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Title:Reflections on Arab-led slavery of Africans
Author:Prah, Kwesi KwaaISNI
Year:2005
Language:English
City:Cape Town, South Africa
Publisher:Centre for the Advanced Studies of African Society (CASAS)
Geographic terms:Africa
Mauritania
Middle East
Palestine
Subjects:slavery
slave trade
slaves
Arabs
Ottoman period
conference papers (form)
2003
Abstract:The papers included in this collective volume are from the Conference on Arab-led Slavery of Africans, held in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 22 February 2003. Contributions: Introduction: Confronting Arab-led slavery of Africans, by Kwesi Kwaa Prah; Soudanais 'sans Dieu ni maître': esclavage et traite trans-saharienne dans le Soudan sénégalo-nigéro-tchadien, avant 1800, by Diouldé Laya; L'esclavage en Mauritanie, by Mohamed Yahya Ould Cirée; The ideological, political and economic pillars of slavery in the African Sahel: the case of Mauritania, by Garba Diallo; L'esclavage arabo-islamique au Sahel nigérien et son impact sur l'évolution: populations urbaines, by Soumaïla Sanoko; The Red Sea slave trade: captives' treatment in the slave markets of north-east Africa and the Islamic societies of the Middle East, by Mekuria Bulcha; Life among enslaved communities during the slave trade era in East Africa, 1840s-1890s, by Eginald P.A.N. Mihanjo; Righting the past wrongs against the African people: time for Arab restitution of the Nile Valley, Red Sea and Indian Ocean slave trade, by Peter Adwok Nyaba; La traite de noirs en direction des territoires ottomans d'Europe centrale et des bords de la Mer Noire aux 18e et 19e siècles, by Dieudonné Gnammankou; The hidden past and untold present of African-Palestinians, by Susan Beckerleg; Addressing the consequences of Arab enslavement of Africans: the impasse of post-colonial cultural relativism, by Simon Simonse. The Declaration of the Conference on Arab-led slavery of Africans is also included. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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