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African Diaspora Newsletter No.10

PUBLICATIONS:


Mariana Candido
"Slave Trade: 16th and 17th centuries" in Graham Hodges (ed.), The Colonial World and the Young Nation (forthcoming).

Yacine Daddi-Addoun
(with Paul Lovejoy) "Muhhamad Kaba Saghanughu and the Muslim Community of Jamaica" in in Paul E. Lovejoy (ed.), Slavery on the Frontiers of Islam (New Jersey: Marcus Weiner Publishers, forthcoming).

Omar Eno
"The abolition of slavery and the aftermath stigma: the case of the Bantu/Jareer people on the Benadir coast of southern Somalia", Revue Franaise d'histoire d'Outre Mer, Paris (Forthcoming)

"From Zanzibar to the Benadir coast: the political and social dynamics of slavery, resistance, and emancipation in southern Somalia" in Slavery and Abolition (London: Frank Cass, Forthcoming)

"Somalia's City of the Jackals: Politics, Economy, and Society in Mogadishu, 1990-2000" in Toyin Falola (ed.), African Urban Space (Austin: University of Texas Press, forthcoming)

'Landless Landlords, and Landed Tenants': Plantation Slavery in Southern Somalia (1840-1918) in Abbdi M. Kusow (ed.), Putting the Cart Before the Horse: Inverted Nationalism and the Crisis of Identity in Somalia (New Jersey, forthcoming).

(with Olatunji Ojo) An Overview of the Economic History of East Africa in Joel Mokyr (ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History (New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming).

Ibrahim Hamza
"Amirul Inglis?": Lugard and the Transformation of the Northern Nigeria Aristocracy, c.1903-1918" in Toyin Falola (ed.), Nigeria In The Twentieth Century (Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2002), pp. 119-132.

(with Hussaina J. Abadallah) "Women and Land in Northern Nigeria: the Need for Independent Ownership Rights in L. Munthoni Wanyeki (ed.), Women and Land in Africa: Culture, Treligion and Realizing Women's Rights (London: Zed Press, 2003), pp. 133-176.

"Slavery and Plantation Society at Dorayi in Kano Emirate" in Paul E. Lovejoy (ed.), Slavery on the Frontiers of Islam (New Jersey: Marcus Weiner Publishers) (forthcoming).

"Gender and the Administration of Justice in Kano Emirate, Northern Nigeria 1926-1954" in Richard
Roberts (ed.) Colonialism and Muslim Family Law in Africa (forthcoming).

"The Hausa Community in Bahia, 1800-1835," in John Oriji (ed.), Nigerian Diaspora in the Americas (forthcoming)

Jennifer Lofkrantz
Review of Robert H Taylor (ed.), The Idea of Freedom in Asia and Africa in Itinerario: European Journal of Overseas History, XXVII, 1, 2003, pp. 114-117.

(with Olatunji Ojo), "Economic History of Nigeria" in Joel Mokyr (ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History (New York: Oxford University Press) Forthcoming .

Behnaz A. Mirzai,
"African presence in Iran: identity and its reconstruction", Revue Franaise d'histoire d'Outre Mer, Paris (Forthcoming)

"The Abolition of the Slave Trade in Iran in 1848," Slavery and Abolition (London: Frank Cass, forthcoming)

"The Re/Formation of an African Diasporic Identity in Iran: a Cultural and Historical Perspective," in Pule Firuzeh (Tehran: Cultural Research Bureau, forthcoming)

Ismael Musah Montana
"The Lome Convention from Inception to the Dynamics of the Post-Cold War, 1957-1990s", African and Asian Studies, Vol. 2:1 2003, pp. 63-97.

"The Lomé Convention, Post Cold War Realities and the Maastricht Treaty". Journal of Development Alternative and Area Studies, Vol. 21: 1&2 2002: 163-182.

"Ahmad Ibn al-Qadi al-Timbuktawi on the Bori Ceremonies of Sudan-Tunis," in Paul E. Lovejoy (ed.), Slavery on the Frontiers of Islam (New Jersey: Marcus Weiner Publishers) (forthcoming).

Two entries: "Waqf: Charitable Trust" and "North Africa: Colonial and Modern Periods" in Joel Mokyr (ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History (New York: Oxford University Press) Forthcoming

Olatunji Ojo
"Atlantic Slave Trade: The Eighteenth Century up to the American Revolution" in Graham Hodges (ed.), The Colonial World and the Young Nation (forthcoming)

Three entries: "Moremi", "Kinjikitile" and "Ahmed Guray" in Phyllis Jestice (ed.), Encyclopedia of Holy People (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio, 2004).

(with Bashir M. Salau), "Panyarring in Southeastern Yorubaland," African Economic History, (forthcoming)

Two entries: (with Jennifer Lofkrantz), "Economic History of Nigeria" and (with Omar Eno), "Economic History of East Africa" in Joel Mokyr (ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History (New York: Oxford University Press) (Forthcoming).

Book Review
Lamin Sanneh, Abolitionist Abroad: American Blacks and the Making of Modern West Africa (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1999) in Canadian Journal of History, 37, December 2002, pp. 596-598.

Jean Allman, Geiger Susan and Musisi Nakanyike (eds.), Women in African Colonial Histories (Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2002) in Itinerario: European Journal of Overseas History, vol. XXVII, 1, 2003, pp. 136-138.

Judith A. Byfield, The Bluest Hands: A Social and Economic History of Women Dyers in Abeokuta (Nigeria), 1890-1940 (Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2002), Canadian Journal of African Studies vol. 37, 1, 2003, pp. 140-142.

Laray Denzer, Folayegbe M. Akintunde-Ighodalo: A Public Life (Ibadan: Sam Bookman Publishers, 2001) in Africa, vol. 4, 2003 (forthcoming)

Mohammed B. Salau
"The Nigerian Civil War and an Urban Neighborhood in Northern Nigeria" in Toyin Falola (ed.), Nigeria In The Twentieth Century (Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 200), pp. 463-472.

"The Atlantic Slave Trade and the Impact on the Nigerian Hinterland, 1500-1900" in Akin Ogundiran (ed.), Peoples, Politics, and Societies in Pre-Colonial Nigeria:Essays in Honor of Toyin Falola (New Jersey: African World World Press) Forthcoming.

Three entries: "Brazil", "Slave Trade: American Revolution to 1808" and "South America" in Graham Russell Hodges (ed.), The Colonial World and the Young Nation (New York: Oxford University Press) Forthcoming.

(with Olatunji Ojo), "Panyarring in Southeastern Yorubaland,1876-1900" African Economic History, (forthcoming)

Robert Stewart
"Akan Ethnicity in Jamaica: A Re-Examination of Jamaica's Slave Imports from the Gold Coast, 1655-1807" The Maryland Historian, Spring/Summer special issue (forthcoming)


Department of History, York University,  Toronto, Canada
Email: nigerian@yorku.ca
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