The Department of History, Archaeology and Heritage Studies invites you all to a public lecture by another Historian, Prof. Edward Isaac Steinhart titled, “FROM NKORE: YOU CAN GO ANYWHERE”. The lecture will take place on 5th February, 2020 in CTF1, Room 2.1 starting at 3:00pm.
Prof. Edward Isaac Steinhart's biography
Prof. Edward Isaac Steinhart is an ardent scholar of Uganda’s history and a professor emeritus at Texas Tech University, Lubbock. He received his PhD in African History from Northwestern University and taught history at the University of Chicago, the University of Texas (Austin), the University of the West Indies (Jamaica), the University of Nairobi (Kenya), and the University of Zambia (Lusaka).
He was an Honorary Assistant Professor in the Department of History, Makerere University and wrote a book “The Kingdoms of Western Uganda 1890-1907” and published in the new edition of “Conflict and Collaboration”. He was the editor of Ethnohistory and Africa and his last works on Africa “Black Poachers and White Hunters, a Social History of Hunting in Colonial Kenya” among others were widely recognized. Elsewhere in Africa, South Africa, Prof. Steinhart was known as an anti-apartheid activist.
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