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Tanzanian Writers and Their Country By Bridgette Kasuka, Editor
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This work looks at Tanzanian writers and their writings. The book is also about their home country Tanzania including its history, different ethnic groups and their cultures.
Tanzanians to the Promised Land By Ibrahim John
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Tanzanians to the Promised Land is one of the greatest books ever written about Tanzania. It is a brief yet a comprehensive guide to an understanding of tanzania - the country, the people, politics,... More > economy, culture, and the history. This is a recommended reading to anyone who wishes to live or visit Tanzania, or just wants to know about this great country.< Less
Tanzanians to the Promised Land By Ibrahim John
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Tanzanians to the Promised Land is one of the greatest books ever written about Tanzania. It is a brief yet a comprehensive guide to an understanding of tanzania - the country, the people, politics,... More > economy, culture, and the history. This is a recommended reading to anyone who wishes to live or visit Tanzania, or just wants to know about this great country.< Less
Tanzanians to the Promised Land By Ibrahim John
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Tanzanians to the Promised Land is one of the greatest books ever written about Tanzania. It is a brief yet a comprehensive guide to an understanding of tanzania - the country, the people, politics,... More > economy, culture, and the history. This is a recommended reading to anyone who wishes to live or visit Tanzania, or just wants to know about this great country.< Less
Tanzanians to the Promised Land By Ibrahim John
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Tanzanians to the Promised Land is one of the greatest books ever written about Tanzania. It is a brief yet a comprehensive guide to an understanding of tanzania - the country, the people, politics,... More > economy, culture, and the history. This is a recommended reading to anyone who wishes to live or visit Tanzania, or just wants to know about this great country.< Less
Tanzanian Rock Art By Duggan Foundation
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This is a study of Rock Art in Tanzania. When we study rock art, we are dealing with the intellectual concepts, emotional expressions in differing states of consciousness and aesthetic tastes of... More > early people; in other words, with the spiritual rather than the material aspects of a culture< Less
Culture: Heritage and Legacy By Otto F. von Feigenblatt, Vannapond Suttichujit
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A Comparison of Perceived Educational Values Held by Latin American Immigrants and Anglo American Citizens Employed in Agriculture in Louisiana Richard Johnson and Joe Kotrlik, The Paradoxical... More > "Status Quo" of Contemporary Women Beatriz Peña, Culture and Development Nexus: The Interaction of the African Culture with the Western Culture and the Relevance to Development in the African Continent Ukertor Gabriel Moti, A comparative study; Gender and Education: Past, Present and Future in IRAN,Dr.Mojdeh Kiani, Building National Identity Through National Language: Selected Case Studies William W. Bostock,Suggested Strategies to Support the Recruitment and Retention of Black Male Teachers Christina Phillips, Denise Beattie, and Vannapond Suttichujit,Exploring the Relationship between Prospect Theory and International Conflict: The Thai-Cambodian Border Dispute as a Case Study Otto F. von Feigenblatt, Political Parties, Praetorianism, and Politicization of the Tanzanian Military. John Ringquist< Less
Matengo Folktales By Joseph Mbele
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This book presents English translations of ten Matengo folktales from Southern Tanzania, which the author recorded in the mid-1970s. Matengo is the author's mother tongue. In addition to the tales,... More > some of which include songs presented in both Matengo and English, there are commentaries on each tale and a concluding essay on the folktale. Accessible to the ordinary reader, this book is also used in college courses.< Less
Kilimanjaro: Hakuna Matata By Christopher Baker
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At a height of 5,895 m above sea level, Mt. Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain, and the highest mountain on Earth it is possible to climb with no technical mountaineering experience. It... More > is this accessibility that makes Kilimanjaro such an attractive destination, with 25,000 people attempting the climb every year; it is also what attracts people with absolutely no experience of climbing or high altitudes: people like Chris Baker. Join Chris as he learns exactly what it takes to climb one of the world’s highest mountains; it is a journey that will push him to his limits as he battles against exhaustion and altitude sickness. After plunging him into the culture shock of Tanzanian life, it will whisk him from the equatorial rainforests of Africa to a world that he never knew existed, a world of unimaginable beauty and outright hostility. He will watch as his expedition comes perilously close to disaster, lose the sight in one of his eyes and lick a glacier. But will he make it to the summit?< Less
Kilimanjaro: Hakuna Matata By Christopher Baker
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At a height of 5,895 m above sea level, Mt. Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain, and the highest mountain on Earth it is possible to climb with no technical mountaineering experience. It... More > is this accessibility that makes Kilimanjaro such an attractive destination, with 25,000 people attempting the climb every year; it is also what attracts people with absolutely no experience of climbing or high altitudes: people like Chris Baker. Join Chris as he learns exactly what it takes to climb one of the world’s highest mountains; it is a journey that will push him to his limits as he battles against exhaustion and altitude sickness. After plunging him into the culture shock of Tanzanian life, it will whisk him from the equatorial rainforests of Africa to a world that he never knew existed, a world of unimaginable beauty and outright hostility. He will watch as his expedition comes perilously close to disaster, lose the sight in one of his eyes and lick a glacier. But will he make it to the summit?< Less