Nazarbayev University
Graduate School of Education

Graduate School of Education

Мунья Хвами


Мунья Хвами
Ассоциированный профессор
Рабочий телефон:
+ 7 (7172)706337
Higher education


Ph.D. Образование в области международного развития, Университет Альберты, Канада, 2012 г.

MSc. Социология образования, Университет Зимбабве


Преподаваемые дисциплины в ВШО:

  • EDUC 600 Методы исследования в образовании
  • EDUC 670/671   Стажировка/рабочий проект
  • EDHE 690   Семинар по подготовке диссертационного исследования 1
  • EDHE 642 Глобализация и высшее образование


Области научного исследования

  • Глобализация и (высшее) образование
  • Образование в области международного развития
  • Многоцентровая философия и методология образования
  • Критические анти- (пост-) колониальные исследования в образовании
  • Политическая социология образования
  • Географически области исследования
  • Страны Африки к югу от Сахары, Зимбабве, Казахстан, Канада


  • Hwami, M. (in press). The corporate parent: residential group homes and the education of children and youth in care. Child Care in Practice.
  • Hwami, M. & Shizha, E. (in press). Black Indigenization as politics of transformation: Implications of the Zimbabwe experiment. In G. J. Sefa Dei, A. Vásquez Jiménez & E. Odozor (eds). Cartographies of Blackness and Black Indigeneities.
  • Hwami, M. (2018). Educating intervention children in Alberta: a scoping review. Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education, 13(1), 3-22.
  • Hwami, M., Madzanire, D., & Hwami, E. (2018). Chiadzwa resistance to development dispossession: Kleptocracy and rural struggles in Zimbabwe. The Journal of Rural and       Community Development13(3), 1–19.
  • Hwami, M. (2016). Frantz Fanon and the problematic of decolonization: Perspectives on Zimbabwe. Journal: African Identities. DOI:10.1080/14725843.2015.1100107.
  • Hwami, M. (2014). Education of the peasantry in Zimbabwe as internal colonialism. Sage Open 2014, 4(2). DOI: 10.1177/2158244014536743
  • Hwami, M. (2014). Dominance without hegemony: Unmasking social injustice leadership in university education in Zimbabwe. In I. Bogotch and C. Shields (Eds.), International handbook of educational leadership and social (in)justice Volume 2. (845-868). London & New York: Springer.
  • Hwami, M. (2013). Neoliberal and indigenous capitalist intrusions in higher education: An anti-colonial analysis. In E. Shizha (Ed.). Restoring the educational dream: Rethinking educational transformation in Zimbabwe (152-164), Pretoria, Africa Institute of South Africa.
  • Hwami, M. (2013). The “Nativist Turn” and the Crisis in University Education in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Education, 5 (4), 122-144. doi:10.5296/ije.v5i4.4480. URL:
  • Hwami, M. (2013). Indigenous capitalist influences on higher education in Zimbabwe. International Education, 43 (1), 34-49.
  • Hwami, M. and Kapoor, D. (2012). Neocolonialism, higher education and student union activism in Zimbabwe. Postcolonial Directions in Education, 1(1), 31-66.
  • Hwami, M. (2012). Settlers, sell-outs and sons of the soil: The creation of aliens in Zimbabwe and the Challenge for Higher Education. Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry, 4 (1), 4-26.
  • Hwami, M. (2011). Understanding the crisis in higher education in Zimbabwe: Critical explorations. In D. Kapoor (Ed.). Critical perspectives on neoliberal globalization, development and education in Africa and Asia. (103-119). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Hwami, M. (2010). Neoliberal globalization, ZANU PF authoritarian nationalism and the creation of crises in higher education in Zimbabwe. Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences, 2 (3), 59-9.