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How is art and art education relevant for the construction of a Tanzanian national cultural identity within the context of a hegemonic globalism? Open Access
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Art, art education and identity in Tanzania.
Education and state--Tanzania.
Art--Study and teaching--Tanzania.
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University of Alberta
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Mwenesi, Leonard C.
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