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Mahdism in West Africa
Peter B. Clarke
December 1996 by Luzac Oriental .
Written in English
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Mahdism in West Africa: The Ijebu Mahdiyya Movement Hardcover – December 1, Author: Peter B. Clarke. Mahdism in West Africa: The Ijebu Mahdiyya Movement Hardcover – Dec 1 by Peter B.
Clarke Mahdism in West Africa book See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Peter B. Clarke. This book is a major contribution to the social, political and intellectual history of the largest colonial state in Africa, the French West African Federation.
By focusing on the specific subject of the development of French policy towards Islam, it sheds light on a wide range of issues, from the grand strategy of French imperialism to the psychology of individual administrators in isolated outposts of the Cited by: The Mahdist uprising of –6 was a revolutionary movement that attempted to overthrow British and French colonial rule, the aristocracy of the Sokoto Caliphate and the zarmakoy of by: Searching for a book by Peter B.
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Stamp also on title page. No other marks or inscriptions. Creasing to front cover. A very clean very tight copy with no bumping to corners. Fold-out map in excellent condition. 98pp. Full details of over seventy West African timber varieties, including names, characteristics, seasoning, strength, durability, working qualities, uses and g: Mahdism.
The book examines the jihād movement in the context of the age of revolutions—commonly associated with the American and French revolutions and the erosion of European imperialist powers—and shows how West Africa, too, experienced a period of profound political change in the late eighteenth through the mid-nineteenth centuries.
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Accompanied by vivid color photographs of masks, the largest representation of traditional polychrome masks from the Temne people of Sierra Leone and the Missing: Mahdism. An apocalyptic branch of Islam, Mahdism incorporated the idea of a golden age in which the Mahdi, translated as “the guided one,” would restore the glory of Islam to the earth.
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