2 edition of Dar al-Kuti found in the catalog.
Dennis D. Cordell
|Other titles||A history of the salve trade and state formation on the Islamic frontier in northern equatorial Africa (Central African Republic and Chad)|
|Statement||by Dennis D. Cordell.|
|LC Classifications||HT1427D37 C67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 409 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||409|
Dar al-Kuti and the Last Years of the Trans-Saharan Slave Trade. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. Pp. xvii, $ He was also an adjunct professor of demography at the Universite de Montreal and had taught at the University of Mali. Dr. Cordell authored Dar al-Kuti and the Last Years of the Trans-Saharan Slave Trade and, with Joel Gregory and Victor Piche, of Hoe and Wage: A Social History of a Circular Migration System in West Africa,
Assemblée nationale, 2 books Dennis D. Cordell, 2 books Central African Republic. Bureau central du recensement, 2 books Centre Al-Mouna, 2 books Anne Retel-Laurentin, 2 books Colette Le Cour Grandmaison, 1 book Francesca Lyman, 1 book. Porto-Novo a French protectorate, 23 February - 2 January Cotonou a French Protectorate, 19 May Porto-Novo French protectorate, 14 April Central African Republic traditional states: French protectorate over Dar al-Kuti ( Sultanate suppressed by the French), 12 December
Dar-al-Kuti (Central African Republic) Crampel, Paul, Genres Illustrations Physical Description Engravings Type of Resource Still image Languages French Identifiers NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 4d5b2bc6dfaccc4b Rights Statement. Dar al Kuti was an Islamic state in the centre and northwest of the present Central African Republic which existed from around until 17 December From around the name Dar al-Kuti was given to a stretch of the frontier to the southwest of Wadai, a sultanate in the region of Lake Chad; the term “dar” signifies “abode” in Arabic, while the term “kuti” in the local.
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The book also covers matters of security, diplomacy and taxation. His tightly argued book has pp. of text in small Cited by: Dar Al-Kuti and the Last Years of the Trans-Saharan Slave Trade by Dennis D. Cordell () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(2). Dar al-Kuti and the last years of the trans-Saharan slave trade.
Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Cordell, Dennis D., Dar al-Kuti and the last years of the trans-Saharan slave trade.
Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press, (OCoLC) Material Type. Dar Runga was a sultanate in what is today southern was a tributary state of the Ouaddai was conquered by Rabih az-Zubayr in and annexed to its former vassal, the sultanate of Dar al Kuti.
References. Traditional Rulers in the Central African Republic. genealogical material on the Dar al-Kuti rulers. The book is divided into pages of text and pages of reference material, a division that emphasizes how tight the historical reconstruction is. For historians who thrive on footnotes, Dar al-Kuti and the Last Years of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade is a feast.
It is all the more enjoyable, if. Book. See details - Workers of African Trade by Coquery-Vidrovitch, Catherine.
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Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, pp. Dennis Cordell's work on Dar al-Kuti should be received as a solid contribution to our understanding of North Central Africa's historical development. The book is based on. The Institution in Saharan and Sudanic Africa, and the Trans-Saharan Trade.
Author: Allan George Barnard Fisher,Humphrey J. Fisher; Publisher: C. HURST & CO. PUBLISHERS; ISBN: Category: Muslims Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The work had its origins as a presentation of Sahara und Sudan, the monumental travelogue of Gustav.
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"Fondé au XVIII siècle, le sultanat du Dar-El-Kouti fut porté à son apogée politique et économique par Mohamed Senoussi. Installé aux commandes du sultanat par Râbih, au détriment de son oncle Kober, Senoussi n'obéissait qu'à ses ordres, ce que ne pouvait tolérer longtemps le Sultan Yusuf du Ouaddaï, de qui dépendait le Dar-El-Kouti.
Dar al-Kuti, the French, and slavery, s "This book makes an important contribution to the study of African history.
Focusing on the end of slavery, it gives us another vantage point from which to view colonial rule, and provides insights not thus far given by studies into resistance and collaboration, labour history and Author: Suzanne Miers.
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Editors Suzanne Miers and Richard Roberts, with the distinguished contributors to the volume, establish an agenda for the social history of the early colonial period—hen the end of slavery was one of the most significant historical and cultural processes. The End of Slavery in Africa is a sequel to Slavery.
He was also an adjunct professor of demography at the Universite de Montreal and had taught at the University of Mali. Cordell authored Dar al-Kuti and the Last Years of the Trans-Saharan Slave Trade and, with Joel Gregory and Victor Piche, of Hoe and Wage: A Social History of a Circular Migration System in West Africa, Location: Dallas.
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Dar al-Kuti and the Last Years of the Trans-Saharan Slave Trade. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press. Das, V. and D. Poole. Anthropology in the Margins of the State.
Sante Fe: School of American Research Press. Gluckman, M. “Analysis of a social situation in modern Zululand”, Bantu Studies, 14(1): Guyer, J. On the history of relations between the Muslim sultanates of Dar Fur and Wadai and the non-Muslim peoples of the south, including the Banda, see Cordell, Dar al-Kuti, 14 – 48; O'Fahey, R.
S., “ Slavery and the Slave Trade in Dar Fur,” JAH 14 (), 29 – 43; and idem, “Fur and Fartit: The History of a Frontier” in John Mack and Cited by: 3.The history of Central Africa, little known and little studied, is one of the world's most tragic.
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