2 edition of Nyerere of Tanzania. found in the catalog.
Nyerere of Tanzania.
W. E. Smith
Written in English
Building a Peaceful Nation: Julius Nyerere and the Establishment of Sovereignty in Tanzania, (Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora). JULIUS KAMBARAGE NYERERE () Yusuf Kassam1 Julius Nyerere, the former and founding President of the United Republic of Tanzania, is known not only as one of the world’s most respected statesmen and an articulate spokes man of African liberation and African dignity but also as an educator and an original and creative educational Size: 40KB.
Paul Bjerk is an associate professor of African history at Texas Tech University, and was recently a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Iringa in Tanzania. He is the author of Building a Peaceful Nation: Julius Nyerere and the Establishment of Sovereignty in Tanzania, – More info →. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Tanzania and Nyerere: A Study of Ujamaa and Nationalism by John R. Civille and William R. Duggan (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
Nyerere of Tanzania. Harare, Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Publishing House, (OCoLC) Named Person: Julius K Nyerere; Julius K Nyerere: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Edgett Smith. Find more information about: # Julius K. Nyerere\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. Julius Nyerere was the first prime minister of free Tanganyika from to , later he became the first President of new state Tanzania. He was very famous among the .
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Julius Kambarage Nyerere (13 April - 14 October ) was a Tanzanian politician who served as the first President of Tanzania and previously Tanganyika, from the country's founding in until his retirement in Having been a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Iringa in Tanzania, Bjerk builds on his previous studies of the country by writing a short, succinct biography of Julius Nyerere.
The book generally highlights the personal life of Nyerere, who was fondly known as Mwalimu – Swahili for teacher. Born in Tanganyika to Nyerere Burito (), Chief of the Zanaki, Nyerere was known by the Swahili name Mwalimu or 'teacher', his profession prior to politics. He was also referred to as Baba wa Taifa (Father of the Nation). Nyerere received his higher education at Makerere University in Kampala and the University of Edinburgh.4/5.
Publisher: Mkuki na Nyota SKU: Book One: The Making of a Philosopher Ruler Lead Author: Saida Yahya-Othman Book Two: Becoming Nationalist Lead Author: Ng’wanza Kamata Book Three: Rebellion Without Rebels Lead Author: Issa G. Shivji Praise for Nyerere Biography We.
Julius Nyerere has 14 books on Goodreads with ratings. Julius Nyerere’s most popular book is Ujamaa: Essays on Socialism. Journey to Tanzania 45 Interrogation 49 Journey to Dar-es-Salaam 57 The Dark Side of Nyerere's Legacy 59 Life in the Camp 87 Release from Solitary Confinement 98 Banishment Order Escape to Freedom Leaving Portugal The first multi-party election Epilogue Mbabane, Swaziland It was a Wednesday, December 6, File Size: KB.
Book Review: Julius Nyerere by Paul Bjerk In a short and precise volume, Paul Bjerk succeeds in debating the legacy of Nyerere in six short chapters. The book deals with the highs and lows of Nyerere’s illustrious political career and balances this in a manner befitting a great African statesman, says Nicodemus Size: KB.
Society. During his time as Bishop of Masasi in southern Tanzania,he was active in promoting the objectives of independent Tanzania throughout the diocese. This booklet is written by various hands to pay tribute to Mwalimu Julius Nyerere and to draw out the many-faceted contribution he has made to the life of his country and its Size: KB.
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nyerere intervenes forcefully in constitutional debate tanzania's constitutional dilemma continues and. about Nyerere, the person or the body of his work, but about the development and construction of the particular social, cultural, and political theory and practice.
Therefore, only the elements of Nyerere’s thought which speak directly about this have been included. Development as Rebellion: A Biography of Julius Nyerere (HB Box Set) Book One: The Making of a Philosopher Ruler Lead Author: Saida Yahya-Othman Book. Nyerere's Tanzania welcomed various liberation groups from southern Africa, such as FRELIMO, to set up operations in the country to work towards overthrowing the colonial and white-minority governments of these countries.
Nyerere's government had warm relations with the neighbouring Zambian government of Kenneth or: Sir Richard Turnbull. It explores how Nyerere is remembered by Tanzanians from different levels of society, in what ways and for what purposes. Looking into what Nyerere means and stands for today, it provides insight into the media, the political arena, poetry, the education sector, or street-corner talks.
The main argument of this book is that Nyerere has become a widely shared political metaphor used to debate and contest conceptions of the Tanzanian. Nyerere's economic policies, his successes and failures in pursuit of economic development under socialism, are some of the subjects addressed by the author in this book.
A Tanzanian himself., he also looks at how life was under Nyerere since the sixties.3/5(1). It explores how Nyerere is remembered by Tanzanians from different levels of society, in what ways and for what purposes. Looking into what Nyerere means and stands for today, it provides insight into the media, the political arena, poetry, the education sector, or street-corner talks.
The main argument of this book is that Nyerere has become a widely shared political metaphor used to debate and contest conceptions of the Tanzanian Author: Marie-Aude Fouere.
Julius Nyerere was the first prime minister of independent Tanganyika () and later became the first president of the new state of Tanzania (). He was a major force behind the modern Pan-African movement and one of the founders in of the Organization of African Unity (now the African Union).
MV Nyerere is a Tanzanian ferry that capsized on 20 September while travelling between the islands of Ukerewe and Ukara on Lake Victoria. The Tanzanian government have declared that people died as a result of the capsizing while 41 could be rescued.
The capsized ferry was successfully righted, retrieved and unloaded more than one week after the led power: 2 diesel engines at kW each.
A biography of Julius Kambarage Nyerere, the father of Tanzania. He was the first president and architect of ujamaa, an African socialist : Alistair Boddy-Evans.
The author worked as a reporter at Tanzania's leading newspaper, "The Daily News," when Nyerere was president.
Included in the book is one of the last interviews Nyerere gave not long before he died in which he reflected on his leadership and even on his student days at Makerere University College in Uganda and at Edinburgh University in Scotland.
The contemporary narrative of Nyerere in Tanzania is also due undeniably to the present socioeconomic woes, growing in equality, concerns about religious and national fragmentation, the high. One of Africa’s most respected figures, Julius Nyerere ( — ) was a politician of principle and intelligence.
Known as Mwalimu or teacher he had a vision of education that was rich with possibility. Julius Kambarage Nyerere was born on Ap in Butiama, on the eastern shore of lake Victoria in north west Tanganyika.African people. Nyerere will forever be remembered for pushing and spearheading the growth of Kiswahili in East and Central Africa, which epitomized his belief that Kiswahili could promote African unity, just as it had done in Tanzania.
He gave content and meaning to Tanzania`s independence by recognising the role of an.Many of the chapters in the book document and discuss this issue as it applies to Nyerere and his works.
For example, Emma Hunter’s chapter suggests how the Arusha Declaration and Ujamaa were Nyerere’s way of winning back political power for himself and his party by formalising a pervasive anticapitalist and anti-corruption discourse in.