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CIA World Factbook. Includes map.

New Internationalist Profile

UN Development Program, Human Development Indicators

World Guide

On the Web: Articles

Exporting Corporate Control. Joe Conason, Salon (7/20/01). Kahama Mining & 1996 "extra-judicial" killings of Bulyanhulu gold miners.

On the Web: Specialized Sites

All Africa News Service: Tanzania.

EcoNews Africa.

WWW Virtual Library

In the Library: Articles

Bailey, Martin. "Freedom railroad," Monthly Review 27,11 (4/76):32-44. Chinese-built, providing outlet for Zambian copper through Tanzania.

Bhagavan, M.R. "Problems of socialist development in Tanzania," Monthly Review 24,1 (5/72):28-39.

Glassman, Jonathon. "Slower than a massacre: the multiple sources of racial thought in colonial Africa," America Historical Review 109,3 (6/04):720-54. Race & political discourse in Zanzibar.

Hirschbein, Sevin. "Tanzania: the non-Marxist path to socialism?" Monthly Review 32,8 (1/81):24-41.

Hyden, Goran. "AIDS, policy & politics: East Africa in comparative perspective," Policy Studies Review 12,1-2 (spr-sum 93).

Maddox, Gregory H. "Networks & frontiers in colonial Tanzania," Environmental History 3,4 (10/98):436-59.

McHenry, Dean E. Jr. "The Ujemaa village in Tanzania: a comparison with Chinese, Soviet & Mexican experiences in collectivization," Comparative Studies in Society & History 18,3 (7/76):347-70.

Mwalilino, Walusako. "In defense of the Nyakyusa," Monthly Review 45,8 (1/94):36-39.

Omari, Abillah H. "Tanzania: religious crisis or Islamic fundamentalism?" Journal of Peace, Conflict & Military Studies (Harare) 1,2 (11/00).

Othman, Haroub. "The Tanzanian State: who controls it, whose interests does it serve?" Monthly Review 26,7 (12/74):46-57.

Salum, Said. "The Tanzanian State: a critique," Monthly Review 28,8 (1/77):51-57.

Shivji, Issa. "Capitalism unlimited: public corporations in partnership with multinational corporations," African Review 3,3 (1973). Nationalizations carried out in such a way as to serve the interests of metropolitan capital.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Adisa, Folajinmi Olabode. The Comfort of Strangers: The Impact of Rwandan Refugees on Neighboring Countries (Nairobi: UNCHS, 1996).

Duggan, William Redman & John R. Civille. Tanzania & Nyerere: A Study of Ujamaa & Nationhood (Maryknoll NY: Orbis, 1976).

Essack, Karrim. The Peasant's March Into History (Dar es Salaam, 1989).

Feierman, Steven. Peasant Intellectuals. Anthropology & History in Tanzania (Madison: U. of Wisconsin, 1990).

Geiger, Susan. TANU Women: Gender & Culture in the Making of Tanganyikan Nationalism, 1955-1965 (Portsmouth: Heinemann, 1997).

Hyden, Goran. Political Development in Rural Tanzania (Nairobi: East African, 1969).

__________. Efficiency vs. Distribution in East African Cooperatives: A Study in Organizational Conflicts (Nairobi: East African Literature Bureau, 1973).

__________. Beyond Ujamaa in Tanzania. Underdevelopment & an Uncaptured Peasantry (Berkeley: U. of California, 1980).

__________ & Rwekaza Mukandala (eds.) Agencies in Foreign Aid: Comparing China, Sweden & the US in Tanzania (NY: St. Martin's, 1999).

Iliffe, John. Tanganyika under German Rule, 1905-1912 (London: Cambridge, 1969).

__________. Agricultural Change in Modern Tanganyika: An Outline History (Nairobi: East African Publishing House, 1971).

__________ (ed.) Modern Tanzanians: A Volume of Biographies (Nairobi: East African Publishing House, 1973).

__________. A Modern History of Tanganyika (NY: Cambridge, 1979).

__________. East African Doctors: A History of the Modern Profession (NY: Cambridge, 1998).

Kjekshus, Helge. Ecology Control & Economic Development in East African History (London: Heinemann, 1977). Searing account of impact of war & disease under early colonial rule.

Koponen, Juhani. People & Production in Late Precolonial Tanzania: History & Structures (Helsinki: Finnish Society for Development Studies, 1988). Includes critical discussion of Kjekshus' account of the ecological consequences of early colonial rule.

Legum, Colin & Geoffrey Mmari. Mwalimu: The Influence of Nyerere (London: J. Currey, 1995).

Mbilinya, Marjorie J. The Transition to Capitalism in Rural Tanzania (Dar es Salaam: University College, 1974).

Middleton, John & Jane Cambell. Zanzibar: Its Society & Politics (London, 1965).

Murphy, Dervla. The Ukimwi Road: From Kenya to Zimbabwe (Woodstock NY: Overlook, 1995).

Nyerere, Julius K. Ujamaa: Essays on Socialism (Dar es Salaam: Oxford, 1969).

__________. Crusade for Liberation (NY: Oxford, 1978).

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

Prins, A.H.J. The Swahili-Speaking People of Zanzibar & the East African Coast (London: International African Institute, 1961).

Resnick, Idrian (ed.) Tanzania: Revolution by Education (Arusha: Longmans, 1968).

__________. The Long Transition: Building Socialism in Tanzania (NY: Monthly Review, 1981).

Shivji, Issa G. Tanzania: The Silent Class Struggle (Lund: Zenit, 1970).

__________. Class Struggles in Tanzania (NY: Monthly Review, 1976).

Smith, Charles D. Did Colonialism Capture the Peasantry?: A Case Study of the Kagera District, Tanzania (Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, 1989).

__________. Ecology, Civil Society & the Informal Economy in North West Tanzania (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001).

Smith, William E. We Must Run While They Walk: A Portrait of Africa's Julius Nyerere (NY: Random House, 1972).

Turshen, Meredeth. The Political Ecology of Disease in Tanzania (New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers, 1984).

von Freyhold, Michaela. Ujamaa Villages in Tanzania: Analysis of a Social Experiment (NY: Monthly Review, 1979).

In the Library: Fiction

Coleman, Carter. The Volunteer (NY: Warner, 1998).

Gurnah, Abdulrazak. Memory of Departure (London: Jonathan Cape, 1987).

__________. Paradise (NY: New Press, 1994). Tanganyika during World War I.

__________. Admiring Silence (NY: New Press, 1996). Emigrant returns from UK to Zanzibar.

__________. By the Sea (NY: New Press, 2001).

__________. Desertion (2005).

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