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University of Mauritius
Ramola Ramtohul, PhD (University of Cape Town, 2009) is a Senior Lecturer in the Sociology Unit of the Department of Social Studies at the University of Mauritius. She is also a Collaborative Member at the Centre of African Studies at the University of Cambridge. Her research interests are in gender, politics and citizenship in multicultural contexts, and privatisation in the African higher education sector. Some of her publications are: Intersectionality and Women’s Political Citizenship: The Case of Mauritius, Journal of Contemporary African Studies (2015) 33(1): 27-47; Amri, L. and Ramtohul, R. (eds) (2014) Gender and Citizenship in Africa in The Global Age. Dakar: CODESRIA; ‘Gender and Politicized Religion in Mauritius’, Sociedad y Religion (2014) 42 (24): 194-208; ‘Fractured Sisterhood: The Historical Evolution of the Women’s Movement in Mauritius’, Afrika Zamani (2013) 18 & 19: 71-101; ‘Academic freedom in a state sponsored African university: The case of the University of Mauritius’, American Association of University Professors Journal of Academic Freedom 2012 (3). She has received research fellowships from the University of Cape Town, American Association of University Women, University of Cambridge and University of Pretoria. She can be contacted at: email@example.com