Victoria Phiri Chitungu

From the Cave Man to Craftsmanship; a gendered conversation:
The case of ethnographic displays in Zambian Museums
Zambia, like most African countries in Southern Africa, was under British colonial rule for 74 years, during which time the British promoted and imposed their way of seeing the world.[1] Museums as public forums were one of the platforms through which the colonialists peddled this imposition.[2] The histories of ethnographic collections bear the brunt of […]