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Title:Generations past: youth in East African history
Editors:Burton, Andrew Ross
Charton-Bigot, HélèneISNI
Year:2010
Pages:301
Language:English
City of publisher:Athens, Ohio
Publisher:Ohio University Press
ISBN:0821419234; 9780821419236; 0821419242; 9780821419243
Geographic term:East Africa
Subjects:youth
generations
social history
conference papers (form)
2006
Abstract:This book is the fruit of a 2006 conference held in Nyeri, Kenya, entitled Youth in Eastern Africa: Past and Present Perspectives, organized by the British Institute in Eastern Africa and the Institut Français de Recherche en Afrique. The Introduction is by G.T. Burgess and A. Burton. The contributions are: Arms and adolescence: male youth, warfare, and Statehood in nineteenth-century Eastern Africa (R. Reid); Youth, cattle raiding, and generational conflict along the Kenya-Uganda border (D. Eaton); Setting a moral economy in motion: youth in Tanzania's 'Age of Improvement' (role of youth in agrarian change, J.L. Giblin); Colonial youth at the crossroads: fifteen Alliance (a high school) 'boys' (a class of 'notables' in Kenya, H. Charton-Bigot); Raw youth, school-leavers, and the emergence of structural unemployment in late colonial urban Tanganyika (A. Burton); Bad boys in the bush? Disciplining Murran in colonial Maasailand (Kenya, R. Waller); Youth, elders, and metaphors of political change in late colonial Buganda (C. Summers); Youth, the TANU Youth League, and managed vigilantism in Dar es Salaam, 1925-73 (J.R. Brennan); To differentiate rice from grass: youth labor camps in revolutionary Zanzibar (G.T. Burgess); Premarital sexuality in Great Lakes Africa, 1900-1980 (Uganda, Tanzania, S. Doyle); 'Ruined lives': an analysis of gender relations, youth sexual behavior, and HIV and AIDS in early twenty-first-century Kenya (J. Nyairo, E. Kamaara); and Protecting young people: alcohol, advertising, and youth in Kenya (J. Willis). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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