Jamil F. Khan
Jamil F. Khan is a critical diversity scholar, columnist and author. He is currently enrolled for a PhD in Critical Diversity Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand.In his training on critical diversity he is equipped with theoretical and practical tools to analyse how power operates in society to marginalise certain bodies for the benefit of others. His work explores all axes of difference including race, gender, sexuality, ability and class. As a columnist, his critical analysis of socio-political events shaping the South African landscape pulls no punches in speaking truth to power – whatever the topic may be.His published work includes a book chapter titled Sexual and gender diversity, ageing and elder care in South Africa: voices and realities, a chapter in the literary collection, They Called Me Queer, and his own socio-politcal memoir Khamr: The Makings of a Waterslams.