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Lecture Reading: Lecture 4

David Newbury, ‘Precolonial Burundi and Rwanda: Local Loyalties, Regional Loyalties’, International Journal of African Historical Studies, 34, 2 (2001), pp.255-314. Further reading: Edward Alpers, ‘Kingalu Mwana Shaha and Political Leadership in Nineteenth-Century Eastern Tanzania’, in James Giblin & Gregory Maddox (eds.), In Search of a Nation: Histories of Authority and Dissidence in Tanzania (James Currey, Oxford: 2005), pp.33-56. Jeffrey Fadiman, When We Began There Were Witchmen: An Oral History From Mount Kenya (Berkeley, University of California Press, 1994), chapters 1-4. Steven Feierman, The Shambaa Kingdom: A History (University of Wisconsin Press, Madison WI: 1974). Holly Hanson, ‘Queen Mothers and Good Government in Buganda: The Loss of Women’s Political Power in Nineteenth-Century East Africa’, in Susan Geiger, Nakanyike Musisi & Jean Marie Allman (eds.), Women in African Colonial Histories (Indiana University Press, Bloomington: 2002). Jeffrey Herbst, States and Power in Africa: Comparative Lessons in Authority and Control (Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ: 2000), chapter 2. Isaria Kimambo, Penetration and Protest in Tanzania: The Impact of the World Economy on the Pare, 1860-1960 (James Currey, London: 1991). Peter Little, ‘Pastoralism, Biodiversity, and the Shaping of Savanna Landscapes in East Africa’, Africa, 66, 1 (1996), pp.37-51 Jamie Monson, ‘Memory, Migration and the Authority of History in Southern Tanzania, 1860-1960’, Journal of African History, 41, 3 (2000), pp.347-72. David Newbury, ‘Precolonial Burundi and Rwanda: Local Loyalties, Regional Loyalties’, International Journal of African Historical Studies, 34, 2 (2001), pp.255-314. Jeremy Prestholdt, ‘Global Repercussions of East African Consumerism’, American Historical Review, 109, 3 (2004), pp.755-82. Richard Reid, ‘The Ganda on Lake Victoria: A Nineteenth-Century East African Imperialism’, Journal of African History, 39, 3 (1998), pp.349-63. Peter Robertshaw & David Taylor, ‘Climate Change and the Rise of Political Complexity in Western Uganda’, Journal of African History, 41, 1 (2000), pp.1-28. David Robinson, Muslim Societies in African History (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 2004), chapter 11. Richard Waller, ‘Ecology, Migration, and Expansion in East Africa’, African Affairs, 84, 336 (1985), pp.347-70.