[German Version] The MauMau struggle was an uprising by the economically disadvantaged African population who were widely without political rights against the British colonial system in Kenya. The conflict arose in the late 1940s around the issue of land division. The MauMau movement (a term
MauMau in Harlem? The U.S. and the Liberation of Kenya is a well-documented study, in which Gerald Horne examines the role that individual Americans, African American organizations, British government and trade unions, and the United States government played in the liberation of Kenya. It is a
Henry Muoria (1914-97), self-taught journalist and pamphleteer, helped to inspire Kenya's nationalisms before Mau Mau. The pamphlets reproduced here, in Gikuyu and English, contrast his own originality with the conservatism of Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya's first President. The contributing editors introduce Muoria's political context, tell how three remarkable women sustained his families' life; and remember him as father. Courageous intellectual, political, and domestic life here intertwine.
- pathetic to indigenous political movements. Hence with the MauMau rebellion, in the 1950s, the KKEA was outlawed. THE KIKUYU KARING'A EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (KKEA) arose out of the turmoil created by a missionary ban on female cir- cumcision among the Kikuyu of Central Province of Kenya in 1929. This ban
the Italian invasion of Ethiopia in 1935, the MauMau Uprising, and Defiance Campaign in Kenya and South Africa respectively in the 1950s, and the independence of many nations in 1960 were important in...
Bibliographic entry in Chapter 27: Race, Gender, and Culture in U.S. Foreign Relations | Race authorMeriwether, James H.imprintChapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2002.annotationThe author argues that key events such as the Italian invasion of Ethiopia in 1935, the MauMau Uprising
modalità sociale e culturale di ricostruzione dei momenti più traumatici del colonialismo in Africa orientale, riletti dagli artisti alla luce dello specifico contesto culturale e socio-politico.
La rivolta MauMau nella narrativa swahili del Kenya
La narrativa swahili contemporanea si è sviluppata
p. 122, read: BIRINDA 812, read: CRUELLS 828, read: Dini 832, delete: On MauMau 855, read: Watu wa Mungu 960, read: 1966 . I I20 and p. 122, read: CAWOOD . I I92 and p. 125, read: MARQUARD , p. 121, read: ADEMOLA p. 122, read: BROWN, K. T. add: BuRROws, H. R., I I I6 ; . CADEL, 52; DAVIDSON, B