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Dr. Gerald C. Mazarire <firstname.lastname@example.org>
University of Zimbabwe
Shona Oral Traditions, Environmental History, Landscape and Historical Geography,History of Liberation Movements in Southern Africa and International Solidarity
|Address:||Department of History University of Zimbabwe
P.O. Box MP167
Harare, Southern Africa 263 (4)
|Primary Phone:||303211 Ext. 1235|
|List Affiliations:||Review Editor for H-SAfrica
Reviewer for H-SAfrica
|Interests:||African History / Studies
DPhil in History (UZ)
MA in African History (UZ)
BA Hons in History (UZ)
1. G.C. Mazarire: ‘Of Spelling Errors and Historical Distortions Oral Traditions Concerning the Identity of Maziriri. The Svikiro of the Chivi People’ Zimbabwea No. 11 (December 1999).
2. G.C. Mazarire: ‘Where Civil Blood Made Soldiers Hands Unclean; Rethinking, War-time coercion in Rural Rhodesia: Reflections on The Chivi Experience 1976-1980’ Journal of African Conflict and Development, Vol.1, No. 1, (2000).
3. G.C. Mazarire & M.R. Rupiya ‘Two Wrongs Do not Make A Right: A Critical Assessment of Zimbabwe’s Demobilization and Reintergration Policies Since 1980’. Journal of Peace, Conflict and Military Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2000
4. G.C. Mazarire ‘Ethical Considerations for Zimbabwean Archives and the Digital Challenge’ Innovation no.24, June 2002
5. G.C. Mazarire ‘The Politics of the Womb: Women Politics and the Environment in Pre-Colonial Chivi: Southern Zimbabwe c. 1840-1900’, Zambezia vol. XXX, no.1 2003
6. G.C. Mazarire ‘The Social basis of ‘Evil’ in Pre-Colonial Zimbabwe With Particular reference to the Practice of Killing Twins among the Karanga’ Chiedza: Arrupe College Journal vol.5 no.2 December 2002
8. G.C. Mazarire Oral Traditions as Heritage: The Historiography of Oral Historical Research on the Shona Communities of Zimbabwe’ Historia vol.47 no.2 November 2002
9. G.C. Mazarire: ‘Changing Landscape and Oral Memory: Towards a Historical Geography of Chishanga, South-eastern Zimbabwe’ Journal of Southern African Studies vol. 29 No.3 September 2003
10. G.C. Mazarire, ‘Defence Consciousness as Way of Life: ‘The Refuge Period’ and Karanga Defence Srategies in the 19th Century’, Zimbabwean Prehistory no. 25, 2005.
11. G.C. Mazarire, ‘Memories and Contestations of the Scramble for Zimbabwe: Chivi (Mashonaland) c.1870-1892’, in Femi J. Kolapo and Kwabena Akurang-Parry eds. African Agency and European Colonialism: Latitude of Negotiation and Containment (University Press of America, Inc., Forbes Boulevard, August 2007)
12. G.C. Mazarire, ‘The Dutch Reformed Church in the Victoria Circle: Mashonaland 1874-1956’, Heritage of Zimbabwe, no. 26, (2007)
13. G.C. Mazarire, ‘A Little England in Chishanga’: The Fate of a British Empire Leprosarium at Ngomahuru, Southern Rhodesia 1925-1946’, African Historical Review 39, no. 2 (2007).
14. G.C. Mazarire, “The Chishanga Waters Have Their Owners’: Water, Politics and Development in Southern Zimbabwe’ Journal of Southern African Studies vol. 34 no. 4 (2008)
15. G.C. Mazarire, ‘Reflections on Pre-Colonial Zimbabwe, c.850-1880s’ in B. Raftopolous & A. Mlambo (eds.) Becoming Zimbabwe: A History from the Pre-colonial Period to 2008 (Weaver Press, Harare, 2009), p.1-38.
16. G.C. Mazarire, ‘Rescuing Zimbabwe’s “Other” Liberation Archives’ in C. Saunders (ed.) Documenting Liberation Struggles in Southern Africa (Nordiska Afrikainstutet, Uppsala, 2010), p. 95-106.
1. G.C. Mazarire, ‘David Beach: A Personal Appraisal’ in G. Pwiti, R. Soper & P. Hubbard (eds.) Perspectives on the Zimbabwe Culture: Essays in Memory of David Beach (Harare, forthcoming)
2. G.C. Mazarire & N. M. Bhebe, ‘Paying the Ultimate Price’: Zimbabwe and the Liberation of South Africa 1980-1994’ in South Africa Road To Democracy: Regional Solidarity Volume (SADET, forthcoming)