The Kaguru: A Matrilineal People of East Africa

The Kaguru: A Matrilineal People of East Africa

English | 1971 | ISBN: 0030767652 | 128 Pages | PDF | 47.9 MB

This study presents a society from two perspectives in time. It describes Kaguru society as it existed during the colonial period of the 1960s, while also providing a sketch of some of the features of Kaguru society at an earlier period. The author describes and interprets the broader features of Kaguru life, land, livelihood, cosmology, clans, marriage, neighborhoods, life course, and the impact of the Christian mission. In so doing, he insightfully depicts the social behavior of the Kaguru, placing it within the framework of society as a whole.


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