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    • Does private schooling narrow wealth inequalities in learning outcomes? Evidence from East Africa 

      Alcott, Benjamin; Rose, Pauline (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      In many low- and lower-middle-income countries, private schools are often considered to offer better quality of education than government schools. Yet, there is a lack of evidence to date on their role in reducing inequalities: ...
    • Embodied Energy of Fired Bricks: The Case of Uganda and Tanzania 

      Hashemi, Arman; Cruickshank, Heather (Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, 2015-07-30)
      This paper evaluates the embodied energy of fired/burned bricks as one of the major construction materials in East African countries. Production processes of bricks by artisans, and small- and medium-scale manufacturers ...
    • Interview of Jean La Fontaine 

      La Fontaine, Jean (2004-06-18)
      An interview of Jean La Fontaine, conducted by Jack Goody. She tells of her colonial background, her education in anthropology in Cambride. then she describes her work among the gisu of East Africa and the influence of ...
    • Interview with John Beattie 

      Beattie, John (2004-06-16)
      John Beattie talks of how he came to be an anthropologist, why he came to work in East Africa. The influence of Audrey Richards, Evans-Pritchard and others is described.
    • Interview with Philip Gulliver 

      Gulliver, Philip (2004-06-29)
      His life and work in anthropology, first in Africa (East) and later in Ireland. the influence of various major figures including Fith, Nadel, Leach and Audrey Richards.