Matriculated September 2008
Eve’s research interests explore the creolisation of music and language in South Africa and how these reflect changing identities, social movements and the dialogues of negotiation, conflict and resistance in the post-apartheid context.
She has conducted fieldwork throughout South Africa, particularly in Cape Town and KwaZulu-Natal. She continues to work in Cape Town on the relationships between social identity, the arts, and social movements amongst youth.
Prior to entering the PhD program, Eve worked for several years as web developer and designer. In 2008, she volunteered in a township outside of Cape Town where she developed an after-school program teaching web development and design for local youth. She holds degrees in History, Anthropology, and Classics.
- Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship
- Fulbright-Hays GPA Fellowship