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Found: 22 Record 1-22 Search: Isma'ilis

Book chapterTopan, F.M. (2000)
Swahili and Isma'ili perceptions of salât
In: Parkin, D.J. and Headley, S.C. (eds.), Islamic prayer across the Indian Ocean: Inside and outside the mosque. Richmond: Curzon. p. 99-115.

Dissertation / thesisKassam-Remtulla, A. (1999)
See this publication(Dis)Placing Khojas: Forging identities, revitalizing Islam and crafting global Ismailism
B.A. thesis. Stanford University.

Periodical articleGupta, D. (1998)
South Asians in East Africa: Achievement and discrimination
South Asia. Volume 21. p. 103-136.

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

Periodical articleDossa, P.A. (1997)
Reconstruction of the ethnographic field sites. Mediating identities: case study of Bohra Muslim woman in Lamu (Kenya)
Women's Studies International Forum. Volume 20 #4. p. 505-515.

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

Book chapterWalji, S.R. (1995)
Ismailis in Kenya: Some perspectives on continuity and change
In: Bakari, M. and Yahya, S.S. (eds.), Islam in Kenya: Proceedings of the National Seminar on Contemporary Islam in Kenya. Nairobi: Mewa Publications. p. 1-18.

Periodical articleAsani, A.S. (1994)
The impact of modernization on the marriage rites of the Khojah Ismailis of East Africa
Journal of Turkish Studies. Volume 18. p. 17-24.

Book chapterPenrad, J. (1988)
La présence isma'ilienne en Afrique de l'Est: note sur l'histoire commerciale et l'organisation communautaire
In: Lomard, D. and Aubin, J. (eds.), Marchands et hommes d'affaires asiatiques dans l'Océan Indien et la Mer de Chine, 13e-20e siècles: Études. Paris: École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales. p. 221-236.

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.

Periodical articleAmiji, Hatim M. (1982)
See this publicationIslam and socio-economic development: a case study of a Muslim minority in Tanzania
Abstract presentJournal of the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 4 #1-2. p. 175-187.

Periodical articleAmiji, Hatim M. (1975)
See this publicationThe Bohras of East Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 7 #1. p. 27-61.

Dissertation / thesisBhatia, A.G. (1975)
Social change in the Ismaili society of East Africa, with reference to the four successive Aga Khans
B.A. thesis. University of Oxford.

Dissertation / thesisMawani, P.I.V. (1975)
The Jamat Khana as a source of cohesiveness in Ismaili community in Kenya
master thesis. University of Nairobi.

Book chapterThompson, G. (1975)
The Ismailis in Uganda
In: Twaddle, M. (ed.), Expulsion of a Minority: Essays on Ugandan Asians. London: Athlone Press. p. 30-52.

Dissertation / thesisEsmail, A. (1972)
Satpanth Ismailism and modern changes within it; with special reference to East Africa
Ph.D. dissertation. University of Edinburgh.

Periodical articleBocock, R.J. (1971)
The Ismailis in Tanzania: A Weberian analysis
The British Journal of Sociology. Volume 20. p. 365-380.

Periodical articleNichols, Woodrow W. (1970)
See this publicationThe Ismaili Sect in East Africa
Ufahamu. Volume 1 #1. Spring. p. 34-51.

Dissertation / thesisKjellberg, E. (1967)
The Ismailis in Tanzania
master thesis. Dar es Salaam: University College, Dar esSalaam. 66p.

Periodical articleAnderson, J.N.D. (1964)
The Isma'ili Khojas of East Africa: A new constitution and personal law for the community
Middle Eastern Studies. Volume 1. p. 21-39.

Periodical articlePocock, D.F. (1964)
The Ismaili Khojas of East Africa
Middle Eastern Studies. Volume 11 #4. p. 21-39.

Periodical articleByrne, H.J. (1960)
Muslim education in Uganda
Abstract presentAfrican World. April. p. 11-12.

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