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Chisungu: a girls initiation ceremony among the Bemba of Northern Rhodesia

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      • Microfiche. New Haven, Conn., Human Relations Area Files [1973?]

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        PublishersFaber and Faber
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        LC Classifications1973
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 133 p. :
        Number of Pages62
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        ISBN 10nodata
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: Human Relations Area Files, 1997. In this article, I employ Bemba people to include the following communities: Bemba, Chishinga, Tabwa, Ushi, Mukulo,! Even before the Europeans came various royal clans established kingdoms and introduced central governments but this did not change the practice of local clan democracy in the villages wich began about 1000 C.

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Immediately thereafter, the initiated girl was expected to get married—hence in traditional communities, imbusa was part of icisungu. 18 These symbols are still used in their literal sense and they empower women to take charge of their sexuality. However, chitemene has not disappeared and still is an important part of Bemba survival strategies. This file consists of 28 documents with a time range from 1200 to 1991.

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Chiefs are drawn from the royal matrilineal Crocodile Clan, and this has contributed to greater centralization than is found among the neighboring groups. Hairstyling among women is still popular. 10 For detailed explanations on Bemba deities, core beliefs and customs see the forthcoming article by Mutale Kaunda and Chammah Kaunda in the Journal of Southern African Studies.