Independent Museums and Culture Centres in Colonial and Post-colonial Zimbabwe - Thomas Panganayi Thondhlana

Independent Museums and Culture Centres in Colonial and Post-colonial Zimbabwe

Non-State Players, Local Communities, and Self-Representation

Thomas Panganayi Thondhlana (Redaktør) ; Jesmael Mataga (Redaktør) ; Dawson Munjeri (Redaktør)

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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 176
ISBN: 9780367621711
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Thomas P. Thondhlana holds an MSc in Technology and Analysis of Archaeological Materials and a PhD in Archaeology both from the University College London (UCL), United Kingdom. He is currently the holder of the UNESCO Chair on African Heritage and Director of the Centre for Culture and Heritage Studies at Great Zimbabwe University. He is also serving as a member of the National World Heritage Committee and Standing Committee on Culture in Zimbabwe. His research interests cut across several areas which include pre-colonial mining and metallurgy, archaeological science, cultural entrepreneurship, cultural economics, liberation heritage, and museology. He is a co-editor of the book entitled "African Museums in the Making: Reflections on the Politics of Material and Public Culture in Zimbabwe" (2015, Langaa Research & Publishing Common Initiative Group).


Jesmael Mataga is an Associate Professor and the inaugural Head of the School of Humanities at the Sol Plaatje University (SPU) in South Africa. He has experience in museums and heritage management with interests in museum curation, communities and museums, heritage and communities, intangible cultural heritage, cultural diversity, and UNESCO conventions. Before joining the Sol Plaatje University, he taught in Culture and Heritage Studies programmes, at the National University of Lesotho and the University of Zimbabwe. He started his career as a curator with the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe. His recent work includes a co-written book, Museums as Agents for Social Change (2021, Routledge).


Dawson Munjeri is a Research Professor at the Centre for Culture and Heritage Studies at the Great Zimbabwe University since March 2018. He is one of the most experienced scholars in the cultural and natural heritage field from Zimbabwe. He was instrumental in setting up the ‘Oral traditions/history’ programme of the National Archives of Zimbabwe (1978 -1983). Between 1984 and 2001 he served in various capacities and eventually became the Executive Director of the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe (NMMZ). From March 2002 to December 2017 he was with the Zimbabwe Permanent Delegation to UNESCO in Paris. He has published over fifty book chapters and articles in refereed journals on both tangible and intangible heritage. He holds a PhD in International Relations and Diplomacy from the Centre d’ Etudes Diplomatique et Strategies, Paris. His PhD research was entitled: ‘An Analytical Approach to International Treaties on Cultural and Natural Heritage in the Context of Sub-Saharan Africa’.