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Sacred Trees, Bitter Harvests

Brad Weiss

SeriesThis product is part of the series: The Social History of Africa Series

ISBN 978-0-325-07097-1 / 0-325-07097-0 / 2003 / 216pp / Paperback
Imprint: Heinemann
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Grade Level: Other - Other
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Weiss explores the dynamic relation of specific local, regional, and global understandings of value as manifested in the coffee of rural Haya communities. His investigation offers critical insight into the significance of colonial and postcolonial encounters in this region of Africa.

The Sacred Life of Plants: Placing Royal Growth
Coffee, Cowries, and Currencies: Transforming Material Wealth
A Religion of the Rupee: Imagining the Coffee Market
Wood, Land, and Water: A Colonial Arboretum
"A Wild Orchard Crop": Contentions in Agricultural Innovation
Extraordinary Measures: The Techniques of Modernity

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