List of maps; Preface; 1. Global Christianity and the structure of power; 2. Colonial conquest and the consolidation of marginality; 3, Evangelisation in Ulanga; 4. The persistence of mission; 5. Popular Christianity; 6. Kinship and the creation of relationship; 7. Engendering power; 8. Women's work; 9. Witchcraft suppression practices and movements; 10. Matters of substance; Notes; List of references; Index.
This book discusses in a historical context how Christianity has been adopted in Southern Tanzania.
MAIA GREEN is Lecturer in Social Anthropology at the University of Manchester
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