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African agrarian systems

International African Seminar 2nd Leopoldville, Congo 1960.

African agrarian systems

studies presented and discussed at the second International African Seminar, Lovanium University, Leopoldville, January 1960

by International African Seminar 2nd Leopoldville, Congo 1960.

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Published by Published for the International African Institute by the Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Land tenure -- Africa, Sub-Saharan

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited with an introduction by Daniel Biebuyck ; foreword by Daryll Forde.
    ContributionsBiebuyck, Daniel P., 1925-, International African Institute
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 407 p. :
    Number of Pages407
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17087245M

    Scholars of African American history, agricultural history, and urban history will find much value in this book.”--Journal of Southern History “Freedom Farmers: Agricultural Resistance and the Black Freedom Movement stands literally as a landmark, ushering in a new era of community-based scholarship with and for agrarian justice. From here.   5 See Colin, Bundy, The Rise and Fall of the South African Peasantry (London, ). A comprehensive examination of the literature on African agrarian response is found in Sara, Berry, ‘ The food crisis and agrarian change in Africa: a review essay ’, African Studies Review, XXVII (), 67 – 70, 85 – by: 4.

    The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, during its Center for African Studies spring symposium, considered the topic of land in African agrarian systems. The resulting volume, Land in African Agrarian Systems, includes an introduction and thirteen papers analyzing African land tenure in the s and s. Below I give readers someAuthor: Stephen P. Reyna. questions with regard to agrarian transformation in the subregion. In this paper, Archie Mafeje argues that most of these were lost in the welter of Eurocentric theories and universalizing tendencies. Yet a careful study of African agrarian systems shows that there is more than oneFile Size: KB.

    The focus of the book was predominantly dryland agricultural systems in which resource-constrained smallholder farmers operate. The results from different cases highlighted in the book give a strong indication that climate change is already having significant impacts on agricultural systems in SSA, especially smallholder crop and pastoral. The Sam Moyo African Institute for Agrarian Studies (SMAIAS) is an independent policy research institution committed to the development of agrarian systems. 19 Bodle Avenue, Eastlea, Harare + / ; [email protected]


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d) shifting cultivation. Human development in which resource use aims to meet human needs while ensuring the sustainability of natural systems and the environment. Swynnerton; African Agrarian Systems, African Affairs, Vol Issue1 AprilPages –, Land Tenure in African Agrarian Systems argues that proposals for sweeping changes in African agricultural land tenure are misconceived.

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Land in African Agrarian Systems. This book critically analyses the theoretical principles that underpin land registration systems in order to provide more insights as to why land registration. 8 African agricultural development paths over the last 30 years Contrary to popular belief, agricultural production in Africa has increased steadily: File Size: 3MB.

"Land in African Agrarian Systems" argues that proposals for sweeping changes in African agricultural land tenure are misconceived.

Colonial administrators, African elites, and foreign aid donors have historically viewed the variety of indigenous landholding systems as obstacles to increased agricultural production and to economic progress in general, believing that only.

The book provides a valuable resource for researchers, development actors, students and policy makers in agricultural systems and economics and in international development. It highlights and addresses key challenges and opportunities that exist for sustainable agricultural intensification in the humid highlands of sub-Saharan Africa.

Book: African agrarian systems. pp pp. Abstract: The first part of this book consists of an introduction by D. Biebuyck; the second part gives the papers (in English and French) by many authors, presented at a meeting organized by the International African Institute and held at Lovanium University, Léopoldville, in Jan., Cited by: the aggregate of historically determined production relations in agriculture related to the system of land ownership and land tenure.

An agrarian system is inherent in every socioeconomic structure. As new production relations develop in an old society, it becomes necessary to break with the old agrarian system. This book argues that proposals for sweeping changes in African agricultural land tenure are misconceived.

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African Law Allot, A. (). Theoretical and Practical Limitations to Registration of Title in Tropical Africa. Seminar on problems of land tenure in African development. Afrika-Studiesentrum, Lieden: Andersson, Sune (). Cadastre as a Base for Land Information Systems. International.The basis for a prevailing agrarian system may be derived from one of a number of major types, including agrarian social structure, for example, tribal or ethnic divisions, feudal classes or family based systems.

Farming methods such as migratory herding of livestock are a common framework for which an agrarian system may evolve.

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