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The Karimjee Jivanjee Family: Merchant Princes of East Africa 1800-2000 ePub download

by Gijsbert Oonk

  • Author: Gijsbert Oonk
  • ISBN: 9085550270
  • ISBN13: 978-9085550273
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  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Amsterdam University Press; Har/Chrt edition (July 15, 2010)
  • Pages: 172
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The Karimjee Jivanjee Family: Merchant Princes of East Africa 1800-2000 ePub download

Combining family and political history with cultural anthropology, this beautifully designed and illustrated volume is a monument to cultural roots and family tenacity.

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Gijsbert Oonk, The Karimjee Jivanjee Family: Merchant Princes of East Africa 1800–2000. Pallas Publishing, 2009. Gijsbert Oonk, The Karimjee Jivanjee Family: Merchant Princes of East Africa 1800–2000.

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He also published a biography of the South Asian business family, Karimjee Jivanjee, The Karimjee Jivanjee family: Merchant princes of East Africa, 1800-2000 (Amsterdam 2009)

He also published a biography of the South Asian business family, Karimjee Jivanjee, The Karimjee Jivanjee family: Merchant princes of East Africa, 1800-2000 (Amsterdam 2009). He received his PhD in non-Western history at Erasmus University Rotterdam in 1998: Ondernemers in Ontwikkeling. Fabrieken en fabrikanten in de Indiase katoenindustrie, 1850-1930, (Entrepreneurs in Development.

Here Gijsbert Oonk draws from a variety of sources as well as interviews with the family and associates to offer a comprehensive biography of the Karimjee Jivanjee family, tracing their rise from nineteenth-century immigrant traders to today’s political and business leaders

Here Gijsbert Oonk draws from a variety of sources as well as interviews with the family and associates to offer a comprehensive biography of the Karimjee Jivanjee family, tracing their rise from nineteenth-century immigrant traders to today’s political and business leaders. Combining family and political history with cultural anthropology, this beautifully designed and illustrated volume is a monument to cultural roots and family tenacity. Amsterdam University Press.

The Karimjee Jivanjee Family: Merchant Princes of East Africa, 1800-2000. The Karimjee Jivamjee family; A case for a diasporic family firm. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Zed Books. Amsterdam: Pallas Publications, Amsterdam University Press. In U. Röschenthaler & A. Jedlowski (Ed., Mobility Between Africa, Asia and Latin America: Economic Networks and Cultural Interactions Zed Books 2017, 49-71 (pp. 49-71). Settled Strangers in East Africa: Triple Heritage and Cultural Change among Asian Africans.

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Home History & Humanities History History: theory & methods The Karimjee Jivanjee Family: Merchant Princes of East Africa 1800-2000. The Karimjee Jivanjee Family: Merchant Princes of East Africa 1800-2000. By: Gijsbert Oonk (Author), Hatim A. (FRW) Karimjee (Author) Publisher: Amsterdam Univ Pr Released: 15 Jul 2010. Safe & Secure Shopping. BestsellersView More.

The Karimjee family has played a major role in shaping the political and economic history of East Africa for over two hundred years. Here Gijsbert Oonk draws from a variety of sources as well as interviews with the family and associates to offer a comprehensive biography of the Karimjee Jivanjee family, tracing their rise from nineteenth-century immigrant traders to today’s political and business leaders. Combining family and political history with cultural anthropology, this beautifully designed and illustrated volume is a monument to cultural roots and family tenacity.

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