Master's Students

George Bishi
Thesis title: Archives, Governance and Chieftainships: Changes in the Interpretation of Archives with Special Reference to Chieftainship Conflicts in Zimbabwe, 1935 to 2014.
Brief description of research interests: Archives, oral traditions, chieftainship claims, violence and landscape. 
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Shiko Boxman
Thesis title: Dutch Gentlemanly Capitalism in southern Africa (1871-1902).
Brief description of r
esearch interests: Financial and Economic history, Scramble for Africa, Afrikaner-Dutch relations, Globalisation and European Expansion during the 19th century. For further information, see

Victor Gwande
Thesis title: Foreign Capital, State and the Development of Secondary Industry in Southern Rhodesia, 1939-1956.
Brief description of research interests: Business history and investments, youth, governance and democracy.
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Joyline Takudzwa Kufandirori
Thesis title: Fast Track Land Reform in Matepatepa Commercial Farming Area, Bindura District, Zimbabwe: Effects on Commercial Farm Workers, 2000- 2010.
Brief description of research interests: Land reform, labour and gender.
Lotti Nkomo
Thesis title: Chiefs and government in post-colonial Zimbabwe: the case of Makoni District, 1980-2014.
Brief description of research interests: Traditional leaders and state relations, governance, violence.

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