Department of Historical and Archaeological Studies

Publications

  • Chipande, Hikabwa    Football in Katanga in DRC and the Copperbelt in Zambia
  • Chipande, Hikabwa    Disrupting social hierarchies: football, the media and fan rivalries in the Zamian game
  • Chongo, Clarence    An uneasy relationship: reconstructing the Zimbabwean nationalists’ attitudes towards zambia’s role in Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle, 1964 – 1979
  • Chongo, Clarence    A good measure of sacrifice: Zambia and the liberation struggles in Southern Africa, 1964 – 1979.
  • Sishuwa, Sishuwa    The limits of civil society: re thinking the third term debate and the defense of democracy in Zambia
  • Sishuwa, Sishuwa    Real and imagined threats: changing justifications for the one-party state in Zambia in a regional political context, 1969 - 1984.
  • Kalusa, Walima,    Heroes or villains? Politics, justice and Zambia’s post colonial controversy over the trial and execution of Cresta Ngebe, Robin Kamima and John Phiri
  • Kalikiti, Webby    Road traffic accidents and sudden death in Zambia: causes, nature and interpretations, 1980 – 2000.
  • Kalikiti, Webby    The history of HIV and AIDS in Zambia: political rhetoric and practical reality 1983 – 2008
  • Kalikiti, Webby    The colonial government’s policy towards African cattle keepers in Abercorn and Isoka district of Northern Rhodesia 1936 - 1960.
  • Kalikiti, Webby    The port of Mpulungu and its environment: A social and economic study of the area at the southern end lake Tanganyika.
  • Walima T. Kalusa 
  •     Strange Bedfellows: David Livingstone, Sekeletu, Imported Goods and the 1853-56 Trans-Africa Expedition    Journal of African Cultural Studies 27, 2 (2015)
  • Walima T. Kalusa, “Strange Bedfellows: David Livingstone, Sekeletu, Imported Goods and the 1853-56 Trans-Africa Expedition”, Journal of African Cultural Studies 27, 2 (2015) pp. 15-28.
  • Walima T. Kalusa    Book Review of Vanessa Noble, A School of Struggle: Durban’s Medical School and Education of Black Doctors in South Africa (Scottville, University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2013), South African Historical Review    Walima T. Kalusa, Book Review of Vanessa Noble, A School of Struggle: Durban’s Medical School and Education of Black Doctors in South Africa (Scottville, University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2013), South African Historical Review (2015, forthcoming).
  • Walima T. Kalusa and Simeon Maravanyika    If you loved Levy (Mwanawasa) Vote for Me”: The Politics of the Corpse in Post-Colonial Zambia
  •     Walima T. Kalusa and Simeon Maravanyika, “If you loved Levy (Mwanawasa) Vote for Me”: The Politics of the Corpse in Post-Colonial Zambia (work in progress).
  • Walima T. Kalusa and B. J. Phiri    Introduction: Zambia’s Post-Colonial Historiography    Walima T. Kalusa and B. J. Phiri, “Introduction: Zambia’s Post-Colonial Historiography”, Zambia Social Science Journal
  • K. Krishna 
  •     Migration of Indian Women to Zambia: Men in Trade and Politics and the Gradual Emergence of Women from Purdah to Public Sectors
  •     K. Krishna, “Migration of Indian Women to Zambia: Men in Trade and Politics and the Gradual Emergence of Women from Purdah to Public Sectors”, Anthroporos 111, 2, (2016).
  • K. Krishna 
  •     Women of Indian Descent Migrated to South Africa and to Zambia: A Survey of their Contributions to New Home    K. Krishna, “Women of Indian Descent Migrated to South Africa and to Zambia: A Survey of their Contributions to New Home”, World Affairs (2015, in press)
  • K. Krishna 
  •     Home Away from Home: Changing Face of Indian Women in Zambia    K. Krishna, “Home Away from Home: Changing Face of Indian Women in Zambia”, Zambia Social Science Journal (2015, forthcoming).
  • F. B. Musonda    The Hunter-gatherer Subsistence and Technological Make-up of Zambian Archeological Sites during the Last 10 000 Years    F. B. Musonda, “The Hunter-gatherer Subsistence and Technological Make-up of Zambian Archeological Sites during the Last 10 000 Years, Journal of Humanities 12, (2013, published May 2015).
  • W. Kalikiti
  •     The Mambwe Labour Migrants: A Tentative Discussion of their History, 1900-1960    W. Kalikiti, “The Mambwe Labour Migrants: A Tentative Discussion of their History, 1900-1960”, Journal of Humanities 12, (2013, published in May 2015).
  • Simeon Maravanyika    Shun the White Man’s Crop    S. Maravanyika, “Shun the White Man’s Crop”: Shangwe Grievances, Religious Leaders and Cotton Cultivation in North-Western Zimbabwe, in Sandip Hazareesingh and Harro Maat (eds), Local Subversions of Colonial Cultures: Commodities and Anti-Commodities in Global History. Cambridge. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, pp. 187 – 209. 
  • Walima T. Kalusa and Simeon Mukudzei Maravanyika    If you loved Levy (Mwanawasa) Vote for Me    Walima T. Kalusa and Simeon Mukudzei Maravanyika, “If you loved Levy (Mwanawasa) Vote for Me”: The Politics of the Corpse in Post-Colonial Zambia (in press).
  • Alfred Tembo and Ian Phimister
  •     A Zambian Town in Colonial Zimbabwe: the 1964 Wankie Coal Mine Strike    Tembo with Ian Phimister, ‘A Zambian Town in Colonial Zimbabwe: the 1964 Wankie Coal Mine Strike’, International Review of Social History,60, 23 (December 2015), 41-62.
  • Chipande, H    The structural adjustment of football in Zambia: Politics, decline and dispersal, 1991 - 1994    Chipande, H (2017), The structural adjustment of football in Zambia: Politics, decline and dispersal, 1991 - 1994, published in The international journal of the history of sport, 23 June 2017, Vol. 33, Issue 15, pp. 1847 – 1865.  
  • Krishna, K    History of migration and contributions of Indian women in Zambia    Krishna, K (2017), History of migration and contributions of Indian women in Zambia, published in published in Anthropos journal, Anthropos 111.2016, Berichte und Kommentare.
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