D Boswell papers on Zambia and urbanisation

Scope and Content

Papers relating to Zambia and urbanisation, 1963-1975. Includes census material, surveys of Lusaka housing, papers concerning the World Bank project on planned urban growth in Zambia. Papers relating to Zambia and urbanisation, 1963-1975. Includes census material, surveys of Lusaka housing, and project papers.

Administrative / Biographical History

Dr David Boswell read history at Cambridge and taught social sciences at the Open University, where he spent 30 years teaching. His research interests include urbanisation in Zambia. He worked on a World Bank-funded project on this topic, which was carried out by a team from the Development Planning Unit at the University of London, 1974-1975. On retirement to Oxford, he taught at Oxford University's Department for Continuing Education, on subjects including villa gardens' history and design, the architectural history of Italy, Malta, Central Europe, France and English parish churches.

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Dr David Boswell read history at Cambridge and taught social sciences at the Open University, where he spent 30 years teaching. His research interests include urbanisation in Zambia. He worked on a World Bank-funded project on this topic, which was carried out by a team from the Development Planning Unit at the University of London, 1974-1975. On retirement to Oxford, he taught at Oxford University's Department for Continuing Education, on subjects including villa gardens' history and design, the architectural history of Italy, Malta, Central Europe, France and English parish churches.

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