Rangi people

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The Rangi are an ethnic and linguistic group based in the Dodoma Region of central Tanzania. In 1999 the Rangi population was estimated to number 350,000 [1].

The Rangi call their language Kilaangi, though it is more commonly known as Rangi or Kirangi.

References[edit]

  • Fosbrooke, H.A. 1958 “Blessing the Year: a Wasi/Rangi Ceremony”, Tanganyika Notes and Records 50, 21-2
  • Fosbrooke, H.A. 1958 “A Rangi Circumcision Ceremony: Blessing a New Grove”, Tanganyika Notes and Records 50, 30-36
  • Gray, R.F. 1953 “Notes on Irangi Houses”, Tanganyika Notes and Records 35, 45-52
  • Kesby, J. 1981 “The Rangi of Tanzania: An introduction to their culture”, HRAF: Yale
  • Kesby, J. 1982 “Progress and the past among the Rangi of Tanzania”, HRAF: Yale
  • Kesby, J. 1986 “Rangi natural history: The taxonomic procedures of an African people”, HRAF: Yale
  • Maingu, Yovin & Brunhilde Bossow, 2006 "Mazingira ya Warangi na Wajerumani wa Kale", Published by Heimat- und Kulturverein Gellersen (Society for History and Culture of the Gellersen villages, Germany)
  • Masare, A.J. 1970 “Utani Relationships: The Rangi”, unpublished manuscript, Dar es Salaam
  • Mung’ong’o, Claude G. 1995 “Social Processes and Ecology in the Kondoa Irangi Hills, Central Tanzania”, Stockholm University, Dept. of Human Geography, Meddlanden Series B 93
  • Östberg, W. 1979 “The Kondoa Transformation”, research report no. 76, SIAS: Uppsala