George Bishi


George Bishi holds a BA Hons in History from the University of Zimbabwe and an MA in Africa Studies from the University of the Free State. He is a PhD student in the International Studies Group. He is currently researching settler colonialism, whiteness, and decolonisation in the British Empire.

Publications

Livingstone Muchefa and George Bishi, ‘Governance for development or loyalty? Reading the Zimbabwean colonial court records, 1935-1980’, Journal of the South African Society of Archivists, Vol. 48, 2015.

Book Review: ‘Colonial Cinema in Africa: Origins, Images, Audiences’, by Glenn Reynolds, in African Historical Review, 49 (1), pp. 118–119, 07 Aug, 2017

Forthcoming: ‘The Archive and Chieftainship Claims in Zimbabwe: Some Methodological Reflections’, History in Africa, 2018.

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