The Silence of Great Zimbabwe

Contested Landscapes and the Power of Heritage
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Current format, Book, 2006, Available but not Holdable.
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Examining the politics of landscape and heritage through the example of Great Zimbabwe National Monument, the author focuses on the site's position in local contests between the Nemanwa, Charumbira and Mugabe clans over land, power and authority, with elders of each clan appealing to different constructions of the past.

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