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CARVING OUT AN IDENTITY

Elizabeth MacGonagle, assistant professor of history, crosses national borders to illustrate how cultural identities can be formed from historical memories that were born long before missionaries and colonial government came to Africa. In "Crafting Identity in Zimbabwe and Mozambique," MacGonagle compiles the first comprehensive history of the Ndau of eastern Zimbabwe and central Mozambique. Her study draws on archival records and oral histories from the Ndau region from 1500 to 1900.

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