Munase Furusha, Ph.D.
Title: Associate Professor and Chair, Africana Studies Department
Department: Africana Studies
Office: LCH B308
Phone Extension: x3040
Email Username: mfurusa
Chapters Published in Books/Journals
- 2006: Tanure Ojaide, God's Medicine-Men and Other Stories (Book Review), World Literature Review (2006)
- 2006: Munashe Furusa, William A. Little and Irene Vasquez, “Theory, Concept and Analysis of Diaspora” in The Borders in All of Us: Three Diaspora Communities (New Africa World Press , US ) 2006
- 2006: “African Writers and the Art of Remembering Dismembered African Communities” in The Borders in All of Us: New Approaches to Global Diaspora Societies (New Africa World Press , US ) 2006
- 2006: “The Muse of History and the Politics of Gender Representation in Zimbabwean Women's Literature”, in Zifikile Mguni, Munashe Furusa and Ruby Magosvongwe. Title: African Womanhood in Zimbabwean Literature: New Critical Perspectives on Women's Literature in African Languages. Publisher: College Press. 2006. ISBN: 1-77900-502-4. Pages: 217
- 2000: "Television, Culture and Development in Zimbabwe " in E. M. Chiwome, Gambahaya and Furusa, Indigenous Knowledge and Technology in African and Diasporan Communities, Mond Books, Harare , February 2000.
- 2000: "African Culture and the Agenda for Africa's Liberation and Development" in the International Journal for Africana Studies, Los Angeles , Loyola Marymount University , 2000
- 1998: "The Human Factor and the African Intellectual" in Vimbai G. Chivaura and Claude G. Mararike, The Human Factor Approach to Development in Africa, University of Zimbabwe Publications, Harare, 1998.
- 1998: "The Role of Institutions in Africa's Development" in E.M. Chiwome and G. Gambahaya, Culture and Development: Perspectives from the South, Mond Books, Harare , 1998.
- 1998: "The Direction of Innovation in Shona Literature" in Tom Spencer-Walters, Orality, Literacy and the Fictive Imagination: African and Diasporan Literatures, Bedford Publishers, Inc., Michigan , 1998.
- 1996: "Proverbs as an Expression of Philosophy of Life" in Solomon Mutswairo et.al, Introduction to Shona Culture, Juta Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd, Harare, 1996.