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BookHunwick, John (ed.) (2006)
Jews of a Saharan oasis: elimination of the Tamantit community
Princeton, NJ: Markus Wiener Publications. 91p.

BookHunwick, John Owen (2006)
West Africa, Islam, and the Arab world: studies in honor of Basil Davidson
Princeton, NJ: Markus Wiener Publishers. 147p.

BookMbacké, Khadim; Hunwick, John Owen; Ross, Eric (eds.) (2005)
Sufism and religious brotherhoods in Senegal
Princeton, NJ: Markus Wiener. 141p.

Periodical articleHunwick, John O. (2003)
The Timbuktu manuscript tradition
Tinabantu: journal of African national affairs. Volume 1 #2. June. p. 1-9.

Book chapterHunwick, John Owen (2003)
Islamic revival in Africa: Historical and contemporary perspectives
In: Sanni, Amidu (ed.), An unfamiliar guest in a familiar household: Arabic and Islamic studies: in honour of Isaac Adejoju Ogunbiyi. Bariga Lad Lak: Debo Prints. p. 1-20.

BookHunwick, John; Powell, Eve Troutt (2002)
The African diaspora in the Mediterranean lands of Islam
Princeton, NJ: Markus Wiener. Princeton series on the Middle East. 246p.

Book chapterHunwick, John (1999)
Islamic financial institutions: theoretical structures and aspects of their application in sub-Saharan Africa
Abstract presentIn: Stiansen, Endre; Guyer, Jane I. (eds.), Credit, currencies and culture: African financial institutions in historical perspective. Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet. p. 72-99.

BookHunwick, John O.; Sa'di, al- (eds.) (1999)
Timbuktu and the Songhay empire: al-Sa'di's Ta'rikh al-sudan down to 1613 and other contemporary documents
Leiden: Brill. Islamic history and civilization 27.

Periodical articleHunwick, John (1997)
See this publicationThe Arabic literary tradition of Nigeria
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 28 #3. p. 210-223.

Book chapterHunwick, John Owen (1997)
Sub-Saharan Africa and the wider world of Islam: Historical and contemporary perspectives
In: Evers Rosander, E.; Westerlund, D. (eds.), African Islam and Islam in Africa: Encounters between Sufis and Islamists. London: Hurst. p. 28-54.

BookHunwick, John; Lawler, Nancy; Wilks, Ivor (eds.) (1996)
The cloth of many colored silks: papers on history and society, Ghanaian and Islamic in honor of Ivor Wilks
Abstract presentEvanston, IL: Northwestern University Press. Series in Islam and society in Africa. 404p.

Periodical articleHunwick, John Owen (1996)
See this publicationSub-Saharan Africa and the Wider World of Islam: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 26 #3. p. 230-257.

BookHunwick, John O. (1995)
The writings of Central Sudanic Africa
Abstract presentLeiden: Brill. Handbuch der Orientalistik. 1. Abt., Der Nahe und der Mittlere Osten #13. 732p.

Periodical articleHunwick, John Owen (1994)
See this publicationMervyn Hiskett 1920-1994
Abstract presentSudanic Africa. Volume 5. p. 1-6.

Book chapterHunwick, J.O. (1992)
Black slaves in the Mediterranean world: introduction to a neglected aspect of the African diaspora
Abstract presentIn: The human commodity: perspectives on the trans-Saharan slave trade. p. 5-38.

Periodical articleHunwick, John Owen (1992)
An African study of political Islam: Nigeria
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Volume 524. p. 143-155.

Conference paperHunwick, John Owen (ed.) (1992)
Religion and national integration in Africa: Islam, Christianity, and politics in the Sudan and Nigeria
Abstract presentPapers presented at a seminar in Evanston, Ill. in 1988. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press. Series in Islam and society in Africa. 176p.

BookHunwick, John Owen (1991)
West Africa and the Arab world: Historical and contemporary perspectives
Abstract presentAccra: Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences. The J.B. Danquah memorial lectures series; 23. 54p.

Periodical articleHunwick, J.O. (1990)
A contribution to the study of Islamic teaching traditions in West Africa: the career of Mu.hammad Baghayogho 930/1523-4-1002/1594
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #4. p. 149-163.

Periodical articleHunwick, John Owen (1987)
Neo-Hanbalism in southern Nigeria: The reformist ideas of al-Hâjj Adâm al-Ilûrî of Agege
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #1. p. 18-26.

Book chapterHunwick, J.O. (1980)
Gao and the Almoravids: a hypothesis
Abstract presentIn: West African culture dynamics: archaeological and historical perspectives. p. 413-430.

Periodical articleHunwick, J.O. (1978)
Black Africans in the Islamic world: an understudied dimension of the black diaspora
Abstract presentTarikh. Volume 5 #4. p. 20-40.

Periodical articleHunwick, John O. (1978)
Salih al-Fullani of Futa Jallon: an eighteenth-century scholar and mujaddid
Abstract presentBulletin de l'Institut Fondamental d'Afrique Noire, Série B: Sciences humaines. Volume 40 #4. p. 879-885.

Book chapterHunwick, J.O. (1977)
Islam in West Africa, A.D. 1000-1800
Abstract presentIn: A thousand years of West African history: a handbook for teachers and students. p. 113-131.

Book chapterHunwick, J.O. (1977)
The Islamic theme in Ghanaian history
Abstract presentIn: Hunwick, J.O. (ed.), Proceedings of the Seminar on Ghanaian historiography and historical research. Legon: University of Ghana, Department of History. p. 240-257.

Periodical articleHunwick, J.O. (1977)
Arabic language and Muslim society in west Africa: a historical perspective
Abstract presentGhana Social Science Journal. Volume 4 #2. p. 1-20.

Conference paperHunwick, J.O. (ed.) (1977)
Proceedings of the seminar on Ghanaian historiography and historical research, 20th-22nd May, 1976
Abstract presentLegon: University of Ghana, Department of History. 290p.

Book chapterHunwick, J.O. (1977)
The nineteenth century Jihads
Abstract presentIn: A thousand years of West African history: a handbook for teachers and students. p. 267-288.

Book chapterHunwick, John Owen (1976)
The study of Muslim Africa: Retrospect and prospect
Abstract presentIn: Fyfe, Christopher (ed.), African studies since 1945; a tribute to Basil Davidson. London: Longman. p. 136-155.

Periodical articleHunwick, J.O. (1973)
The dynastic chronologies of the Central Sudan states in the sixteenth century: some reinterpretations
Abstract presentKano Studies. Volume 1 #1. p. 35-55.

Book chapterHunwick, J.O. (1966)
Religion and state in the Songhay Empire, 1464-1591
Abstract presentIn: Islam in tropical Africa. p. 296-315.

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