charities, contains stories about people on the move

including her 2012 Caine Prize-shortlisted story, 

La Salle de Départ,                       and, The Air Train, Parenthesis and Safari.


             Jacaranda Journals, a collection of short stories set in Zimbabwe.


 Paperback now available here

                                 Selected Short Stories

-  "Jessica Ramirez goes to the Johannesburg Solstice Critical    Theory Workshop at the Institute of Critical Reasoning," CRITICAL ARTS
-  "North-South Jet Lag," Moving On and other Zimbabwean stories
- “In Flight,” The Write Place at the Write Time. Archived here
-  “
Take-off, Victorious,”  Saraba Magazine Manuscript Project
-  “Special Meal,”  Wasafiri. Archived here
-  “Blood Guilt,”  A Memory this Size and other stories/Kwani 

   Selected Scholarly Articles 

-    "Unnatural borders: Will Covid-19 break time and space? From the European South: a transdisciplinary journal of postcolonial humanities, October, 2020.

-  "Introduction: Thirty Years of Borders since Berlin" (co-editor) to Special Issue of New Global Studies, Borders 30 Years after the Fall of the Berlin Wall, December, 2019.

-  "Class Identity, Xenophobia and Xenophilia: Nuancing Migrant Experience in South Africa’s Diverse Cultural Time Zones." Handbook of African Philosophy of Difference: The Othering of the Other, Ed. Elvis Imafidon. Geneva: Springer Nature, 2019.

-  “Bloody Diaspora Theory for the 21st Century: African and Asian Heritage Migrants Return.” Diaspora, Volume 20, Issue 2, published April, 2019, pp. 123-144.

​-  Frontier Heritage Migrants: Finding Home in Globalizing India." 
Migration and Diasporas: An Interdisciplinary Journal. Vol 1, No. 1, January-June 2018. 82-99.

​​-  "Africa's Global City?" New Left Review 108, November - December, 2017.

Public Culture, May, 2017, Volume 29, Number 2 82: 261-285.

-  "Imagining a Dialectical African Modernity: Achebe's  Ontological Hopes, Sembene's Machines, Mda's Epistemological Redness."
Journal of Contemporary African Studies, Volume 32, 2014 - Issue 4, special issue on "Writers and Social Thought."   
Republished in Writers and Social Thought in Africa, Ed. Wale Adebanwi.  London: Routledge, 2016.
-  “Indian Ocean Cosmopolitanism?: M.G. Vassanji’s Hybrid Parables of Kenyan Nationalism.”  Diaspora 16, 1/2 Spring/Fall, published 2012, 159-189.  

-  “The Limits of Rainbow Nation Multiculturalism in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Spatial Configuration in Zakes Mda’s Ways of Dying and Jonathan Morgan’s Finding Mr. Madini.” Research in African Literatures 41:2 (Summer 2010), 93-120.  

Being darker makes being a migrant much harder

The Conversation

-  The Berlin Wall fell 30 years ago, but new walls are going up everywhere

 Mail & Guardian 

-  Trump wants people to ‘go back’; here is what happens when they do.

 Financial Times 

-  Where is the Nearest Starbucks, or, Globalization, Technology and Frontier Migration?

​UTP Journals 

-  Hipsters, Colonialism, Nostalgia

 The Conversation 

- WhatsApp, Airbnb, Uber, Netflix and other virtual CTZs in the Networked City

WCI Blog

-  Countries must compete for       migrant workers to boost their   economies

The Conversation

 Class, xenophobia and xenophilia:         Migrant experience in Jo’burg’s

  diverse Cultural Time Zones 

WCI Blog

The Modernity Game and hosting sporting events

The Conversation

The African Churches 

   of South Delhi


-The Apartheid City is now called the Global City 

The Conversation

- White men’s privilege in emerging economies isn’t measured. It should be.

The Conversation
The Sophiatown of Delhi

Khirkee Voice, Issue #2

-  Frontier (Heritage) Migration to India in 2016                                                

 Delhi Wednesday

-  How reading fiction can help students understand the real world 

The Conversation  

- Cycling with locks:

  Confronting the NYPD


African Writers? Colonial Legacies…Ambivalence, Gratitude 


(Mis)Naming the Revolution 

The Montréal Review

Gender of the Noun  

The Montréal Review