Hst 375: History of Islam in Africa
This course explores the history of Islam in Africa from the seventh
century through the twentieth century. The primary focus is on West and
East Africa. Topics include Muslim minorities in non-Muslim societies,
Islam and slavery, women in Muslim societies, Jihad movements in Africa,
Muslim responses to the nineteenth century European expansion, Islam and
colonialism and Islam and post-colonial developments.
- Lecture: Lecture for Hst 375
- Lecture: Web-based Lecture for Hst 375
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