Doubt, Scholarship and Society in 17th-Century Central Sudanic Africa

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Fabrice Melka, « Doubt, Scholarship and Society in 17th-Century Central Sudanic Africa », Carnet d’Afriques, revue d’histoire, ID : 10.58079/at2h


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Dorrit van Dalen, Doubt, Scholarship and Society in 17th-Century Central Sudanic Africa, Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, Islam in Africa, Volume 20, July 2016, 317 pages. "The seventeenth century was a period of major social change in central sudanic Africa. Islam spread from royal courts to rural communities, leading to new identities, new boundaries and new tasks for experts of the religion. Addressing these issues, the Bornu scholar Muḥammad al-Wālī acquired an exceptional reputation. Dor...

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