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Widens the debate about the Mau Mau revolt and adds an African voice to the examination and interpretation of an important event in African history. Maloba examines the part played by Mau Mau in Kenyan nationalism and its independence movement. Wunyabari Maloba is Associate Professor of History and Coordinator of the African Studies Program, University of Delaware North America: Indiana U Press
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This is a study of one of the more remarkable nationalist peasant revolts against British colonialism in Africa. As a nationalist revolutionary movement, Mau Mau has remained remarkably difficult to comprehend. This study has been undertaken with the aim of not only clarifying but also explaining the varied contradictory components of this revolt.About the Author:
WUNYABARI O. MALOBA is Associate Professor of History and Coordinator of the African Studies Program at the University of Delaware. He has published a number of articles on nationalism and decolonization.
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Book Description James Currey, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0852557450