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Contents

List of Illustrations
List of Maps and Figures
Preface

Introduction

Part I: Heritage-Making, Branding, and Globalization

Chapter 1. Bagamoyo: A History of Practices, Principles, and Partnership in Heritage-Making
Chapter 2. Heritage-Making: The 2002 International Conference
Chapter 3. Fractures in the Image of Bagamoyo: Despair or Joy?
Chapter 4. World Heritage and Globalization: The Bagamoyo Case

Part II: Commerce, Competition, and Consumerism: Bagamoyo and the Caravan Trade

Chapter 5. Entrepreneurs and Explorers from the Heart of Africa
Chapter 6. Pawned, Preyed Upon, Purchased, or Punished: Slaves and Slavery in Nineteenth-Century East Africa
Chapter 7. Conflicts and Clashes in the Competition over the Caravan Trade on the Central Routes
Chapter 8. Bagamoyo and the Caravan Trade: The Entrance to the Heart of Africa
Chapter 9. Old Bagamoyo
Chapter 10. Fluid Identities: Politics of Identity in Multicultural Bagamoyo
Chapter 11. Conspicuous Competitive Consumption and Communication by Means of Cloth
Chapter 12. Intruders and Terminators: The End of the Story

Epilogue
Glossary
References
Index

Muted Memories

Heritage-Making, Bagamoyo, and the East African Caravan Trade

Jan Lindström

442 pages, 17 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-172-7 Hb Published (August 2019)

eISBN 978-1-78920-173-4 eBook