Researcher and Event Coordinator

Lindiwe Malindi is a PhD student based in the Department of Sociology at Wits. She is interested in questions of subjectivity and relationality, futurity, labour/work, language and political organisation. Her PhD project — titled ‘Thinking with the Archipelago from Solomon House: Space-Making, Political Subjectivity and the Radical Imagination’ — draws from island studies, utopian studies, feminist theory, human geography, philosophy, sociology and semiotics. Lindiwe has an Honours in African Studies from the University of Cape Town, an MA in Development Studies from the University of Granada (Spain) and an MA in Sociology from Wits.