Tafadzwa Mushonga is a Research fellow at the Centre for the Advancement of scholarship, University of Pretoria, where she leads the Environmental Humanities project. Within this project she has published an edited volume with James Ogude on the Environmental Humanities of
Extraction. She is also working on a collaborative research project on Africanising and Humanising Sustainability. Her own work and research broadly focus on the political ecology of conservation
with particular interest in the governance of forests. Following her work with Frank Matose and Maano Ramutsindela on The Violence of Conservation in Africa, she is now working on a monograph on the conservation of violence with a focus on Zimbabwe’s forest administration.