Dr Antonio Allegretti
Antonio’s primary interests are the transformations underway in rural Africa, particularly Tanzania, the multi-faceted consequences of intersecting social, cultural and economic spheres between the local and the global, and the policy-related aspects of rural development and livelihoods in Sub-Saharan Africa.
- Allegretti A & Greene S (2022) Water sector reform, climate change and climate-resilient planning in central Tanzania. IIED Working Paper, London.
- Allegretti A (2022) Policy and practice in rural Tanzania. Grazing, fishing, farming at the local-global interface. White Horse Press; Winwick, Cambridgeshire.
- Allegretti A (2019) “We are here to make money”: New terrains of identity and community in small-scale fisheries in Lake Victoria, Tanzania. Journal of Rural Studies 70: 49-57.
- Allegretti A (2018) Respatializing culture, recasting gender in peri-urban sub-Saharan Africa: Maasai ethnicity and the ‘cash economy’ at the rural-urban interface, Tanzania. Journal of Rural Studies 60: 122-129.
- Allegretti A (2017) ‘Being Maasai’ in markets and trade: the role of ethnicity-based institutions in the livestock market of Northern Tanzania. Nomadic Peoples 21(1): 63-86.
- Msangi A, Rutabingwa J, Kaiza V and Allegretti A (2014) Community and government: planning together for climate resilient growth. Issues and opportunities from Longido, Monduli and Ngorongoro districts, Northern Tanzania. IIED Working Paper, London.