Tafadzwa Mushonga is a postdoctoral fellow at the Centre for the Advancement of Scholarship (CAS), University of Pretoria in South Africa. Her interests broadly fall within the field of political ecology, wherein she traces the relationships between political, economic and social factors with environmental issues. Her PhD work, completed under the auspices of the Environmental Humanities South Programme at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, contributes to the body of work critiquing the militarisation of conservation. Related to this work, Tafadzwa is currently working on publications that engage with the corollaries of conservation violence. Before her PhD, Tafadzwa has worked in the Zimbabwe environment sector for over eight years as a public officer responsible for social forestry related issues. At CAS, Tafadzwa is leading the extractivism and the environment project—the Centre’s Environmental Humanities signature project, which seeks to address environmental impacts associated with exploitation of resources in Africa. Due to her involvement in this project, and broad interest in Environmental Humanities, Tafadzwa has been recently nominated to the Consortium of Humanities Centres and Institute/Mellon Global Humanities Institute on “Climate Justice and Problems of Scale.”