Constructing houses, constructing memories: Michael Sata and the politics of historical memory in Zambia under the era of multiparty democracy, 2001-2011
Presenter: Dr Sishuwa Sishuwa
Sishuwa Sishuwa is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Institute for Democracy, Citizenship, and Public Policy in Africa at the University of Cape Town. He works on identity politics, populism, history, civil society, political parties, and elections in Zambia. His most recent publication, “‘A White Man Will Never Be a Zambian’: Racialised Nationalism, the Rule of Law, and Competing Visions of Independent Zambia in the Case of Justice James Skinner, 1964-1969”, appears in the Journal of...
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