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On the Background is the Ancient Angnkor, one of the most remarkable temple in stone in Southeast Asia. This is the Khamer civilisation that flourished between 8th and the 13th centuries. It was amazing creation of human inginuity then, and  continues to fascinate people to this day.  Picture taken in January 2016 of a group of researchers in the WaSo Project. 



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Above are valuable donations by Marc H. Dawson of his own Field interview notes and tape recorded cassettes (1978-79) to the Department of History and Archaeology. This is great recorded history that has contributed to history in general and to the field of Historical Methods at graduate and postgraduate levels.   Prof. Dawson was a Research Associate with the Department of History, University of Nairobi back then, in late 1970s



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 An assortment of what historians must read to make sense of the past. They different sources of information is pieced together to write history. All documents, written or not, are critical for historical writing and interpretation of the past.  A student examining what is available for his work.



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Researchers in the field research to study the socio-economics of fisheries among rural communities in Kenya.  This is one of the activities of Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI).



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David Kyule taking the staff through some IT processes during a staff Meeting, June 2016



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