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Imperial Obsessions Conference Programme

Imperial Obsessions Conference Programme

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Imperial Obsessions: David Livingstone, Africa and world history: a life and legacy reconsidered. 19th21st April 2013 in Livingstone, Zambia.
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Conference Programme–Likonganelo Conference HallWasawange Lodge
Friday 19
th
April Day One
8.00amRegistrationopens8.30-9.00amArrival of Delegates and Invited Guests9.-10.00am
Opening of the Conference
Opening Keynote Address
HRH
Senior ChieftainessNkomeshya Mukamambo II
10-11.00am KEYNOTE LECTURE ONE
Mr Tim Jeal (author,
Livingstone
, revised & extended edn 2013, Yale UP)
David Livingstone: A contradictory hero’11-11.30amCoffee Break11.30-1.00pm
SESSION ONEAfrica andEarlyEncounters
Chair: Prof Phiri (UNZA)Dr Gary Clendennen (Kyoto Uni, retired): ‘The Child is the Father of the Man:Livingstone’s visit to the Shoshong Hills, 1842’Dr Walima Kalusa (UNZA) ‘Strange Bedfellows: David Livingstone, Sekeletu and theTrans-African Expedition, 1853-56’
The
NationalMuseums Board
of 
Zambia
 
Imperial Obsessions: David Livingstone, Africa and world history: a life and legacy reconsidered. 19th21st April 2013 in Livingstone, Zambia.
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1-2.30 LUNCH2.30-4.00pm
SESSION TWOHiddenHistories
Chair: Mr Flexon Mizinga (Executive Secretary, National MuseumsBoard, Zambia)Ms Julie Davidson (author): ‘In search of Mrs Livingstone: Silent partner; forgotten wife’Mr Sybren Renema (Artist &writer, Netherlands): ‘”You took the Part, that once was myheart”: the Livingstonetrees and memorialisation’4-.4.30pm Tea Break
SESSION THREE :-Livingstone,Religion andEducation
4.30-6.00pmChair: Prof John Mackenzie (EmeritusProfessor,University of Lancaster)Prof Brian Stanley (Edinburgh University):'Livingstone's dialogue with the rainmakerand the legacy of the Scottish Enlightenment'Prof Ackson Kanduza (Open University of Zambia): ‘The Livingstone Teachers trainingcollege’
Saturday April 20
th
Day Two
9.30-11am
SESSION FOUR A: Livingstone,Anti-Slavery and theImperialProject
Chair:Dr Walima Kalusa (UNZA)Mr Jonas Gjersø (LSE): ‘British anti-slave trade policy and rethinking the annexation ofEast Africa, 1884-1896’Ms Christine Whyte (ETHUniversity,Zürich)‘A clash of ‘civilizing missions’? The conflictover child wards in Freetown, 1853.’
 
Imperial Obsessions: David Livingstone, Africa and world history: a life and legacy reconsidered. 19th21st April 2013 in Livingstone, Zambia.
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SESSION FOUR B: Museums,Memorialisation andRemembering 
(Upper Conference Room)Chair: Prof Ackson Kanduza (Open University of Zambia)Dr FridayMufuzi (ActingDirector, Lusaka Museum) 'The LivingstoneMuseum and thememorialisation of David Livingstone in colonial and post-colonial Zambia'Dr Sarah Worden (National Museum of Scotland)'Exhibiting Livingstone in the NationalMuseum of Scotland: 1913-2013'Dr Sanda Kocivar (Museum of Croatia): ‘Remembering Croats in Stanley’s CongoExpeditions in the 1880s’11-11.30 Tea Break11.30-1.00pm
SESSION FIVE:Ideologies of Imperialism
Chair: Dr Giacomo Macola (Univeristy of Kent)Prof Stacey Sommerdyk (University of Witwatersrand): ‘Imagining Africathrough theColonial Gaze’Prof Sekibakiba Peter Lekgoathi (University of Witwatersrand): ‘Sofonia Poonyane andthe Researches of Isaac Schapera in Colonial Botswana’Dr Joel Quirk (University of Witwatersrand): ‘Humanitarianism as Paternalism: TheHistory and Legacies of Anti-Slavery Activism in Africa
1-2.00pm LUNCH
2.00-3.30
SESSION SIXLivingstone,TravelWriting andJournalism
Chair: Dr Justin Livingstone (Glasgow University)Dr Leila Koivunen (Universityof Turku, Finland): ‘Dr Livingstone I presume? Visualised:the birth and death of an iconic scene’Dr Brian Murray (Cambridge University): ‘Stanley’s Livingstone: an “Anglo-Saxon” manof feeling’4.-4.30pm Tea Break

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