Managing Intangible Heritage at Tsodilo

  title={Managing Intangible Heritage at Tsodilo},
  author={Phillip Segadika},
  journal={Museum International},
  pages={31 - 40}
  • P. Segadika
  • Published 1 May 2006
  • Sociology
  • Museum International
Phillip Segadika is head of the Archaeology and Monuments Division at the Botswana National Museum. He holds a Master’s degree in landscape archaeology from the University of Wales, Lampeter (United Kingdom) and is studying for a part time Ph.D. at Wits University (South Africa). He has been chairing the proceedings for developing management plans for numerous sites in Botswana, including the Tsodilo World Heritage Integrated Management Plan. 

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