Islam in Africa

The book discusses Everyday life and practices in the Islamic sub-culture of Sudan; Islam in South Africa; Islamic associations and the Islamist press in Senegal; Conversion to Islam in 19th century Tanzania; Islam, charismatic preachers in colonial Casamance; German colonial policies towards Muslim...

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Other Authors: Bierschenk, Thomas 1951-; Stauth, Georg 1942-
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Münster Hamburg London Lit 2002
In:Yearbook of the sociology of Islam
Volumes / Articles:Show volumes/articles.
Series/Journal:Yearbook of the sociology of Islam 4
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Africa / Islam / Social change
B Africa / Islam / History 1850-2000
Further subjects:B Collection of essays
B Afrika südlich der Sahara / Islam / Muslime / Islamization / Social change / Politischer Islam / Religiöse Kultur / Religiöser Fundamentalismus / Gesellschaftliche Prozesse / Soziopolitischer Wandel
B Islam / Africa
B Sudan / Frauen / Senegal / Religiöse Vereinigung / Südafrikanische Republik / politische Bewegung/Gesellschaftliche / Übergang zwischen politischen Systemen / Mali / Education / Quran school / Benin / University education / Elite / Cameroon / Fulbe (Volk) / German East Africa / Tanzania / Kolonialzeit / Kolonialpolitik / Germany
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Summary:The book discusses Everyday life and practices in the Islamic sub-culture of Sudan; Islam in South Africa; Islamic associations and the Islamist press in Senegal; Conversion to Islam in 19th century Tanzania; Islam, charismatic preachers in colonial Casamance; German colonial policies towards Muslim communities in German East Africa; The spread of Islam in Adamawa; Islamic higher education in West Africa; The graduates of the Islamic Universities in Benin.
Item Description:Literaturangaben.
ISBN:3825861961