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Honours Students

Khanyisile Chiganze completed her Honours in Anthropology in 2016, with a study that explores the phenomenon of at-home care work, specifically that undertaken by migrant women working with infants in middle class homes. 

Darrin-Lee Grey completed his Honours degree in Anthropology in 2017 with a study undertaken in the ‘Rands for Reproduction Project’, exploring meanings associated with sperm donation

Terena Koster completed an Honours degree in Anthropology in 2017, with distinction. Her study examines how women narrate their experiences of control and its loss as a result of unscheduled caesarean sections.

Julia Munroe completed her Honours degree in Anthropology in 2016, with distinction. She explored the issue of menstrual-related schoolgirl absenteeism, tracing the distribution of sanitary pads from NGO to schoolgirl and focusing on how numbers generate public awareness and political communities and interventions.

Robyn Swannack completed an Honours degree in Anthropology in 2016 focusing on everyday experiences of families with d/Deaf children.

Shari Thanjan completed her Honours degree in Anthropology in 2017 with a project exploring the preliminary roll out of the Western Cape Dept. Health's First 1000 Days of Life initiative.

Aphiwe Magadla completed an Honours degree in Anthropology in 2018 with a project on fathering in precarious contexts.