- Paperback: 204 pages
- Publisher: Daraja Press (September 19, 2016)
- Language: Swahili
- ISBN-10: 0995222320
- ISBN-13: 978-0995222328
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Tishio La Ukombozi (Swahili Edition) (Swahili) Paperback – September 19, 2016
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Amrit Wilson has tapped a wide range of sources to tell a story of Zanzibar in modern times. As interesting as the narrative she puts together is the vantage point from which she tells it. This book deserves a wide audience. (Mahmood Mamdani, Herbert Lehman Professor of Government and Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University) Amrit Wilson offers an insightful and compelling analysis of the concrete struggle against neo-colonialism as it has played out, over the last several decades, in Zanzibar and what is now Tanzania. Getting beyond the headlines and the official histories, and with access to material previously unavailable, Wilson introduces the reader to a 1960s movement that could have brought about the revolutionary transformation of Zanzibar, and quite possibly other parts of East Africa, had it not been hijacked. There were moments when Wilson's compelling narrative had the feel of gripping novel! (Bill Fletcher, Jr., co-editor of Claim No Easy Victories: The Legacy of Amilcar Cabral)
About the Author
Amrit Wilson is the author of Dreams, Questions, Struggles: South Asian Women in Britain (Pluto, 2006), The Challenge Road: Women in the Eritrean Revolution (1991) and US Foreign Policy and Revolution: the creation of Tanzania (Pluto, 1989) and the co-editor of The Future that Works: Selected writings of A.M.Babu (2002). AMRIT WILSON ni mwandishi na mwanaharakati. Miongoni mwa vitabu vyake ni pamoja na Dreams, Questions, Struggles: South Asian Women in Britain (Pluto Press, 2006), “Ndoto, Maswali, Mapambano: Wanawake wa Asia ya Kusini Ulaya ya Uingereza” na US Foreign Policy and Revolution: The Creation of Tanzania (Pluto Press, 1989) “Sera ya Mambo ya Nje ya Marekani na Mapinduzi: Kuundwa kwa Tanzania”
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