Some Aspects Of Islam In Africa

Author: ʻUthmān Sayyid Aḥmad Ismāʻīl Bīlī
Publisher: ISBS
ISBN: 9780863723193
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Some Aspects Of Islam In Africa from the Author: ʻUthmān Sayyid Aḥmad Ismāʻīl Bīlī. Some Aspects of Islam in Africa is part of an effort to establish an independent and indigenous school of African history that sees history through African eyes. It is presented in such a way as to include internal written and oral traditions, without sacrificing the truth or academic integrity. Topics covered include: The historiographical tradition of African Islam â?? As-Sudan and Bilad as-Sudan in early and medieval Arabic writing â?? Primary literary sources for the modern period of Sudanese history, 1898-1956 â?? The growth and impact of Islam on Africa â?? The literature of Dan Fodio's Jihad and the Sokoto Caliphate of Northern Nigeria, 1804-1903 â?? Muhammad Bello and the tradition of manuals of Islamic government and advice to rulers â?? Future directions for Africa

The Legacy Of Arab Islam In Africa

Author: John Alembillah Azumah
Publisher: Oneworld Publications
ISBN: 1780746857
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The Legacy Of Arab Islam In Africa from the Author: John Alembillah Azumah. This new book reassess the presence of Islam in Africa.

Themes In West Africa S History

Author: Emmanuel Kwaku Akyeampong
Publisher: Ohio University Press
ISBN: 0821445669
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Themes In West Africa S History from the Author: Emmanuel Kwaku Akyeampong. There has long been a need for a new textbook on West Africa’s history. In Themes in West Africa’s History, editor Emmanuel Kwaku Akyeampong and his contributors meet this need, examining key themes in West Africa's prehistory to the present through the lenses of their different disciplines. The contents of the book comprise an introduction and thirteen chapters divided into three parts. Each chapter provides an overview of existing literature on major topics, as well as a short list of recommended reading, and breaks new ground through the incorporation of original research. The first part of the book examines paths to a West African past, including perspectives from archaeology, ecology and culture, linguistics, and oral traditions. Part two probes environment, society, and agency and historical change through essays on the slave trade, social inequality, religious interaction, poverty, disease, and urbanization. Part three sheds light on contemporary West Africa in exploring how economic and political developments have shaped religious expression and identity in significant ways. Themes in West Africa’s History represents a range of intellectual views and interpretations from leading scholars on West Africa’s history. It will appeal to college undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars in the way it draws on different disciplines and expertise to bring together key themes in West Africa's history, from prehistory to the present.

How Africa Shaped The Christian Mind

Author: Thomas C. Oden
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830837051
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How Africa Shaped The Christian Mind from the Author: Thomas C. Oden. Thomas C. Oden surveys the decisive role of African Christians and theologians in shaping the doctrines and practices of the church of the first five centuries, and makes an impassioned plea for the rediscovery of that heritage. Christians throughout the world will benefit from this reclaiming of an important heritage.

Africa And The Expansion Of International Society

Author: John Anthony Pella, Jr
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317653068
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Africa And The Expansion Of International Society from the Author: John Anthony Pella, Jr. This book explores the West-Central African role in, and experience during, the expansion of international society. Building upon theoretical contributions from the English School of international relations, historical sociology and sociology, it departs from Euro-centric assumptions by analysing how West-Central Africa and West-Central Africans were integral to the ways in which Europe and Africa came together from the fifteenth century through to the twentieth. Initially, diverse scholarship concerned with the expansion of international society is examined, revealing how the process has often been understood as one dictated by Europeans. From there a new approach is developed, one which is better able to examine the expansion as an interactive process between individuals, and which puts the African experience at the heart of study. The empirical research that follows this draws upon primary sources to introduce a number of historically significant and ground-breaking cases into international relations, including; the international relations of West-Central Africa before the European arrival, the emergence and growth of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, the attempts to ‘civilize’ Africa, and the ‘scramble’ to colonize Africa. This book argues that the expansion of international society was driven by individual interaction, and was shaped by both Africans and Europeans. This book will be of interest to students and scholars of international relations, international relations theory, history, African politics, the English school and constructivism. Author John Anthony Pella introduces his book African and the Expansion of International Society: Surrendering the Savannah

Slaves And Slavery In Africa

Author: John Ralph Willis
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317792149
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Slaves And Slavery In Africa from the Author: John Ralph Willis. First published in 1986. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Islam In Tropical Africa

Author: I. M. Lewis
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315311399
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Islam In Tropical Africa from the Author: I. M. Lewis. First published in 1980, this second edition of Islam in Tropical Africa presents specialist studies of the history and sociology of Muslim communities in Africa south of the Sahara. The studies cover an extensive and range of time and place, and include consideration of particular aspects of Muslim belief and practice in regions such as Senegal and Somalia. The second edition includes an updated introduction which draws attention to the ways in which differently organized traditional cultures and social systems had reacted and adapted to Muslim influence in the field of politics, law and ritual in the second half of the twentieth century. This book will be of interest to those studying Islam, African studies and ethnography.

Islam In West Africa

Author: Nehemia Levtzion
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315295431
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Islam In West Africa from the Author: Nehemia Levtzion. First published in 1994, this volume brings together essays from the celebrated scholar of African history, Nehemia Levtzion. The articles cover a wide range of themes including Islamization, Islam in politics, Islamic revolutions and the work of the historian in studying this field. This collection is a rich source of supplementary material to Professor Levtzion’s major publications on Islam in West Africa. This book will be of key interest to those studying Islamic and West African history.