n Historia - Establishment of the Livingstone Museum and its role in colonial Zambia, 1934-1964
|Article Title||Establishment of the Livingstone Museum and its role in colonial Zambia, 1934-1964|
|© Publisher:||Historical Association of South Africa (HASA)|
|Affiliations||1 Livingstone Museum|
|Publication Date||May 2011|
|Pages||26 - 41|
A number of scholars have explored the development of the Livingstone Museum and the role it played in colonial and post-colonial Zambia. Those who did so during the colonial period include Brelsford, Clark, Gluckman, Jones, Humphrey and Clay. They discussed the evolution of museums in general, noting that firstly, their purpose was to acquire, select and preserve material culture; secondly, to add knowledge; and thirdly to diffuse that knowledge to the general public. They also highlighted the origins of Livingstone Museum, the reasons for its establishment and the policy governing it during its formative years.
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