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Barabaig: Life, Love and Death on Tanzania’s Hanang Plains

Dr Charles Lane’s breathtaking book, Barabaig: Life, Love and Death on Tanzania’s Hanang Plains, recounts the years he spent living with this deeply misunderstood and much maligned people. Not only is Dr Lane’s work on the Barabaig the most comprehensive ever written, he also took the stunning photography that appears in its pages. This was showcased brilliantly in this extract in The Weekend Australian Magazine last Saturday, where you can find out more about this intriguing community and its rapidly disappearing way of life in the story.

Alternatively, here’s a wonderful review in Daily Review.

The book will be launched at Brightspace Gallery in Melbourne’s St Kilda on 19 September, with photographs on show for a month.

 

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