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Dr. Pauline Chiripanhura

Qualifications:

DPhil 2019 (University of Cape Town) MPhil (UZ) BA (UZ)

Academic Appointments:

Senior lecturer in the Department of Archelogy at the University of Zimbabwe.

Research Interests:

Archeology, History & Heritage Studies


Faculty: Arts and Humanities
Department: Archeology
Research Category: Arts
Biography:

Pauline Chiripanhura is a lecturer with the University of Zimbabwe in the faculty of Arts and Humanities.


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1. Chiripanhura, P. (2018). Archaeological collections as a prime research asset: objects and Great Zimbabwe's past.Cape Town: University of Cape Town.

2. Chiripanhura, P & Stanley Nyamagodo (2017) Policy Formulation and Collaborative Management: The Case of Ziwa Site, Eastern Zimbabwe, Museum International, 69:3-4, 118-127, DOI: 10.1111/muse.12177

3. Chiripanhura, P. (2017). ‘Reconguring the Jindwi Traditional
Drums in a Post- colonial Mutare Museum Setting,’ in Decolonisation of Materialities
or Materialisation of (Re) Colonisation? Symbolisms, Languages, Ecocriticism
and (Non) Representationalism in 21st Century Africa. eds. A. Nhemachena,
J. Kangira and N. Mlambo. Bermuda: Langaa RPCIG, pp. 18-28.

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