By Helge Kjekshus
Helge Kjekshus's new creation to his publication placeshis paintings in the context of the turning out to be debate on ecology and monetary improvement in East African heritage. North the US: Ohio U Press
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This stagnation must of course be seen in the context of the country's accelerating economic hardships throughout the 1980s. Negative consequences soon followed for state-supported institutions like the University of Dar es Salaam. This made it extremely difficult to maintain a high level of academic research. Scarcity of printing facilities also caused delays and postponed publications. Important initiatives therefore seem to have slipped away from Dar es Salaam, at least temporarily, to external research communities that are funded, equipped and motivated to explore issues challenging to their disciplines.
He traces the historians' move beyond the 'bourgeois limitations' of the 1960s into a post-nationalist phase to prepare intellectual craftsmen to interpret the past from the standpoint of workers and peasants. Slater describes a politicized research community that is conscious of its responsibilities as knowledge producers in the ongoing struggle with world economic forces. He insists that a great deal of important methodological refinement took place in this period as well as theoretical work on class formations at the periphery.
Along with a steady growth of research outputs there have been imaginative searches for new and better methodologies, stimulating cross-breedings to other fields of knowledge and academic disciplines and between narrow foci of research and larger paradigms. In the current multiplicity of approaches the environmental concerns have clearly become strengthened. The reason for this lies in a number of developments way outside of the historians' own making. Important world events like the first United Nations' conference on the environment in Stockholm in 1972, the creation in the same year of the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), which set up headquarters in Nairobi, and the World Commission on Environment and Development Report (Brundtland Commission Report) (1987) have all made significant impacts in favour of ecological awareness and concern.
Ecology control & economic development in East African history: the case of Tanganyika 1850-1950 by Helge Kjekshus