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ISLAM EN AFRIQUE (1995)

par J.M. Gaudeul


1. ABUN-NASR J.M. (ed.) Muslime in Nigeria, Religion und Gesellschaft im politischen Wandelseit den 50en Jahren, (Munster-Hamburg, Lit Veriag, Beiträge zur Afrikaforschung, Universität Bayreuth, Band 4, 1965, 255 p.)

2. AFEADIE P.A. "Adamu Jakada's Intelligence Reports. 1899-1901", in: Sudanic Africa, vol. 5, 1994, pp. 185-223.

3. AL-KARSANI A.S. "Beyond Sufism : The Case of Millennial Islam in Sudan", in: Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 135-153.

4. AL-QADDAL M.S. Al-Imam al-Mahdî: Muhammad Ahmad b. `Abd Allah (1844-1885), (Beyrouth, Dar al-Jill, 1992. [Réimp. de la 1ère éd., University of Khartoum Press, 1985.)

5. ANDRZEJEWSKI B.W. & LEWIS I.M. "New Arabic Documents from Somalia", in: Sudanic Africa, vol. 5, 1994, pp. 39-56.

6. ARDITI C. "Le commerce, l'islam et l'Etat au Tchad (1900-1990)", in: L'identité tchadienne: l'héritage des peuples et les apports extérieurs, by J. TUBIANA, C. ARDITI & C. PAIRAULT, (Paris, L'Harmattan, 1994, 410 p.)

7. BAHARI Bulletin de liaison de la Section islamo-bantu, (Libreville, CICIBA, 5, 1993, 44 p.)

8. BALDA J.L. "The Role of Kiswahili in East African Islam", in: Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 226-238.

9. BARKINDO B.M. "Growing Islamism in Kano City since 1970: Causes, Forms and Implication", in: Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 91-105.

10. BLEUCHOT H. "Les cultures contre l'Homme? Essai d'anthropologie historique du droit pénal soudanais", (Aix-en-Provence, Presses universitaires d'Aix-Marseille, faculté de droit et de sciences politiques, 1994.)

11. BOBBOYI H. "Relations of the Borno 'Ulamâ' with the Sayfawa Rulers The Role of the Mahrams", in: Sudanic Africa, 4, 1993, pp. 175-204.

12. BOBBOYI H. The Ulama of Borno - a Study of the Relations between Scholars and the State under the Sayfawa, 1470-1808, (Ph. D., Evanston, Northwestern University, 1992).

13. BOUTRAIS J. (éd.) Peuples et cultures de l'Adamoua (Cameroun), (Actes du colloque de Ngaoundéré, 14-16 janvier 1992, Paris, Orstom-NgaoundéréAnthropos, 316 p.)

14. BRENNER L. "Constructing Muslim Identities in Mali", in : Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 59-78.

15. BURNRAM P. & LAST M. "From Pastoralist to Politician : The Problem of a Fulbe "Aristocracy"", in: Cahiers d'études africaines, 133-135, 34(1-3), 1994, pp. 313-357

16. CAHIERS D'ETUDES AFRICAINES L'archipel peul, 133-135, 34(1-3), 1994, 527 p.

17. CLARKE P.B. Mahdism in West Africa. The Ijebu Mahdiyya Movement, (London, Luzac Oriental, 1995, 224 p.)

18. CONSTANTIN F. "Leadership, Muslim Identities and East African Politics Tradition, Bureaucratization and Communication", in: Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 36-58.

19. COUDRAY H. "Les islams au sud du Sahara. L'exemple du Tchad", in: Etudes, 380, 5, mai 1994, pp. 657-667.

20. DE VERE ALLEN J. Swahili Origins. Swahili Culture and the Shungawa Phenomenon, (Athens, Ohio University Press; London, James Currey, 1992, 288 p.)

21. DIOP M. "Les confréries d'Afrique de l'Ouest" in: Projet, 231, automne 1992, pp. 25-32.

22. FISHER H.J. "Text-Centred Research Fitna as a Case Study and a Way forward for Guests in the House of African Historiography", in: Sudanic Africa, 5, 1994, pp. 225-260.

23. GARCIN J.-C. & al. Etats, sociétés et culture du monde musulman médiéval, X°-XV° siècle, (Paris, Presses universitaires de France, Nouvelle Clio, 1995, 1, CCXI + 467 p.)

24. GLEW R.S. & BABALE C. (trad. et ed.) Hausa Folktales from Niger, (Athens, Ohio University Press, 1995, Monographs in International Studies, Africa Series n0 63, 1993, 146 p.)

25. GOMEZ-PEREZ M. "L'islamisme à Dakar : d'un contrôle social total à une culture du pouvoir", in: Afrika Spektrum, Hamburg, 1, 1994, pp. 79-98.

26. GRÉGOIRE E. "Islam and Identity of Merchants in Maradi (Niger)", in: Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 106-115.

27. GUEUNIER N.J. Les chemins de l'islam à Madagascar, (Paris, L'Harmattan, 1994.)

28. HAMES C. "Le rôle de l'islam dans la société mauritanienne contemporaine", in: Politique africaine, 55, octobre 1994, pp. 48-51.

29. HANSEN H.B. & TWADDLE M. Religion and Politics in East Africa. The Period since Independence, (Athens, Ohio University Press; London, James Currey, 1994, 320 p.)

30. HANSON J.H. "Islam, Migration and the Political Economy of Meaning : Fergo Nioro from the Senegal River Valley, 1862-1890", in: Journal of African History, 35 (1), 1994, pp. 37-60.

31. HARMON S. The Expansion of Islam among the Bambara under the French Rule (1890 to 1940), (Los Angeles, UCLA, 1988).

32. HAROOW K. (ed.), Faces of lslamic Literature, (Porstsmouth and London, Heirmann and James Currey, 1991, 332 p.)

33. HARON M. "The Muslim News (1960-1986). Expression of an Islamic Identity in South Africa", in: Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 210-225.

34. HISKETT M. The Sword of Truth. The Life and Times of the Shehu Usuman dan Fodio, (Evanston, Northwestern University Press, Series in Islam and Society in Africa, 1994, XX+194 p.) [Seconde édition, avec une nouvelle préface.]

35. HOLY L. Religion and Custom in a Muslim society. The Berti of Sudan, (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1991, 239 p.)

36. HUNWICK J.O. "Sufism and the Study of Islam in West Africa The Case of Al-Hâjj `Umar", in: Der Islam, Zeitschrift für Geschichte und Kultur des islamischen Orients, 71 (2), pp. 308-328.

37. HUNWICK J.O. "A Bibliography of Kasar Kano", in: Sudanic Africa, 4, 1993, pp. 131-154.

38. HUNWICK J.O. "Not yet the Kano Chronicle : King-Lists with and without Narrative Elaboration from Nineteenth-Century Kano", in: Sudanic Africa, 4, 1993, pp. 95-130.

39. HUNWICK J.O. "Falkeiana III : The Kitab at-Tarsîl, An Anonymous Manual of Epistolary and Notary Style", in: Sudanic Africa, 5, 1994, pp. 179-184.

40. KANE M. FAGERBERO-DIALLO S. ROBINSON D. "Une vision iconoclaste de la guerre sainte d'al-Hâj 'Umar Taal", in: Cahiers d'études africaines, 133-135, 34 (1-3), 1994, pp. 385-418.

41. KANYA-FORSTNER A.S. "French Missions to the Central Sudan in the 1890s: The Role of Algerian Agents and Interpreters", in: Paideuma, 40, 1994, pp. 15-35.

42. KAPTEIJNS L. & SPAULDING J. "Women of the Zar and Middle-Class Sensibilities in Colonial Aden, 1923-1932", in: Sudanic Africa, 5, 1994, pp. 7-38.

43. KRIGER C. "Textile Production and Gender in the Sokoto Caliphate", in: Journal of African History, 34 (3), 1993, pp. 361-402.

44. KUKAH M.H. Religion, Politics and Power in Northern Nigeria, (Ibadan, Spectrum Books, 1993, Rééd. 1994, 280 p.)

45. LAUNAY R. Beyond the Stream. Islam and Society in a West African Town, (Berkeley, University of California Pres, 1992, 258 p.)

46. LESERVOISIER O. La question foncière en Mauritanie. Terres et pouvoirs dans la région du Gorgol, (Paris, L'Harmattan, 1994, 352 p.)

47. LEVTZION N. Islam in West Africa. Religion, Society and Politics to 1800, (Aldershot (G.B.), Ashgate, 1994, X + 324 p.) [Recueil de communications et d'articles publiés par l'auteur entre 1965 et 1993.]

48. LOIMEIER R. "Religiôs-ôkonomische Netzwerke in Senegal - Das Beispiel der murîdischen Expansion in Dakar", in: Afrika Spektrum, Hamburg, 1, 1994, pp. 99-111.

49. LOIMEIER R. Islamische Erneuerung und politischer Wandel in Nordnigeria. Die Auseinandersetzungen zwischen den Sufi-Bruderschaften und ihren Gegnern seit Ende der 50er Jahre, (Münster-Hamburg, Lit Verlag, Beitràge zur Afrikaforschung, Universität Bayreuth, 1993, 310 p.)

50. LOVEJOY P.E.; MAHADI A. ; MUKHTAR, M.I. "C. L. Temple's "Notes on the History of Kano" [1909] : A Lost Chronicle on Political Office", in: Sudanic Africa, 4, 1993, pp. 7-76.

51. COLL. Mahdisme. Crise et changement dans l'histoire du Maroc. (in: Table-ronde, Marrakech (faculté des lettres et des sciences humaines de Rabat), 11-14/02/1993, coord. A. KADDOURI, Université Mohammed V, Rabat, Publications de la faculté des lettres et des sciences humaines, 1994, 125 p., série Colloques et séminaires n° 35.)

52. MAKRIS G. "Creating History : A Case from the Sudan", in: Sudanic Africa, 5, 1994, pp. 111-148.

53. MCHUGH N. Holymen of the Blue Nile. The Making of an Arab-Islamic Community in the Nilotic Sudan, 1500-1850, (Evanston, Northwestern University Press, Series in Islam and Society in Africa, 1994, XII + 280 p.)

54. MICHEL M. "Pouvoirs religieux et pouvoirs d'Etat dans les troupes noires pendant la Première Guerre mondiale", in: Mélanges Pedroncini, Paris, Economica, 1995, pp. 295-308.

55. MOHAMMED A.R. "The Influence of the Niass Tijaniyya in the Niger Benue Confluence Area of Nigeria", in : Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 116-134.

56. O'FAHEY R.S. (Compiled by) Arabic Literature of Afrika, vol. 1, The Writings of Eastern Sudanic Africa to c. 1900, (Leiden, E. J. Brill, 1994, XV + 434 p.)

57. O'FAREY R.S. "Islamic Hegemonies in the Sudan Sufism Mahdism and Islamism", in: Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 21-35.

58. OULD EL-BARA Y. Al-Fiqh, al-mujtama` wal-sultan. Al-nazar al-ijtima`i al-siyâsî lil-faqîh al-mûrîtânî bayna mashmûl ahl al-qibla wa âsira abnâ' al-qabîla. Fiqh, société et pouvoir. La conception de la société et du pouvoir des théologiens légistes (fuqaha) mauritaniens, (Nouakchott, Institut mauritanien de la recherche scientifique, 1994, 231+8 p.) [Texte arabe et présentation française.]

59. OULD SAAD M. El Mokhtar Harb Shurbubba. Azmat al-qarn 17 fî-l-janûb al-gharbi al-mûrîtânî. La guerre de Shurbubba (ou la crise du XVII° siècle au Sud-Ouest mauritanien), (Nouakchott, Institut mauritanien de la recherche scientifique, s.d. [1993], 195+10 p.)

60. PELIZZARI E. "L'islam popolare in Etiopia il pellegrinaggio di Shaikh Husayn", in: Africa, XLVIII, 3, settembre 1993, pp. 382-395.

61. PETRY C.E. "From Slaves to Benefactors : The Habashîs of Mamlûk Cairo", in: Sudanic Africa, 5, 1994, pp. 57-66.

62. PHILIPS J.E. "Five Letters from the Sokoto Archives bearing on the Kano Civil War", in: Sudanic Africa, 4, 1993, pp. 77-94.

63. REICHMUTH S. "Imam Umaru's Account of the Origins of the Ilorin Emirate A Manuscript in the Heinz Sölken Collection, Frankfurt", in: Sudanic Africa, 4, 1993, pp. 155-173.

64. REICHMUTH S. "Islamic Learning and its Interaction with "Western" Education in Ilorin", in: Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 179-197.

65. SANI UMAR M. "Changing Islamic Identity in Nigeria from the 1960s to the 1980s : From Sufism to Anti-Sufism", in: Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 154-178.

66. SHARKEY H.J. "Mahdist Oral Praise Poetry as a Historical Source : Qurashi Muhammad Hasan's Qasâ'id min Shu`arâ' al-Mahdiyya (1974)", in: Sudanic Africa, 5, 1994, pp. 95-110.

67. SIMONE T.A.M. In Whose Image ? Political Islam and Urban Practices in Sudan, (University of Chicago Press, 1994, 284 p.)

68. SPAULDING J. & KAPTEIJNS L. An Islamic Alliance. `Alî Dînâr and the Sanûsiyya, 1906-1916, (Evanston, Northwestern University Press, Series in Islam and Society in Africa, 1994, IX + 190 p.)

69. SPERLINO D.C. "Rural Madrasas of the Southern Kenya Coast, 1971-1992", in: Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 198-209.

70. STONE D. "Aspects du paysage religieux : marabouts et confréries", in: Politique africaine, 55, octobre 1994, pp. 52-56.

71. THOROLD A. "Metamorphoses of the Yao Muslims", in: Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa, by BRENNER L. ed. (London, Hurst, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1993)., pp. 79-90.

72. TOLMACHEVA M. The Pate Chronicle : Edited and Translated from Mss 177, 321, 344 and 358 of the Library of the University of Dar-es-Salaam, (East Lansing, Michigan State University Press, African Historical Sources, 4, 1993, XIV, 607 p.)

73. TRIAUD J.-L. "L'expansion de l'islam en Afrique", in: Etats, sociétés et culture du monde musulman médiéval, X°-XV° siècle, by GARCIN J.-C. et al., (P.U.F. Nouv. Clio, Paris, 1995, 1, CCXI+467 p.), pp. CII-CXI, CLXVII-CLXVIII, 397-429.

74. VAUGHAN J.H. & KIRK-GREENE A.M. The Diary of Hamman Yaji. Chronicle of a West African Muslim Chief, (Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1995.)

75. VILLALON L.A. "Charisma and Ethnicity in Political Context : A Case Study in the Establishment of a Senegalese Religious Clientele", in: Africa, London, 63 (1), 1993, pp. 80-101.

76. VILLALON L.A. "Sufi Rituals as Rallies. Religious Ceremonies in the Politics of Senegalese State-Society Relations", in: Comparative Politics, July 1994, pp. 415-437.

77. VILLALON L.A. Islamic Society and State Power in Senegal. Disciples and Citizens in Fatick, (Cambridge, Cambridge University Presss, African Studies Series 80, 1995, XIX+338 p.) [Ph. D., Austin, University of Texas, 1992 même titre.]

78. WARMS R.L. "Merchants, Muslim and Wahhabiyya. The Elaboration of Islamic Identity in Sikasso, Mali", in: Canadian Journal of African Studies, 26(3), 1992, pp. 485-507.


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