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ix Table of Contents Chapter 1 Colonial Heritage, Memory, and Sustainability in Dialogue: An Introduction…………………………….. 1 Munyaradzi Mawere Chapter 2 Presentism, Contested Narratives and Dissonances in Zimbabwe’s Liberation War Heritage: The Case of Joice Mujuru……………………... 11 Fidelis P. T. Duri Chapter 3 Memorial Heritage as Fountain of Peace and Justice in Africa: The Case of I Ifa̗ in Nigeria…………….. 33 Òkewande Olu̗w͕le̗ T̗́w͕̗gboye̖ Chapter 4 Historic Buildings, Sustainability and Colonial Heritage in Zimbabwe…………………………………….55 Munyaradzi Mawere & Tapuwa R. Mubaya Chapter 5 Africa Must Get Rid of Colonial Debris…………………..87 Nkwazi Mhango Chapter 6 Africa and the Future of Colonial Past…………………....105 ‘Layo Ògunlola Chapter 7 The Challenges of Honouring Female Liberation War Icons in Zimbabwe: Some Discourses about the National Heroes Acre…………………………. 139 Ngonidzashe Marongwe & Blessed Magadzike x Chapter 8 When Yaa Asantewaa Meets Deborah: An African and Biblical Dialogue on Women Leadership in Liberation War……………………………..169 Kojo Okyere Chapter 9 Memorialisation of Liberation War Heritage in Africa: An Appraisal of Some Selected Zimbabwean Landscapes of Cultural Memory in Mozambique and Zimbabwe………………………….. 195 Tapuwa R. Mubaya, Munyaradzi Mawere & Lovemore Mandima Chapter 10 Akan Asafo Company: A Practical Model for Achieving True African Liberation and Sustainable Development………………………………… 237 George Anderson Jnr. Chapter 11 Exploring Zimbabwe’s Liberation Heritage: An Assessment of the Potential of “Protected Villages” as a Significant Heritage Typology………………………………………... 259 Godhi Bvocho & Farai Mudododzi Chabata Chapter 12 Cultural Heritage in Ghana: A Vehicle for Sustainable Development?................................................. 281 Richard Asante Chapter 13 Synergy and Dissonance between History and Heritage: Problematising Heroism and the National Heroes’ Acre in the Context of Zimbabwe’s Liberation War……………………………313 Fidelis Peter Thomas Duri xi Chapter 14 The Rhetoric of Genocide in Africa: Memory and Trauma in Three Selected Literary Works………….. 339 Moussa Traoré xii ...

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ISBN
9789956763252
Related ISBN
9789956763726
MARC Record
OCLC
938324138
Pages
376
Launched on MUSE
2016-02-12
Language
English
Open Access
No
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