Benita Moolman

AboutBenita Moolman

Dr Benita Moolman is a senior lecturer and programme manager at the Global Citizenship Programme at the University of Cape Town. She has a D.(Phil) in Feminist Geography from the University of California, Davis (UC Davis) and an M(Phil) in Women and Gender Studies from the University of the Western Cape. She has worked at the Human Sciences Research Council and Rape Crisis Cape Town and currently teaches on social justice, decoloniality, gender-based violence and critical, community-engaged research methodologies. She has researched and published on gender-based violence, masculinities, intersectional identities and feminist methodologies. She is interested in decolonial and feminist pedagogies and thinking through African epistemologies and situated knowledge-making. Her most recent publication is a co-edited collection with Nadia Sanger, entitled: Racism, Violence, Betrayals and New Imaginaries: Feminist Voices, (2022, UKZN Press)