|1980–||In December 1980 Robert Papstein, lecturer in African history at the Free University of Amsterdam and former lecturer at the University of Zambia, was not allowed to do fieldwork in Chavuma. In 1979 he had coedited a book by Luvale author Mose Sangambo,The History of the Luvale People and Their Chieftainship (Los Angeles 1979), which challenged the historical views of the Lunda on the authenticity and antiquity of their senior chief, Ishinde. The book's publication led to an increase of tension between Luvale and Lunda, resulting in blocked roads, suspension of government services, house burnings, beatings, and a resurrection of ethnic animosity unknown in the district since the 1950s. The Lunda saw the book as a dangerous Luvale attempt to control Chavuma and sought to have the book banned, confiscated, and burned. Part of Papstein's research was directed toward preparing a new, expanded edition of Sangambo's book. After long deliberations between the district governor, the Luvale and Lunda delegations, and Papstein, his research was permitted on a limited scale and in a restricted part of Chavuma.|
|1982||In April Susan Heuman (1941–), former lecturer at Brooklyn College, City University of New York (until 1974), visiting fellow at the Russian Institute of Columbia University, New York, expert in Russian and Soviet history at the University of Zambia, Lusaka, was picked up|
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Publication information: Book title: Censorship of Historical Thought: A World Guide, 1945-2000. Contributors: Antoon De Baets - Author. Publisher: Greenwood. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 2002. Page number: 620.
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