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Ph.D; Senior Lecturer
University of Natal, Durban, South Africa
Quality Promotion Unit
phone: +27 (0) 31 260 3262
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Research is in precolonial Zulu history.
Ph.D. was entitled "Ideology and religion: The missing link in explanations for the rise and persistence of the Zulu state."
Works in the area of quality assurance and enhancement in higher education.
Particularly interested in issues affecting women's development in academe.
Weir, J. (2000) 'I shall need to use her to rule': The power of 'royal'
Weir, J., Radloff, A., & Hudson, H. (2000) Collaborative staff development
Weir, J. (ed.). (1999) Towards a quality culture in higher education:
Weir, J. (ed.). (1999) Collaborative staff development in South African
Weir, J. (1998). The humble overhead and other visual aids, in Murphy, E.
Weir, J. (1998). Presenting at conferences, in Murphy, E. Lecturing at
Parker, L., Radloff, A., Weir, J., & Zadnik, M. (1997). Case study of a
Parker, L. Latchem, C., & Weir, J. (1996). Policy and planning for the
Parker, L., Weir, J., Radloff, A., & Zadnik, M. (1996). Gender dilemmas in
precolonial Zulu ; women's development ; higher education ; gender dilemma ; ...