Includes bibliographical references (p. 259-266) and index.
|Statement||Richard J. Reid.|
|Series||Eastern African studies|
|LC Classifications||JQ2951.A99 B847 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 274 p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
|ISBN 10||0821414771, 082141478X, 0852554516, 0852554508|
|LC Control Number||2002074343|
elite politics continued to dominate Ganda historiography. Despite its somewhat misleading title, Richard Reid's Political Power in Pre-Colonial Buganda seeks to both balance and build upon politically oriented analyses of precolonial Ganda history by "examin[ing] the material basis of Ganda political power. Political power in pre-colonial Buganda: economy, society & welfare in the nineteenth century. [Richard J Reid] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Reid's new book on the material and military bases of political power in nineteenth century Buganda - especially post - is a welcome, ambitious and innovative break. The pre-colonial African kingdom of Buganda was situated on the northern shore of Lake Victoria. Reid argues that the political history of the state needs to be read in new light given his examination of social, economic, and military developments as the material basis for political power. the older political scholarship to the point where the need for a new synthesis becomes acute, but ultimately not realized. Reid's book, Political Pow‐ er in Pre-Colonial Buganda, is a welcome harbin‐ ger that a new generation of scholars, who are ready to begin a serious debate about politics in pre-colonial Buganda and ultimately challenge.
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