Department of Economic History
The Department of Economic Histroy is committed to producing well-rounded, informed, analytical and productive graduates who can contribute meaningfully to national development and the upliftment of Zimbabwean society and economy. It seeks to do this through high quality teaching and supervision at both the undergraduate and the postgraduate levels and by offering a wide variety of courses covering a variety of areas and cultures. By offering courses on the past and present economic history of societies in Africa, North America, Latin America and the Caribbean and the Middle East, the Department seeks to expose students to many issues fundamental to an appreciation and understanding of contemporary issues at a national and global level in historical perspective.
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“Resettled and Yet Unsettled?” Land Conflicts and Food (in) security in Insiza North, Zimbabwe, 2005-2013 (UZP, 2015-11)The Land resettlement programme in Zimbabwe beginning around 2000 has been hotly contested within and outside the country. The land occupations had far reaching effects on the social, political and economic landscape of ...
‘A Crisis of Expectation?’ Narratives on the Impact of Migration on Gender and Family in Zimbabwe, 2000-2011 (University of Zimbabwe, 2013)The article employs the narratives of those left behind to explore the impact of migration on the Zimbabwean family institution and its gender terrain in the post- 2000 period. It uses narratives collected from various ...
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2003)The Stock Exchange is a market where stocks and shares are purchased and sold and capital is raised for the purposes of industry and both local and central government.1 Markets for the trading of stocks and shares ...