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slavery emancipation and colonial rule in south africa
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slavery emancipation and colonial rule in south africa
  examines the rural Cape Colony from the earliest days of Dutch colonial rule in the mid-seventeenth century to the outbreak of the South African War in 1899.17th century18th century978-0-89680-263-6The Western Bahr Al Ghazal under British Rule, 1898–1956Emancipation without Abolition in German East Africa, c. 1884–1914$26.95 ($21.56)Slavery, Emancipation and Colonial Rule in South Africa · Ohio University Press / Swallow PressSlavery, Emancipation and Colonial Rule in South AfricaWayne“This is a major work of South African history, putting economics and exploitation back where they belong, inRobert Ross, Leiden University“Wayne Dooling’s book is a major contribution to the burgeoning corpus of works surrounding the institution of slavery in the early colonial Cape.… (T)he author is as focused on continuity as he is on transformation, and while he pays due attention to slave liberations and to the immediate crisis of emancipation for slave-owners, he is more concerned with weaving thisWayne Dooling is a lecturer in African History at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.Research in International Studies, Africa SeriesAhmad Alawad SikaingaWestern Bahr al-Ghazal is perhaps one of the least known places in Africa. Yet this remote part of the Republic of Sudan can be regarded as a historical barometer, registering major developments in the history of the Nile valley. In the nineteenth century the region became one of the most active slave-exporting zones in Africa. The area is distinguished from the rest of souSudanSlavery and Reform in West AfricaToward Emancipation in Nineteenth-Century Senegal and the Gold CoastTrevor R. GetzA series of transformations, reforms, and attempted abolitions of slavery form a core narrative of nineteenth-century coastal West Africa. As the region’s role in Atlantic commercial networks underwent a gradual transition from principally that of slave exporter to producer of “legitimate goods” and dependent markets, institutions of slavery became battlegrounds in whSenegalGhanaJan-GeorgThis study examines the complex history of slavery in East Africa, focusing on the area that came under German colonial rule. In contrast to the policy pursued at the time by other colonial powers in Africa, the German authorities did not legally abolish slavery in their colonial territories. However, despite government efforts to keep the institution of slavery alive, it sWestern Europe
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witchcraft and colonial rule in kenya 1900–1955
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witchcraft and colonial rule in kenya 1900–1955
Focusing on colonial Kenya, this book shows how conflicts between state authorities and Africans over witchcraft-related crimes provided an important space in which the meaningKatherine Luongo discusses the emergence of imperial networks of knowledge about witchcraft. She then demonstrates how colonial concerns about witchcraft produced an elaborate body of jurisprudence about capital crimes. 
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the gender of piety family faith and colonial rule in matabeleland zimbabwe
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the gender of piety family faith and colonial rule in matabeleland zimbabwe
Urban-Mead uses African church-goers’ biographies from the early and mid-twentieth century to illuminate, from the inside, the environment of Zimbabwean nationalism in Matabe  Popular Politics in the History of South Africa, 1400 to 1948978-0-8214-2158-1978-0-8214-2157-4978-0-8214-4527-3Christian Origins in Muslim Northern Nigeria, c. 1890–1975This book considers the rise of born-again Christianity in Africa through a study of one of the most dynamic Pentecostal movements. David Maxwell traces the transformation of the prophet Ezekiel Guti and his prayer band from small beginnings in the townships of the 1950s into the present-day transnational business enterprise, which is now the Zimbabwe Assemblies of God.$80.00 ($64)The Gender of Piety: Family, Faith, and Colonial Rule in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe · Ohio University Press / Swallow PressThe Gender of PietyFamily, Faith, and Colonial Rule in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe“Urban-Mead uses African church-goers’ biographies from the early and mid-twentieth century to illuminate, fromPaul S. Landau, author of “Urban-Mead should be commended for writing a book that challenges scholars to reconsider how they study and theorize about practices of faith in a social world.”The Mennonite Quarterly Review“Through close examination, Wendy Urban-Mead illuminates the gendered connections of individual women and men to the Brethren in Christ Church in Zimbabwe. The detailed biographies to reveal a pattern: proper female behavior intersected with church teachings, while men encountered difficulties in combining Ndebele masculine expectations with church ideology. is a major contribution to studies of family, church, and gender history in Africa.”Kathleen Sheldon, UCLA Center for the Study of WomenThe study is based on more than fifteen years of extensive oral history research supported by archival work in Zimbabwe, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The oral accounts make it clear, official versions to the contrary, that the church was led by spiritually powerful women and that maleness and mission-church notions of piety were often incompatible. uses a gendered interpretive lens to analyze the complex relationship between the church and broader social change in this region of southern Africa.Wendy Urban-Mead is an associate professor of history at the Master of Arts in Teaching Program at Bard College in upstate New York. She is coeditor of Social Sciences and Missions.
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