Staff Profile

/Ms Nyasha Agnes Gurira

Ms Nyasha Agnes Gurira

Lecturer, Department of Archaeology, Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies


Qualifications:

  • B.A. Hons Archaeology Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies, M.A. Cultural Heritage Studies

Research Interests:

  • Indigenous Knowledge Systems,
  • Heritage Economics, and Community Participation in Heritage Management,
  • Conservation of Architectural Heritage,
  • Conservation of Museum Collections, Collections Management,and Heritage and Sustainable development.

Upcoming Publications:

  1. Traditional management systems and the conservation of cultural and natural heritage in Zimbabwe by Nyasha A. Gurira and Petronella Katekwe (under review )
  2. Using contingency valuation approaches to assess sustainable cultural heritage tourism and conservation of the Outstanding Universal Values (OUV) at Great Zimbabwe World Heritage Site By Nyasha A. Gurira and Patrick Ngulube.(in press)
  3. The monument we deserve: Issues of Authenticity and Integrity at Naletale National Monument. By Nyasha A. Gurira and Munyaradzi Manyanga(in press)
  4. Bridging theory and practice an outline of the restoration projects at Naletale National Monument  By Nyasha A. Gurira and Davison Chiwara ( forthcoming paper)