Shalot Nyaradzo Nhete is currently a PhD student and an Economic Historian at the International Studies Group. Her research focuses on drug abuse, youth, and urbanity in Harare, Zimbabwe, spanning from the 1960s to 2021. Shalot has a sharp interest in discussions on youth, drug abuse, urbanity, medical histories and infrastructural histories. She holds a Masters in African Economic History and BA Special Honours Economic History (University of Zimbabwe), Post Graduate Diploma in Education (Zimbabwe open University) and Bachelor of Arts Dual Honour in History and Shona (Catholic University in Zimbabwe). She has more than ten years teaching experience in high schools. She has published an article called 'Norton Industrial Town and the Development of Road Infrastructure in Southern Rhodesia, 1923 to 1965' in the Journal of African Economic Review in 2020. She served at the Department of History Heritage and Knowledge Systems at the University of Zimbabwe as teaching assistant and lecturer from 2020 to 2023.

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