Michael Jennings
Michael Jennings
Reader in International Development, Dept of Development Studies, SOAS, University of London
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Dialectical images
M Jennings
Dialectical Images, 1987
3551987
Development, civil society and faith-based organizations: Bridging the sacred and the secular
G Clarke, M Jennings, T Shaw
Springer, 2007
3242007
Surrogates of the state: NGOs, development, and Ujamaa in Tanzania
M Jennings
Kumarian Press, 2008
1282008
The charitable impulse: NGOs and development in East and North-East Africa
O Barrow, M Jennings
James Currey, 2001
712001
The charitable impulse: NGOs and development in East and North-East Africa
O Barrow, M Jennings
James Currey, 2001
712001
'We must run while others walk': popular participation and development crisis in Tanzania, 1961-9
M Jennings
Journal of Modern African Studies, 163-187, 2003
632003
‘Almost an Oxfam in itself’: Oxfam, Ujamaa and development in Tanzania
M Jennings
African Affairs 101 (405), 509-530, 2002
622002
Introduction: The emperor's new clothes? Continuities in governance in late colonial and early postcolonial East Africa
A Burton, M Jennings
The International Journal of African Historical Studies 40 (1), 1-25, 2007
592007
" A Very Real War": Popular Participation in Development in Tanzania During the 1950s & 1960s
M Jennings
The International journal of African historical studies 40 (1), 71-95, 2007
532007
'Healing of bodies, salvation of souls': missionary medicine in colonial Tanganyika, 1870s-1939
M Jennings
Journal of Religion in Africa 38 (1), 27-56, 2008
422008
Chinese medicine and medical pluralism in Dar es Salaam: globalisation or glocalisation?
M Jennings
International Relations 19 (4), 457-473, 2005
242005
Conclusion: Faith and Development—of Ethno-separatism, Multiculturalism and Religious Partitioning?
M Jennings, G Clarke
Development, civil society and faith-based organizations, 260-274, 2008
192008
The spirit of brotherhood: Christianity and Ujamaa in Tanzania
M Jennings
Development, Civil Society and Faith-Based Organizations, 94-116, 2008
172008
‘A Matter of Vital Importance’: The Place of the Medical Mission in Maternal and Child Healthcare in Tanganyika, 1919–39
M Jennings
Healing Bodies, Saving Souls, 227-250, 2006
172006
‘A Matter of Vital Importance’: The Place of the Medical Mission in Maternal and Child Healthcare in Tanganyika, 1919–39
M Jennings
Healing Bodies, Saving Souls, 227-250, 2006
172006
‘Do not turn away a poor man’*: faith-based organizations and development
M Jennings
Handbook of research on development and Religion, 2013
142013
Building better people: modernity and utopia in late colonial Tanganyika
M Jennings
Journal of Eastern African Studies 3 (1), 94-111, 2009
132009
‘This Mysterious and Intangible Enemy’: Health and Disease Amongst the Early UMCA Missionaries, 1860–1918
M Jennings
Social history of medicine 15 (1), 65-87, 2002
122002
The precariousness of the franchise state: voluntary sector health services and international NGOs in Tanzania, 1960s–mid-1980s
M Jennings
Social Science & Medicine 141, 1-8, 2015
112015
Using archives
M Jennings
Doing development research, 241-250, 2006
102006
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