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Lecture Reading: Lecture 16

Susan Geiger, ‘Tanganyikan Nationalism as ‘Women’s Work’: Life Histories, Collective Biography and Changing Historiography’, Journal of African History, 37, 3 (1996), pp.465-78.Further reading: James Brennan, ‘Blood Enemies: Exploitation and Urban Citizenship in the Nationalist Political Thought of Tanzania, 1958-75’, Journal of African History, 47, 3 (2006). James Brennan, ‘The Short History of Political Opposition and Multi-Party Democracy in Tanganyika 1958-64’, In Search of a Nation: Histories of Authority and Dissidence in Tanzania (James Currey, Oxford: 2005), pp. 250-77. Douglas Daniels, ‘Taarab Clubs and Swahili Music Culture’, Social Identities, 2, 3 (1996), pp.413-38. Susan Geiger, TANU Women: Gender and Culture in the Making of Tanganyikan Nationalism, 1955-1965 (James Currey, Oxford: 1997). John Iliffe, ‘Breaking the Chain at its Weakest Link: TANU and the Colonial Office’, In Search of a Nation: Histories of Authority and Dissidence in Tanzania (James Currey, Oxford: 2005), pp.168-197. Jamie Monson, ‘The Tribal Past and the Politics of Nationalism in Mahenge District 1940-60’, in James Giblin & Gregory Maddox (eds.), In Search of a Nation: Histories of Authority and Dissidence in Tanzania (James Currey, Oxford: 2005), pp.103-113.

Cranford Pratt, The Critical Phase in Tanzania, 1945-1968: Nyerere and the Emergence of a Socialist Strategy (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 1976).