Phillip Thebe has published articles in respectable academic journals, presented at conferences, and holds both the Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme and Ernst Mach Grant. He is currently a visiting PhD student at the University for Continuing Education, Krems, at the Department for Globalisation and Migration. He was attracted to this department by its wealth of expertise and research on drivers and motivations of migration and other subjects related to migration decisions, choices and agencies that coincide with his research interests as he analyses and writes his PhD. He will spend nine months under the tutelage of Prof. Mathias Czaika and other staff in the department
Thebe, P. (2022). Home Remedies as Agency in the Face of COVID-19 in Zimbabwe. The Oriental Anthropologist, 22(2), 313–335. https://doi.org/10.1177/0972558X221122253
THEBE, P. (2021). Homing aspirations of African students in Hong Kong. Presentation for the Centre for Cultural Research and Development, Lingnan University. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcJ9rdXD2T8
Philip, T. (2019). Determinants of Feminization of Migration in Tsholotsho District of Zimbabwe. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 6(10)297-306
Thebe, P., & Maviza, G. (2019). The effects of feminization of migration on family functions in Tsholotsho district, Zimbabwe. Adv. Soc. Sci. Res. J, 6(5), 297-306.
Thebe, P., & Ncube, G. (2015). Street entrepreneurship in Zimbabwe: Survivalist or growth-oriented?-A case of Bulawayo city centre. https://isdsnet.com/ijds-v4n2-1.pdf
Thebe, P and Maviza, G. (2023) "Working from home and the triple role of women in the context of COVID-19-induced lockdowns in Zimbabwe." Journal of Asian and African Studies
Thebe, P. (2023). An anthropology for the people: delving into systemic and practical issues. In R Borofsky, Revitalizing Anthropology Through Benefiting Others: Graduate Student Visions from Australia, Canada, China, Guatemala, Japan, the United States and Zimbabwe.