quot the most comprehensive study of islam in eastern african fiction to date mirmotahari x27 s book is a welcome addition to the region x27 s re visioning of its multi cultural multi ethnic and multi religious history

contemporary islam quot the most comprehensive study of islam in eastern african fiction to date mirmotahari x27 s book is a welcome addition to the region x27 s re visioning of its multi cultural multi ethnic and multi religious history

this study of the sub saharan african novel interprets representations of islam as a central organising presence that generates new conceptual questions and demands new critical frameworks with which to approach categories like nationhood race diaspora immigration and africa x27 s multiple colonial pasts

the first book length critical work devoted to islam in literatures of the eastern african coast mirmotahari x27 s study focuses on the thematic of islam in a selection of east african novels

read quot islam in the eastern african novel quot by e mirmotahari available from rakuten kobo sign up today and get 5 off your first purchase this study of the sub saharan african novel interprets representations of islam as a central organising presence that ge

contemporary islam quot the most comprehensive study of islam in eastern african fiction to date mirmotahari x27 s book is a welcome addition to the region x27 s re visioning of its multi cultural multi ethnic and multi religious history

emad mirmotahari is an assistant professor in the english department his interests are african and latin american fiction the relationship of literature to history as a discipline literature x27 s relationship to religion as well as translation theory his new monograph is islam in the eastern african novel

emad mirmotahari associate professor mcanulty college and graduate school of liberal arts english islam in the eastern african novel london and new york palgrave 2011 review of india in africa africa in india indian ocean cosmopolitanisms ed john c hawley

nous souhaitons la bienvenue à notre nouveau collaborateur emad mirmotahari auteur du livre islam in the eastern african novel qui fait partie de la collection literatures and cultures of the islam worlds publiée par palgrave macmillan

submitted by professor nazeer ahmed like a benevolent mother opening her arms to all the children in the neighborhood africa held its arms open for successive waves of refugees from arabia in turn the immigrants brought with them the light of islam and shared it with the people of africa

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islam in the eastern african novel emad mirmotahari quot islam in the eastern african novel engages the novels of three important eastern african novelists nuruddin farah abdulrazak gurnah and m g vassanji by centering islam as an interpretive lens

the social justice reading club will host a discussion of persepolis the story of a childhood an illustrated autobiography that recounts author marjane satrapi x27 s youth in iran during the 1979 islamic revolution the panel discussion which is open to duquesne students faculty and staff will take place thursday nov 14 from 4 to 5 30 p m in the union x27 s africa room

emad mirmotahari is professor of english and african studies at duquesne university in pittsburgh pennsylvania his interests are african fiction as well as the idea and practice of world literature he teaches courses on immigration exile displacement and diasporas through a literary lens on a regular basis may 2016

he demonstrates how french understanding of islam in west africa evolved from the short term and often contradictory policies associated with the period of military expansion through a period of intense suspicion and fear of pan islamic movements to a widely held consensus that islam in africa was quite distinct from the islam of the arab

diaspora of east africa quot 2 ex emad mirmotahari x27 s islam in the east african novel 3 richard b allen x27 s european slave trading in the indian ocean 1500 1850 4 rahul c oka and chapurukha m kusimba x27 s quot siddi as mercenary or as african success story on the west coast of india quot

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in writing about muslims in east africa randall pouwels claims in the history of islam in africa quot the spread of islam took place within a wider context one of cultural influences and migrations in west africa these movements were in the same direction from north to south as that taken by islam

emad shahin also emad el din shahin arabic عماد شاهين born august 24 1957 is an egyptian professor of political science he is currently a visiting professor at the school of foreign service at georgetown university he is editor in chief of the oxford encyclopedia of islam and politics and professor of public policy at the american university in cairo on leave

islam in africa provides an overview over the development of muslim societies in africa from early history 7 th century to the present with a regional focus on north africa the sahara sub saharan west africa the horn of africa and east africa

the history of the islamic faith on the continent of africa spans fourteen centuries for the first time in a single volume the history of islam in africa presents a detailed historic mapping of the cultural political geographic and religious past of this significant presence on a continent wide scale

the spread of islam in africa began in the 7th and 8th cent with the umayyads who brought the religion to the middle east and to the littoral of north africa along the coast of africa islam spread among the berbers who joined the muslim community and almost immediately drove north across the mediterranean into europe

introduction of islam in africa contributed by prof dr nazeer ahmed phd africa alone among the continents has a majority muslim population africa gave the islamic world its first muezzin bilal ibn rabah it was home to its greatest historian ibn khaldun and the birthplace of its best known traveler ibn batuta

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the histom1 ofls1am il1 africa edited by nehemia levtzion amp randall l pouwels ohio university press on the east african coast islam faced the challenge of christianity between relations of islam with the traditional religion has been illustrated in a novel by ah

crs 2 3 maghreb or magrib is an arabic term for north western africa it applies to all of morocco algeria and tunisia in some contexts it also includes mauritania and libya 4 akintunde e akinade quot the legacy of arab islam in africa a quest for inter religious dialogue quot muslim world january 1 2007 p

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