Blood, Milk, and Death: Body Symbols and the Power of Regeneration among the Zaramo of Tanzania

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Selected Bibliography

PUBLICATIONS BY LLOYD W. SWANTZ AND
MARJA-LIISA SWANTZ

Swantz Lloyd W. "The Zaramo of Dar es Salaam: A Study of Continuity and Change", Tanganyika Notes and Records, 1965, No. 71, 154-164.

------. The Zaramo of Tanzania. Nordic Tanganyika Project. Dar es Salaam, 1966.

------. Inter-Communication Between the Urban and Rural Zaramo in Dar es Salaam Area. University College, Department of Sociology, Dar es Salaam, 1969.

------. The Medicine Man Among the Zaramo in Dar es Salaam. Scandinavian Institute of African Studies and Dar es Salaam University Press, Uppsala and Dar es Salaam, 1990 ( 1974).

------. "The Role of the Medicine Man Among the Zaramo of Dar es Salaam". Ph.D. diss., University of Dar es Salaam, 1972.

Swantz Marja-Liisa. "Ritual and Myth in Transitional Zaramo Society". Temenos: Studies in Comparative Religion, 8/ 1972.

------. "Interaction of Islam and the African Society on the East African Coast." Temenos: Studies in Comparative Religion, 12/ 1976.

------. "Methodological Notes on Cultural Research Amidst Planned Development: A Case Study on Spirit Possession". Temenos: Studies in Comparative Religion, 13/ 1977.

------. "Dynamics of the Spirit Possession Phenomena in Eastern Tanzania". In Dynamics and Institution. Scripta Instituti Donneri Aboensis No. 9, Stockholm, 1977: 90-101.

------. "Community and Healing Among the Zaramo in Tanzania", Social Science and Medicine, 13D:3; 1979:169-173.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Glossary 139
  • References 143
  • Selected Bibliography 145
  • Index 155
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