Mountain farmers : moral economies of land & agricultural development in Arusha & Meru

Thomas Spear

This work examines the struggle between the Meru and Arusha peoples and their German and British rulers over the issue of land and agricultural development on Mount Meru in northern Tanzania. It shows how the Meru and Arashi, faced with an iron ring of land alienated by European settlers successfully intensified their own irrigated agriculture to bring about what has been termed an indigenous agricultural revolution. Tanzania: Mkuki na Nyota

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[目次]

  • Part One Settlement of Mount Meru: mountain farmers - Meru and Chaga in the 17th-19th centuries
  • Massai farmers - Arusha and pastoral Massai in the 18th-19th centuries. Part Two Colonialism and resistance under German rule: blood on the land - Talala and the Germans, 1881-96
  • conquest and colonization, 1896-1916
  • establishment of the mission, 1902-1916. Part Three British rule 1916-61: recolonization
  • land, population and agricultural development
  • Christians, coffee, culture and class. Part Four Politics of land and authority: struggles for the land - political and moral economies of land
  • the politics of land and authority
  • the Meru land case.

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書名 Mountain farmers : moral economies of land & agricultural development in Arusha & Meru
著作者等 Spear, Thomas T.
Spear Thomas
出版元 University of California Press;James Curry
刊行年月 1997
ページ数 x, 262 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0520206193
0852557361
085255737X
0520206185
NCID BA30954579
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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