|Affiliation||Visiting Professor, African Studies Centre - TUFS / Senior Lecturer, Department of Historical and Heritage Studies, University of Pretoria|
|Key Words||Film, History, Railways, South Africa|
|Academic Career||2001 MA (History), University of Cape Town
2009 PhD (History), University of Cape Town
|Degree||PhD(History), University of Cape Town|
|Professional Career||2011-2012 Lecturer, promoted to Senior Lecturer, Department of History, University of South Africa.
2010 Co-lecturer and tutor in the third-year course African Experiences of Genocide (HST3041F), University of Cape Town.
2009 Course Convenor, Lecturer and Tutor in the course ‘Origins of the Contemporary World since 1945’, (HST 2027S), University of Cape Town.
2009 Lecturer and tutor in the course ‘The Millennium in Historical Perspective’, (HST 1004F), University of Cape Town.
2008 Lecturer and Tutor in the course ‘Origins of the Contemporary World since 1945’, (HST 2027S), University of Cape Town.
'The State, Citizens and Control: Film and African Audiences in South Africa, 1910-1948', Journal of Southern African Studies, 40, 2, pp. 309-322.
'On the town and in the underworld in South Africa: Representations of urban Africans in 'black films', 1974-1990', African Historical Review, 43, 2, 2011.
'Talking in tongues: Genocide and the San in the South African imagination', Settler Colonial Studies, 2, 1, 2011.
'Ethnic films for ethnic homelands: 'Black films' and separate development in apartheid South Africa, 1972-1979', South African Historical Journal, 63,1, 2011.
'The B-Scheme Subsidy and the "black film industry" in apartheid South Africa, 1972-1990', Journal of African Cultural Studies, 22, 1, February 2010.
''Youth Activism' in Turning Points in Human Rights, Bill Nasson and Shamil Jeppie (Eds.), (Cape Town: Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, March 2009).