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Dissertation / thesisO'Malley, Gabrielle E. (2002)
Marriage and morality: negotiating gender and respect in Zanzibar town
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI. 253p.

Conference paperStiles, Erin (2002)
Gender and Legal Knowledge: Divorce Debates in Zanzibar's Islamic Court
Paper presented at the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 20-November 24, 2002, New Orleans, Louisiana. Arlington, Virginia.

Dissertation / thesisStiles, Erin E. (2002)
A Kadhi and His Court: Marriage, Divorce, and Zanzibar's Islamic Legal Tradition
Ph.D. dissertation: Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. 366p.

Periodical articleStiles, Erin E. (2002)
Buying a divorce in Zanzibar
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 10. p. 33.

Dissertation / thesisStiles, Erin E. (2002)
A kadhi in his court: Marriage, divorce, and the Islamic legal tradition in Zanzibar
Ph.D. dissertation. Washington University, St. Louis.

Periodical articleStockreiter, Elke (2002)
See this documentIslamisches Recht und sozialer Wandel: Die Kadhi-Gerichte von Malindi, Kenya, und Zanzibar, Tanzania
Abstract presentStichproben - Vienna Journal of African Studies. Volume 2 #3. p. 35-61.

Periodical articleWijsen, F. (2002)
'When two elephants fight the grass gets hurt': Muslim-Christian relationships in upcountry Tanzania
Abstract presentChurch and Theology in Context. Volume 40 #1. p. 235-248.

BookAhmed, Nafeez Mosaddeq (2001)
See this documentSuppressing dissent: the crackdown on Muslims in Zanzibar
Wembley: Islamic Human Rights Commission. 12p.

Periodical articleBruinhorst, Gerard C. van de (2001)
Islamic literature in Tanzania and Kenya
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 8. p. 6.

Dissertation / thesisKim, C.C. (2001)
Supernaturalism in Swahili Islam with special reference to the therapeutic cults of jinn possession
Ph.D. dissertation. Fuller Graduate Schools.

Book chapterLarsen, Kjersti (2001)
Spirit possession as oral history: Negotiating Islam and social status. The case of Zanzibar
In: Scarcia Amoretti, B. (ed.), Islam in East Africa. New sources (Archives. Manuscripts and written historical sources. Oral history, Archaeology). International colloquium, Rome, 2-4 December 1999. Roma: Herder. p. 275-296.

Dissertation / thesisLenga, S.A. (2001)
The role of mosque and state power in Tanzania: A case study of Dar es Salaam
bachelor thesis. University of Dar es Salaam. 105p.

BookResearch and Education for Democracy in Tanzania (REDET), Dar es Salaam (2001)
Draft papers read at the conference Religion and Democracy in Tanzania
Dar es Salaam: REDET.

Conference paperStiles, Erin (2001)
Understanding Marital Disputes and Islamic Legal Procedure in Zanzibar Since 1964
Paper presented at the 100th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Asso. (AAA), November 28-December 2, 2001, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

Book chapterChande, A.N. (2000)
Radicalism and reform in East Africa
In: Levtzion, N. and Pouwels, R.L. (eds.), The history of Islam in Africa. Athens: Ohio University Press. p. 349-369.

Dissertation / thesisHussein, Issa (2000)
Problem in application of Islamic law by courts in Tanzania mainland
bachelor thesis. University of Dar es Salaam. 58p.

Dissertation / thesisKway, S.J. (2000)
Dissolution of Islamic marriage in Tanzania mainland: The law and practice
bachelor thesis. University of Dar es Salaam. 52p.

BookNjozi, H.M. (2000)
See this documentMwembechai killings and the political future of Tanzania
Ottawa: Globalink Communications. 247p.

Periodical articleOmari, Abillah H. (2000)
Tanzania: Religious Crisis or Islamic Fundamentalism?
Journal of Peace, Conflict and Military Studies. Volume 1 #2. November.

Book chapterPurpura, A. (2000)
Portrait of Seyyid Silima from Zanzibar: Piety and subversion in Islamic prayer
In: Parkin, D.J. and Headley, S.C. (eds.), Islamic prayer across the Indian Ocean: Inside and outside the mosque. Richmond: Curzon. p. 117-136.

BookSaid, Mohamed (2000)
See this documentIslam and politics in Tanzania
Tanga: Author. 20p.

BookSaid, Mohamed (2000)
See this documentIntricacies and Intrigues in Tanzania: The Question of Muslim Stagnation in Education
Tanga: Author. 16p.

Conference paperUniversity of Cape Town. Centre for Contemporary Islam (2000)
Islamic law in Africa symposium, Dar es Salaam 21-23 July 2000
Abstract present

Periodical articleAskew, Kelly M. (1999)
See this documentFemale Circles and Male Lines: Gender Dynamics Along the Swahili Coast
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 46 #3-4. Summer/Fall. p. 67-102.

Book chapterConstantin, F. (1999)
Présences musulmanes: une force tranquille
In: Baroin, C. and Constantin, F. (eds.), La Tanzanie contemporaine. Paris: Karthala. p. 145-166.

Book chapterLodhi, A.Y. and Westerlund, D. (1999)
Tanzania
In: Westerlund, D. and Svanberg, I. (eds.), Islam outside the Arab world. Richmond: Curzon. p. 97-110.

BookMfumbusa, B. (1999)
Seeds of conflict: A study of emerging religious tensions in Tanzania
Mwanza. 43p.

BookNisula, T. (1999)
Everyday spirits and medical interventions: Ethnographic and historical notes on therapeutic conventions in Zanzibar Town
Saarijärvi: Finnish Anthropological Society.

BookSchneppen, Heinz (1999)
Sayyida Salme/Emily Ruete: Between Zanzibar and Germany, Between Islam and Christianity
Occasional Paper #12. Dar es Salaam: National Museums of Tanzania. 25p.

BookSubiri, Obwogo (1999)
The bombs that shook Nairobi & Dar: a story of pain and betrayal
Nairobi: Obwogo & Family Publishers. 174p.

Book chapterTripp, A.M. (1999)
The political mediation of ethnic and religious diversity in Tanzania
In: Young, C. (ed.), The accommodation of cultural diversity: Case studies. Basingstoke: Macmillan. p. 37-71.

BookWesterlund, David and Svanberg, Ingvar (eds.) (1999)
Islam outside the Arab world
Abstract presentNew York: St. Martin's Press. 476p.

BookChande, Abdin N. (1998)
See this documentIslam, Ulamaa and community development in Tanzania: a case study of religious currents in East Africa
San Francisco: Austin & Winfield. 285p.

Periodical articleElsas, Christoph (1998)
Afrikanische Stimmen zur Konvivenz von Christen und Muslimen in Tanzania
Abstract presentAfricana Marburgensia: Sonderheft. Volume 17. p. 13-21.

Book chapterFargion, J.T. (1998)
La musique et la danse: le taarab
In: Le Cour Grandmaison, C. and Crozon, A. (eds.), Zanzibar aujourd'hui. Paris: Karthala. p. 275-288.

Book chapterGrandin, N. (1998)
Les confréries soufi à Zanzibar: passé et présent
In: Le Cour Grandmaison, C. and Crozon, A. (eds.), Zanzibar aujourd'hui. Paris: Karthala. p. 321-340.

Periodical articleKadende-Kaiser, Rose M. and Kaiser, Paul J. (1998)
See this documentIdentity, Citizenship, and Transnationalism: Ismailis in Tanzania and Burundians in the Diaspora
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 45 #3-4. p. 461-480.

Book chapterParkin, D.J. (1998)
L'influence des livres: l'islam et l'art de la médecine à Zanzibar
In: Le Guennec-Coppens, F. and Parkin, D.J. (eds.), Autorité et pouvoir chez les Swahili. Paris: Karthala. p. 115-127.

Book chapterPenrad, J. (1998)
Madrassat an-Nur: une école coranique de la ville de pierre et son shaykh
In: Le Cour Grandmaison, C. and Crozon, A. (eds.), Zanzibar aujourd'hui. Paris: Karthala. p. 307-320.

Periodical articlePenrad, Jean-Claude (1998)
See this documentYasin alias Philippe, fils de Jean-Désiré: du Shaba à Zanzibar: itinéraire et horizons d'une conversion à l'islam
Abstract presentJournal des africanistes. Volume 68 #1-2. p. 143-154.

BookRoger, F. (1998)
Kreuz und Halbmond in Tanzania: Interaktions- und Konversionsprozesse in einer multireligiösen Gesellschaft
Abstract presentBerlin: Verlag für Wissenschaft und Forschung. 98p.

BookRoger, Frank (1998)
Kreuz und Halbmond in Tanzania: Interaktions- und Konversionsprozesse in einer multireligiösen Gesellschaft
Berlin: Verlag für Wissenschaft und Forschung (VWS). 150p.

BookSaid, Mohamed (1998)
The life and times of Abdulwahid Sykes (1924-1968): the untold story of the Muslim struggle against British colonialism in Tanganyika
London: Minerva. 358p.

BookSaid, Mohamed (1998)
See this documentIslamic movement and Christian hegemony: the rise of Muslim militancy in Tanzania 1970 - 2000
Tanga: Author. 192p.

Book chapterTopan, F.M. (1998)
Comment devient-on musulman?
In: Le Cour Grandmaison, C. and Crozon, A. (eds.), Zanzibar aujourd'hui. Paris: Karthala. p. 299-306.

Dissertation / thesisAbdallah, Hassani (1997)
Legal impact of the unification of law of succession on the application of Islamic law of succession: The case of Tanzania Mainland
bachelor thesis. University of Dar es Salaam. 65p.

Book chapterConstantin, F. (1997)
Mobilisations populistes musulmanes: les embûches du passage au politique (Kenya, Tanzanie)
In: Coulon, C. and Constantin, F. (eds.), Religion et transition démocratique en Afrique. Paris: Karthala. p. 315-336.

Periodical articleForster, Peter G. (1997)
Religion and the State in Tanzania and Malawi
Journal of Asian and African Studies. Volume 32 #3-4. December. p. 163-184.

Periodical articleMey, Marc de (1997)
See this documentControversial issues in Christian-Muslim relations in East Africa
Abstract presentExchange: Bulletin of Third World Christian Literature. Volume 26 #3. p. 265-279.

Periodical articleMfaume, S.M. and others (1997)
Mosques against malaria
World Health Forum. Volume 18 #1. p. 35-38.

Dissertation / thesisPurpura, A. (1997)
Knowledge and agency: The social relations of Islamic expertise in Zanzibar Town
Ph.D. dissertation. City University of New York. 428p.

Dissertation / thesisRasmussen, L. (1997)
Diapraksis og dialog mellem kristne og muslimer: i lyset af den afrikanske erfaring
Ph.D. dissertation. Aarhus Universitet. 175p.

Periodical articleYahya-Othman, Saida (1997)
If the cap fits: Kanga names and women's voice in Swahili society
Abstract presentAfrikanistische Arbeitspapiere: Schriftenreihe des Kölner Instituts für Afrikanistik. #51. p. 135-149.

Conference paperHirsch, Susan F. (1996)
The Feminization of Islamic Courts: Varieties of State Intervention in East Africa
Paper presented at the 95th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Asso. (AAA), November 20-24, 1996, San Francisco, California. Arlington, Virginia.

BookKaiser, Paul J. (1996)
Culture, transnationalism, and civil society: Aga Khan social service initiatives in Tanzania
Westport, CT: Praeger. 133p.

Book chapterLudwig, F. (1996)
After Ujamaa: Is religious revivalism a threat to Tanzania's stability?
In: Westerlund, D. (ed.), Questioning the secular state: The world-wide resurgence of religion in politics. London: Hurst. p. 216-236.

Book chapterConstantin, F. (1995)
Muslims and politics: Attempts to create Muslim national organizations in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya
In: Hansen, H.B. and Twaddle, M. (eds.), Religion & politics in East Africa: The period since independence. London: Currey. p. 19-31.

Conference paperHansen, Holger Bernt and Twaddle, Michael (eds.) (1995)
Religion and politics in East Africa: The period since independence
Abstract presentLondon: Currey. 278p.

Book chapterKasozi, A.B.K. (1995)
Christian-Muslim inputs into public policy formation in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda
In: Hansen, H.B. and Twaddle, M. (eds.), Religion and politics in East Africa: The period since independence. London: Currey. p. 223-246.

Dissertation / thesisLarsen, Kjersti (1995)
Where humans and spirits meet: Incorporating difference and experiencing otherness in Zanzibar Town
Ph.D. dissertation. University of Oslo.

Book chapterParkin, D.J. (1995)
Blank banners and Islamic consciousness in Zanzibar
In: Cohen, A.P. and Rapport, N. (eds.), Questions of consciousness. London: Routledge. p. 198-216.

BookRwebangira, M.K. and Mukoyogo, M.C. (1995)
The law of inheritance in Tanzania: A status report
Abstract presentNairobi: WLEA. 30p.

Periodical articleScarcia Amoretti, B. (1995)
Controcorrente? Il caso della communità khogia di Zanzibar
Oriente moderno. Volume 1-6. p. 22-33.

Book chapterSivalon, John C. (1995)
Quality and equity in Tanzania's religiously affiliated secondary schools
In: Creighton, Colin and Omari, Cuthbert K. (eds.), Gender, family and household in Tanzania. Aldershot: Ashgate. p. 282-298.

Periodical articleChande, Abdin N. (1994)
Ulamaa and religious competition in a Mrima town
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #8. p. 43-51.

Periodical articleLodhi, A.Y. (1994)
See this documentMuslims in Eastern Africa: Their Past and Present
Abstract presentNordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 3 #1. p. 88-99.

Periodical articleSmith, P. (1994)
Questions regarding Muslim-Christian dialogue: Interview with Peter Smith
Encounter (Rome). Volume 209. p. 3-14.

Periodical articleGaare, Y. (1993-1994)
Muslim fundamentalism: its dawn in Tanzania
Voice of Segerea. p. 15-20.

Book chapterBakari, M. (1993)
The prospects for Sharia in East Africa
In: Alkali, N. and Adamu, A. and Yadudu, A. and Moten, R. and Salihi, H. (eds.), Islam in Africa: Proceedings of the Islam in Africa Conference. Ibadan: Spectrum Books. p. 81-86.

Book chapterBertoncini, E. (1993)
Muslim women in Zanzibarian literature
In: Hulec, O. and Mendel, M. (eds.), Threefold wisdom: Islam, the Arab world and Africa: Papers in honour of Ivan Hrbek. Prague: Oriental Institute. p. 17-29.

Periodical articleChande, Abdin N. (1993)
See this documentMuslims and Modern Education in Tanzania
Abstract presentJournal of the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 14 #1-2. January. p. 1-16.

Book chapterConstantin, F. (1993)
Leadership, Muslim identities and East African politics tradition, bureaucratization and communication
In: Brenner, Louis (ed.), Muslim identity and social change in Sub-Saharan Africa. London: Hurst & Company. p. 36-58.

Book chapterForkl, H. (1993)
Die Ostafrikanische Küstencivilisation: Die Swahili und ihre Nachbarn
In: Forkl, H. and others (eds.), Die Gärten des Islam. Stuttgart: Mayer. p. 304-314.

Dissertation / thesisNjama, Yahya and Makonje, S.H. (1993)
The role of the state and application of Islamic law in a multi-religious society: A case study of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam
bachelor thesis. University of Dar es Salaam. 94p.

Periodical articlePenrad, J. (1993)
Retombées sociales de la mort individuelle: tombes et cimetières à Zanzibar
La transmission du savoir dans le monde musulman périphérique: lettre d'information. Volume 13. p. 96-106.

Conference paperPorter, Mary A. (1993)
Islamic Men and Secular Women? Forms of Swahili Knowledge in Educational Discourses
Paper presented at the 36th Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), December 4-7, 1993, Boston, Massachusetts. Atlanta. Emory University.

BookRasmussen, Lissi (1993)
Christian-Muslim relations in Africa: the cases of Northern Nigeria and Tanzania compared
Abstract presentLondon: British Academic Press. 132p.

Dissertation / thesisChande, A.N. (1992)
Islam, Islamic leadership and community development in Tanga, Tanzania
Ph.D. dissertation. McGill University.

Periodical articleMkelle, M. Burhan (1992)
See this documentA Scholar for All Seasons: Sheikh Abdul Aziz al Amani of Zanzibar
Journal of the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 13 #1. January. p. 116-121.

Periodical articleTopan, Farouk M. (1992)
See this documentSwahili as a Religious Language
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 22 #4. November. p. 331-349.

Periodical articleYusuf, Imtiyaz (1992)
See this documentAn analysis of Swahili exegesis of 'Sûrat al-Shams' in Shaykh Abdullah Saleh al-Farsy's 'Qurani Takatifu'
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 22 #4. November. p. 350-366.

Periodical articleAzevedo, Mario and Prater, Gwendolyn S. (1991)
See this documentThe Minority Status of Islam in East Africa: A Historico-Sociological Perspective
Abstract presentJournal of the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 12 #2. July. p. 482-497.

Book chapterCrozon, A. (1991)
Les Arabes à Zanzibar: haine et fascination
In: Le Guennec-Coppens, F. and Caplan, P. (eds.), Les Swahili entre Afrique et Arabie. Paris: Karthala. p. 179-193.

Book chapterFesto Bahendwa, L. (1991)
Christian-Muslim relations in Tanzania
Abstract presentBirmingham: Selly Oak Colleges, Centre for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations (CSIC). p. 14-17.

BookHerterich-Akinpelu, Ilse (1991)
Ethnizität und Stratifikation am Beispiel islamischer Organisationen und ihren Praktiken in Tansania/Ostafrika
Abstract presentWürzburg: Ergon. #1. 110p.

Periodical articleMakaramba, Robert V. (1991)
The status and application of Islamic law in Tanzania
Abstract presentEastern Africa Law Review. Volume 18 #2. December. p. 277-310.

BookNjozi, Hamza Mustafa (1991)
The sources of the Qur'an: a critical review of the authorship theories
Riyadh: World Assembly of Muslim Youth. 96p.

Book chapterSicard, S.v. (1991)
Islam in Tanzania
Abstract presentBirmingham: Selly Oak Colleges, Centre for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations (CSIC). p. 1-13.

BookEile, L. (1990)
Jando: The rite of circumcision and initiation in East African Islam
Lund: Plus ultra. 190p.

Periodical articleMandivenga, Ephraim C. (1990)
See this documentIslam in Tanzania: A General Survey
Journal of the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 11 #2. July. p. 311-320.

Periodical articleSmith, P.F. (1990)
Christianity and Islam in Tanzania: Development and relationships
Islamochristiana. Volume 16.

Dissertation / thesisYusuf, I. (1990)
Islam and African socialism: A study of the interactions between Islam and Ujamaa socialism in Tanzania
Ph.D. dissertation. Temple University. 306p.

Dissertation / thesisGiles, L.L. (1989)
Spirit possession on the Swahili coast: Peripheral cults or primary texts? (Kenya and Tanzania)
Ph.D. dissertation. University of Texas, Austin. 554p.

Dissertation / thesisLacunza-Balda, J. (1989)
An investigation into the concepts and ideas found in Swahili Islamic writings
Ph.D. dissertation. SOAS, University of London.

Periodical articleAusten, Ralph A. (1988)
The 19th Century Islamic Slave Trade From East Africa (Swahili and Red Sea Coasts): A Tentative Census
Slavery & Abolition: A Journal of Slave and Post-Slave Studies. Volume 9 #3. December. p. 21-44.

Periodical articleConstantin, F. (1988)
Bagamoyo 1987: retour aux sources de la branche est-africaine de la Qadiriyya
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #2. p. 138-150.

Book chapterOmari, C.K. (1988)
Christian-Muslim relations in Tanzania
In: Rajashekar, J.P. (ed.), Christian-Muslim relations in Eastern Africa: Report of a seminar. Geneva: Lutheran World Federation, Department of Studies. p. 61-68.

Periodical articlePenrad, J.-C. (1988)
'Sauti ya bilal', ou les transformations de l'islam shi'ite missionnaire en Afrique orientale
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #2. p. 17-33.

Conference paperRajashekar, J. Paul (ed.) (1988)
Christian-Muslim relations in Eastern Africa: report of a seminar/workshop sponsored by the Lutheran World Federation and the Project for Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa, Nairobi, May 2-8, 1987
Abstract presentGeneva: Lutheran World Federation, Department of Studies. 134p.

Periodical articleGiles, Linda L. (1987)
See this documentPossession Cults on the Swahili Coast: A Re-Examination of Theories of Marginality
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 57 #2. p. 234-258.

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