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Ethnozoological practices among Naga tribes
The present paper describes the traditional method of treating various kinds of ailments using different vertebrates and invertebrates and/or their products by different Naga tribes. Since differentExpand
MILITANTS, MOTHERS, AND THE NATIONAL FAMILY: UJAMAA, GENDER, AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN POSTCOLONIAL TANZANIA*
  • P. Lal
  • Political Science
  • The Journal of African History
  • 1 March 2010
ABSTRACT Between 1964 and 1975, development politics in Tanzania came to be organized around a version of ujamaa that normalized distinct gender roles and celebrated a generic ideal of the nuclearExpand
SELF-RELIANCE AND THE STATE: THE MULTIPLE MEANINGS OF DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY POST-COLONIAL TANZANIA
  • P. Lal
  • Political Science
  • Africa
  • 1 May 2012
ABSTRACT This article uses a key principle of the Tanzanian ujamaa project – self-reliance – as an analytical lever to open up the historical landscape of development politics in that nationalExpand
African Socialism in Postcolonial Tanzania: Between the Village and the World
  • P. Lal
  • Geography
  • 1 December 2015
Drawing on a wide range of oral and written sources, this book tells the story of Tanzania's socialist experiment: the ujamaa villagization initiative of 1967–75. Inaugurated shortly afterExpand
A checklist of helminth parasite fauna in anuran Amphibia (frogs) of Nagaland, Northeast India
An exhaustive exploratory survey on helminth parasite fauna of anuran frogs was carried out in several localities falling under 5 districts of western region of Nagaland state. Altogether 34 parasiteExpand
African Socialism and the Limits of Global Familyhood: Tanzania and the New International Economic Order in Sub-Saharan Africa
This essay contextualizes the emergence of the NIEO—as an ideological formation and political project—from the particular vantage point of early postcolonial Tanzania. The political imagination ofExpand
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