Imagining Serengeti: A History of Landscape Memory in Tanzania from Earliest Time to the Present

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Long before the creation of the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, the people of the western Serengeti had established settlements and interacted with the environment in ways that created a landscape we now misconstrue as natural. Western Serengeti peoples imagine the environment not as a pristine wilderness, but as a differentiated social landscape that embodies their history and identity. Conservationist literature has ignored these now-displaced peoples and relegated them to the margins of modern society. Their oral ...

Imagining Serengeti: A History of Landscape Memory in Tanzania from Earliest Time to the Present 2007, Ohio University Press

ISBN-13: 9780821417508

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Imagining Serengeti: A History of Landscape Memory in Tanzania from Earliest Time to the Present 2007, Ohio University Press

ISBN-13: 9780821417492

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