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A group of Conflict and Peace Studies students in the Department of History and Archaeology Library. 



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Dr Mwiandi on a research field trip in Machakos. These artefacts are part of historical “spoken and unspoken” words in history. A combination of written information and such cultural materials tell a richer story. Add orals histories and critical analysis into the mix, and the history become truer and more exciting. 



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Dr Mary Mwiandi in Cairo, Egypt while attending Nile Basin Research programme workshop. The architectural designs of this old civilization tell a story of great minds and ingenuity of Africans. What is our contribution in our own time? Held in Cairo, Egypt



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Combining research and philanthropy... Student in field work at Maai Mahiu IDP camp in 2010. Students donated books and food stuff to the IDPs. David Masika teaches at the Department of History and Archaeology. 



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Giving to the community: combining research and community work: Dr. Mwiandi giving a hand at a IDP camp school at Maai Mahiu, 2010.



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