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Authors: Pablo Idahosa and Bob Shenton

other forms of servile labour. To these, slaves imported from East Africa, South and East Asia, were added. The course of the wars against Napoleon brought the transfer of the Cape HIMA 12,4_f5_67-113 1/25/05 4:52 PM Page 77 78 • Pablo L.E. Idahosa and Bob Shenton 29 Davenport 1991. 30 Hargreaves

In: Historical Materialism
Author: Jairus Banaji

the salt marshes east of Basra using slaves imported from East Africa, 99 or the ‘northern Kiangsu industrialists’ who invested in a booming iron industry employing thousands of wage labourers, 100 or the ‘merchant princes’ of late-Song/Yuan China who owned massive shipyards and were both shipowners

In: Historical Materialism
Author: Alan Carling

the Melanesian ‘big-men’ societies); ‘shared’ (among ‘adult male household heads, whether living in the kraals of the East African Nuer, the long-houses of the Daflas of the North-east Indian frontier, or the yurts of the Kirghiz of the Central Asian Pamirs’); 16 or finally ‘obstructed’ (the case of

In: Historical Materialism
Author: Michael Cowen

one or other intent to develop necessary means that he does not see the historical springs of intentional development. East African development schemes As an instructive example of intentional development, the 1947-9 groundnuts scheme was an attempt by the then Labour government to make Britain

In: Historical Materialism
Author: Henry Bernstein

the development of local labour HIMA 12,4_f6_114-144 1/25/05 4:52 PM Page 134 Considering Africa’s Agrarian Questions • 135 Tanzania; on intensi fi ed patterns of commodi fi cation in historically pastoralist zones in East Africa cf Anderson and Broch-Due 1999, and Woodhouse et al. 2000, Chapter 3

In: Historical Materialism
Author: Paul Levi

, who formed the KAPD after their expulsion from the KPD in August 1919, though they broke with it soon after.] 8. [Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck, Prussian general and commander in German East Africa; as a Reichswehr general he put down the Hamburg uprising of 1919.] P. Levi / Historical Materialism 17

In: Historical Materialism

international level was intense. Britain, which abolished slavery in its colonies in 1833, proceeded in the 1870s and 1880s to institute a naval blockade of the East African coast to prevent the continuing slave trade, above all in the direction of Brazil, which did not abolish slavery and the slave trade until

In: Nietzsche, the Aristocratic Rebel

Trusteeship Department of the United Nations but soon resigned that post to focus on political activism. He became an Assistant Professor at Syracuse University and helped develop its East African Studies Program. But again he resigned that post and moved to Tanzania to take the lead in developing a movement

In: Public Anthropologist

seeking to diversify its sources of oil and gas, with a similar situation being faced by its neighbours, Japan and South Korea. The majority of Chinese energy resources are imported from the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia and Oceania (including Australian coal). 3 Arctic resources may play a part in

In: Chinese Policy and Presence in the Arctic

-Selassie’s decision-making capacities to the British East African Authorities. The rise of a civilian left in Ethiopia can be seen as part of the continued effort to creatively articulate the shape of the Ethiopian nation-state. By the 1960s regional problems (sometimes expressed as the nationalities question) were

In: Ethiopia in Theory: Revolution and Knowledge Production, 1964-2016