w World'; in other words, they were 'Communists', and the 'Mau-Mau' rebellion had started in a similar way in Kenya."a In July 1954, William L. McLuckie, in charge o f the WTBTS branch office in Blantyre, wrote to the general governor o f Mozambique, protesting against the arrest o f the Witnesses

In: Le Fait Missionnaire

knows that in this regard 'the West' is often diametrically opposed to 'the Rest'. Africans like to remind their European dialogue partners of the history of slavery, imperialism and colonialism. They eagerly quote a popular saying of the Mau-Mau freedom fighters: "At first we had the land and the white

In: Exchange

redoubt or base area, usually a densely forested or mountainous region, often on the border between two territorial jurisdictions, not readily patrolled by government troops. The Aberdare Mountains for the Mau-Mau, the forest camps of the Mulelist fighters, the savannah liberated areas of the PAIGC near

In: Journal of Asian and African Studies

religion, Nairobi: East African Publishing House 1971, 103. 64. Sundkler, 129f. Note that he concurs with the Protestant ethic argument which this paper disputes. 65. The 'crowd' analysis approach is adopted from B. A. Ogot, 'Revolt of the elders: an anatomy of the Loyalist crowd in the Mau Mau uprising

In: Journal of Religion in Africa

political outcomes - including the Mau Mau emergency and national independence - to which the schools' programs con- tributed is assessed. The theoretical perspective which is employed for social movement analysis is "interest group conflict," and includes the contribution which Nativistic Move- ment Theory

In: Mission Studies

n a . Accra: Sedco Publishing Ltd. 1 9 8 4 (joint winners) G a k a a r a wa Wanjau (Kenya), Mwandiki wa Mau Mau I t h a a m i r i o - i n i . Nairobi: H e i n e m a n n Educa• t i o n a l Books (East Africa) Ltd; and Njabulo Simakahle Ndebele (South Africa) Fools and Other Stories. Johannesbuig

In: Logos

tao taw tau tau *tau ha ka ka ka kaa ka *ka cai cho' cheu saii saw chaeu cai * � eti pao pau plao o pao plaw ptaou plau yi nhi ngi yi i ngi gnien ni *nl –. mao mau mao mao mau maou mau *mau si si shi hsi si chi si *sl .j sai , so' , sheu hsaii siu seu sai *sai o \ xana sanga shinga hsinga singa sa

In: T'oung Pao

had detained Kenyatta on charges of “terrorism” as leader for the Mau Mau movement, and he had become an African hero overnight. However, one man captured the African imagination; of all the partici- pants, one delegate was to make history and become an African martyr and hero overnight. That man was

In: Societies Without Borders

elucidates the work of the patriots as a regional phenomenon with particular local reflexes, and gives vivid life to their concerns through contrast with the dramatic alternative vision of the pilgrims. He ties the history of Mau Mau detainees in Kenya in with multiple other stories: Haya men’s concern over

In: Social Sciences and Missions

countries on the continent, before and after independence. We have a shining example in Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o’s Weep Not, Child , which fictionalizes Kenya’s Mau Mau uprising against oppressive white minority rule in the struggle by Africans to re-gain lost land and attain independence. Another example is

In: Matatu