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BookKane, Ousmane Oumar (2016)
Beyond Timbuktu: an intellectual history of Muslim West Africa
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 282p.

BookLaunay, Robert (ed.) (2016)
Islamic education in Africa: writing boards and blackboards
Abstract presentBloomington: Indiana University Press. 323p.

BookHaghighat-Sordellini, Elhum (2010)
Women in the Middle East and North Africa: change and continuity
New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 216p.

Periodical articleSamwini, Nathan Iddrisu (2010)
Islam and western type of education in a religiously pluralistic African society: the case of Ghana
Orita: Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies. Volume 42 #2. p. 49-66.

Periodical issueBouwman, Dinie and Breedveld, Anneke (eds.) (2006)
See this documentEducation in the Mande world
Abstract presentMande Studies. Volume 8. 182p.

Book chapterAhmed, A.C. (2005)
Tarîqa, État et enseignement islamique aux Comores: réseaux d'hier et d'aujourd'hui
In: L'Islam politique au sud du Sahara: identités, discours et enjeux. p. 49-68.

Dissertation / thesisBouwman, Dinie Mareike Elisabeth (2005)
See this documentThrowing stones at the moon: the role of Arabic in contemporary Mali
Ph.D. dissertation. Leiden: Research School CNWS. 224p.

Periodical articleBreidlid, A. (2005)
Sudanese migrants in the Khartoum area: Fighting for educational space
Abstract presentInternational Journal of Educational Development. Volume 25 #3. p. 253-268.

Periodical articleBreidlid, Anders (2005)
Education in the Sudan: The privileging of an Islamic discourse
Abstract presentCompare. Volume 35 #3. p. 247-263.

Periodical articleFataar, A. (2005)
Discourse, differentiation, and agency: Muslim community schools in post-apartheid Cape Town
Comparative Education Review. Volume 49 #1. p. 23-43.

Dissertation / thesisFortier, Corinne (2005)
Corps, différence des sexes et infortune: transmission de l'identité et des savoirs en islam malékite et dans la société maure de Mauritanie
thèse de doctorat. Paris: EHESS. 2 v.p.

Periodical articleIddrisu, Abdulai (2005)
See this documentThe Growth of Islamic Learning in Northern Ghana and its Interaction with Western Secular Education
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 30 #1-2. p. 53-67.

Book chapterSambauma, H. (2005)
Chants de propagande islamique des madâris de la Grande Comore
In: L'Islam politique au sud du Sahara: identités, discours et enjeux. p. 243-264.

Dissertation / thesisAdam, S.A. (2004)
Association of Muslim Schools (AMS): The need and relevance for the establishment of Muslim private schools in South Africa
master thesis. University of KwaZulu-Natal. 153p.

Periodical articleBondarenko, D.M. (2004)
'The fruit of enlightenment': Education, politics, and Muslim-Christian relations in contemporary Tanzania
Abstract presentIslam and Christian-Muslim Relations. Volume 15 #4. p. 443-468.

BookBoyle, H.N. (2004)
Quranic schools: Agents of preservation and change
Abstract presentNew York: Routledge/Falmer. 160p.

Book chapterChesworth, J. (2004)
Approaches to teaching Islam in the twenty first century
In: Theological education in contemporary Africa. p. 181-210.

Book chapterDaun, H. and Okuma-Nyström, M.K. and Sane, A. (2004)
Islamic, secular or both: The struggle over education in West Africa
In: Daun, H. and Walford, G. (eds.), Educational strategies among Muslims in the context of globalization: Some national case studies. Leiden: Brill. p. 165-185.

Book chapterHasan, M.S. and Robleh, S.M. (2004)
Islamic revival and education in Somalia
In: Daun, H. and Walford, G. (eds.), Educational strategies among Muslims in the context of globalization: Some national case studies. Leiden: Brill. p. 141-163.

Dissertation / thesisMoore, L.C. (2004)
Learning languages by heart: Second language socialization in a Fulbe community
Abstract presentPh.D. dissertation. University of California.

Periodical articleSadouni, S. (2004)
Integration and Islamic education in South Africa
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 14. p. 18-19.

Dissertation / thesisShani, M.A. (2004)
The contribution of Sheikh Ameir Tajo to Islamic education in Zanzibar
post graduate diploma thesis. Islamic University of Mbale.

Book chapterUmar, Muhammad Sani (2004)
Mass Islamic Education and Emergence of Female Ulama in Northern Nigeria: Background, Trends, and Consequences
In: Reese, Scott S. (ed.), The Transmission of Learning in Islamic Africa. Leiden: Brill. #2. p. 99-120.

Periodical articleYahaya, Eliasu (2004)
See this documentChristian Churches in Ilorin, Nigeria: A Brief Historical Survey
Abstract presentJournal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 24 #1. April. p. 175-180.

Book chapterAdetona, A.L.M. (2003)
The prospects of Islamic studies in a south-western Nigerian university
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. 62-72.

Periodical articleArditi, Claude (2003)
Les conséquences du refus de l'école chez les populations musulmanes du Tchad au XXème siècle
Abstract presentJournal des africanistes. Volume 73 #1. p. 7-22.

Periodical articleAwofeso, N. and Ritchie, J. and Degeling, P. (2003)
The Almajiri heritage and the threat of non-state terrorism in Northern Nigeria: Lessons from Central Asia and Pakistan
Abstract presentStudies in Conflict and Terrorism. Volume 26 #4. p. 311-325.

Periodical articleBabou, Cheikh Anta Mbacké (2003)
See this documentEducating the Murid: Theory and Practices of Education in Amadu Bamba's Thought
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 33 #3. p. 310-327.

Periodical articleFataar, A. (2003)
See this documentMuslim community schools: Exemplifying adaption in post-apartheid South Africa
Annual Review of Islam in South Africa. Volume 6. p. 10-16.

Periodical articleFortier, Corinne (2003)
'Une pédagogie coranique': modes de transmission des savoirs islamiques (Mauritanie)
Abstract presentCahiers d'études africaines. Volume 43 #169-170. p. 235-260.

Periodical articleGandolfi, Stefania (2003)
L'enseignement islamique en Afrique noire
Abstract presentCahiers d'études africaines. Volume 43 #169-170. p. 261-277.

BookKavas, Ahmet (2003)
L'enseignement islamique en Afrique francophone: les medersas de la république du Mali
Istanbul: Centre de recherches sur l'histoire, l'art et la culture islamiques, IRCICA. Sources et études sur l'Islam en Afrique série; 2. 424p.

Dissertation / thesisMall, M. (2003)
The teaching of Arabic to learners in Muslim private schools in South Africa and Botswana
master thesis. University of South Africa. 200p.

Periodical articleMohamed Abdi, Mohamed (2003)
Retour vers les 'dugsi', écoles coraniques en Somalie
Abstract presentCahiers d'études africaines. Volume 43 #169-170. p. 351-369.

BookOkuma-Nyström, M.K. (2003)
God turns the chapter and everything changes: Children's socialization in two Gambian villages
Stockholm: Stockholm University, Institute of International Education. Studies in comparative and international education 63. 229p.

Book chapterOpeloye, M.O. (2003)
The place of religion in the secondary school curriculum within the Nigerian educational system
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. 21-36.

Periodical articlePenrad, Jean-Claude (2003)
Religieux et profane dans l'école coranique: le cas de l'Afrique orientale et de l'Océan Indien occidental
Abstract presentCahiers d'études africaines. Volume 43 #169-170. p. 321-336.

BookSiddiq, A.A. (2003)
Islamization of knowledge: Epistemological basis, early contributions and present setback
Kano: International Institute of Islamic Thought, Nigeria Office. 92p.

Periodical articleSulemana, Hajj M. (2003)
Islamic Literacy Tradition in Ghana
Maghreb Review. Volume 28 #2-3. p. 170-185.

Periodical articleUmar, Muhammad Sani (2003)
See this documentProfiles of New Islamic Schools in Northern Nigeria
Maghreb Review. Volume 28 #2-3. p. 146-169.

Book chapterAbdoulaye, Galilou (2002)
The graduates of Islamic universities in Benin: A modern elite seeking social, religious and political recognition
In: Islam in Africa. p. 129-146.

Periodical articleAdomako Ampofo, Akosua (2002)
Teaching and Learning in Ghana: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 5. p. 3-20.

Book chapterAsdonk, B. (2002)
Religionsunterricht im öffentlichen Schulwesen? Eine senegalesische Debatte und ihre globale Bezüge
In: Wiegelmann, U. (ed.), Afrikanisch - Europäisch - Islamisch. Entwicklungsdynamik des Erziehungswesens in Senegal. Frankfurt: IKO. p. 135-162.

BookAssaba, Claude (2002)
L'éducation dans la société africaine
Paris: L'Harmattan. Cahiers africains de recherche en éducation #1. 161p.

BookDauda, A. (2002)
Islamization of knowledge programme in Nigeria: Problems and prospects
155p.

Book chapterDaun, H. and Sane, A. (2002)
Senegal: Long Islamic or Western education makes a difference
In: Daun, H. (ed.), Learning skills and life situation: Case studies in Guinea-Bissau, Senegal and Tanzania. Stockholm: Stockholm University, Institute of International Education. p. 29-49.

BookElGarrai, Omer A. (2002)
Problems and prospects of human rights education in Arab Islamic region: Egypt as a case study
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI. 259p.

Periodical articleGatti, Roberto Christian (2002)
Islam e scuole coraniche fra 'tradizioni' e cambiamenti: considerazioni a partire da un caso di studio nel Mali
Geotema. Volume 6 #18. p. 44-55.

Periodical articleIddrisu, Abdulai (2002)
See this documentBetween Islamic and Western Secular Education in Ghana: A Progressive Integration Approach
Abstract presentJournal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 22 #2. October. p. 335-350.

BookKa, Thierno (2002)
Ecole de Pir Saniokhor: histoire, enseignement et culture arabo-islamiques au Sénégal du XVIIIe au XXe siècle
Dakar: GIA. 359p.

BookKanté, A.M. (2002)
Le Sénégal à l'épreuve du naufrage du bateau le 'Joola': enseignements de l'Islam pour un nouveau style de vie
Sénégal. 44p.

Book chapterLoimeier, Roman (2002)
Die historische und aktuelle Dimension der Kampagne gegen Koranschulen in Senegal
In: Wiegelmann, U. (ed.), Afrikanisch - Europäisch - Islamisch: Entwicklungsdynamik des Erziehungswesens in Senegal. Frankfurt: IKO. p. 193-219.

Book chapterLoimeier, Roman (2002)
Je veux étudier sans mendier: The campaign against the Quranic schools in Senegal
In: Social welfare in Muslim societies in Africa. p. 118-137.

Periodical articleMohamed, Y. (2002)
Islamic education in South Africa
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 9. p. 30.

Periodical articleMumisa, Michael (2002)
See this documentIslam and Proselytism in South Africa and Malawi
Abstract presentJournal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 22 #2. October. p. 275-298.

Periodical articleOwusu-Ansah, David (2002)
History of Islamic Education in Ghana: An Overview
Ghana Studies. Volume 5. p. 61-81.

Book chapterSeesemann, Rüdiger (2002)
Sufi leaders and social welfare: Two examples from contemporary Sudan
In: Social welfare in Muslim societies in Africa. p. 98-117.

Book chapterTamari, Tal (2002)
Islamic higher education in West Africa: Some examples from Mali
In: Islam in Africa. p. 91-128.

Book chapterTayob, Abdulkader I. (2002)
Islamic discourse on evolution: Response to science, evolution and schooling in South Africa by Jeffrey Lever
In: James, W. and Wilson, L. (eds.), Architect and the Scaffold evolution and education in South Africa. Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council. p. 89-95.

Periodical articleUmar, Muhammad S. (2002)
Islamic arguments for Western education in Northern Nigeria: Mu'azu Hadejia's Hausa poem, 'Ilmin Zamin'
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #16. p. 85-106.

Book chapterAdama, Hamadou (2001)
L'école franco-arabe camerounaise: bilan et perspectives
In: Cameroun 2001: politique, langues, économie et santé. Paris: L'Harmattan. p. 89-136.

Dissertation / thesisAddae, P. (2001)
The history of Islamic education in Ghana
master thesis. SOAS, University of London.

Periodical articleAhmed, A.C. (2001)
Islamic mission in Sub-Saharan Africa: The perspectives of some 'ulamâ' associated with the al-Azhar University (1960-1970)
Die Welt des Islams. Volume 41 #3. p. 348-378.

BookBrenner, Louis (2001)
Controlling knowledge: religion, power and schooling in a West African Muslim society
Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. 343p.

Book chapterGaly, K.A. (2001)
L'école entre l'islam et la laïcité
In: Éducations, diversités culturelles et stratégies en Afrique subsaharienne. p. 115-162.

BookHegeman, B.L. (2001)
Between glory and shame: A historical and systematic study of education and leadership training models among the Baatonu in North Benin
Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum. MISSION; nr. 29. 556p.

Dissertation / thesisHegeman, B.L. (2001)
Between glory and shame: a historical and systematic study of education and leadership training models among the Baatonu in North Benin
Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum. MISSION #29. 556p.

BookLemu, B.A. (2001)
A holistic approach to teaching Islam to children
Minna: Islamic Education Trust.

BookLemu, B.A. (2001)
Child upbringing and moral teaching in Islam
Minna: IET Publications Division.

BookLoimeier, Roman (2001)
Säkularer Staat und islamische Gesellschaft: Die Beziehungen zwischen Staat, Sufi-Bruderschaften und islamischer Reformbewegung in Senegal im 20. Jahrhundert
Abstract presentHamburg: LIT Verlag. 479p.

BookMeunier, Olivier (ed.) (2001)
Éducations, diversités culturelles et stratégies en Afrique subsaharienne
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. Cultures africaines. 249p.

BookOyekan, F. (2001)
Citizenship and leadership training for Muslim youth
Abstract presentMinna: Islamic Education Trust. 20p.

Periodical articleUmar, Muhammad Sani (2001)
See this documentEducation and Islamic Trends in Northern Nigeria: 1970s-1990s
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 48 #2. Summer. p. 127-150.

Book chapterBone, D.S. (2000)
Modernists and marginalisation
In: Bone, David S. (ed.), Malawi's Muslims: Historical perspectives. Blantyre: Christian Literature Association in Malawi. p. 69-88.

Book chapterBrenner, Louis (2000)
Muslim schooling, the state and the ideology of development in Mali
In: Salter, Thomas and King, Kenneth (eds.), Africa, Islam and development: Islam and development in Africa - African Islam, African development. Edinburgh: Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh. p. 235-252.

Periodical articleChanfi Ahmed, Abdallah (2000)
Entre da'wa et diplomatie: Al-Azhar et l'Afrique au sud du Sahara d'après la revue Madjallat al-Azhar dans les année 1960 et 1970
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #14-15. p. 57-80.

BookGaladanci, B.S. (2000)
Islamization of knowledge: A research guide
Kano: International Institute of Islamic Thought, Nigeria Office. 109p.

Periodical articleGatti, Roberto Christian (2000)
See this documentLes écoles coraniques de Djenné: problèmes et perspectives
Djenné Patrimoine Informations. Volume 9. p. 19-36.

Periodical articleGatti, Roberto Christian (2000)
Le scuole coraniche di Djenné: problemi e prospettive
La porta d'oriente. Volume 1 #2. p. 88-100.

Periodical articleGlew, Robert S. (2000)
A discourse-centered approach toward understanding Muslim identities in Zinder, Niger
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #14-15. p. 99-119.

Book chapterMatiki, A.J.I. (2000)
Problems of Islamic education in Malawi
In: Bone, David S. (ed.), Malawi's Muslims: Historical perspectives. Blantyre: Christian Literature Association in Malawi. p. 153-163.

Book chapterNanji, A.A. (2000)
Re-imagining Muslim childhood in East Africa
In: Salter, Thomas and King, Kenneth (eds.), Africa, Islam and development: Islam and development in Africa - African Islam, African development. Edinburgh: Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh. p. 271-281.

Book chapterReichmuth, S. (2000)
Islamic education and scholarship in Sub-Saharan Africa
In: Levtzion, N. and Pouwels, R.L. (eds.), The history of Islam in Africa. p. 419-440.

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

BookSulaiman, S. (2000)
Islamization of knowledge: Background, models and the way forward
Kano: The International Institute of Islamic Thought. 59p.

Book chapterWerthmann, K. (2000)
'Seek for knowledge, even if it is in China!': Muslim women and secular education in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentIn: Salter, Thomas and King, Kenneth (eds.), Africa, Islam and development: Islam and development in Africa - African Islam, African development. Edinburgh: Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh. p. 253-270.

Periodical articleAdama, Hamadou (1999)
L'enseignement privé islamique dans le Nord-Cameroun
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #13. p. 7-39.

BookCissé, B. (1999)
Devoir de vacances: une école coranique que vous avez fréquentée et que vous connaisez bien
Bamako: Editions Jamana. 121p.

Book chapterDiakité, D. (1999)
L'Islam à Djenné
In: Djenné: d'hier à demain. Bamako: Editions Donniya. p. 45-59.

BookDiarra, Y. (1999)
Du kouttab à la Sorbonne: itinéraire d'un talibé
Paris: L'Harmattan. Encres Noires, 180. 127p.

Periodical articleEaston, P. (1999)
See this documentEducation and Koranic literacy in West Africa
IK Notes. Volume 11. p. 1-4.

Periodical articleEaston, Peter B. (1999)
See this documentEducation et alphabétisation en Afrique de l'Ouest grâce à l'enseignement coranique
Notes sur les connaissances autochtones. Volume 11. p. 1-4.

Dissertation / thesisGatti, R. (1999)
Le scuole coraniche di Djenné: retaggi culturali-censimento-problemi-prospettive
tesi di laurea. Università degli Studi di Genova.

Book chapterGomez-Perez, Muriel (1999)
Bilan et perspective de l'enseignement de l'arabe dans les écoles franco-arabes à Dakar et à Thiès: vers la marginalisation d'une jeunesse?
In: Gomez-Perez, M. and Lacabanne, V. (eds.), La diffusion des savoirs dans les Tiers-Mondes: constraintes et perspectives. Paris: Publications universitaires Denis Diderot. p. 41-69.

Book chapterHoltedahl, L. and Mahmoudou, D. (1999)
Le pouvoir du savoir: la vie de Alhaji Ibrahim Goni, juge traditionnel de Ngaoundere
In: Holtedahl, L. and Gerrard, S. and Boutrais, J. and Njeuma, M.Z. (eds.), Le pouvoir du savoir de l'Arctique aux Tropiques. Paris: Karthala. p. 197-230.

Book chapterKenny, J. (1999)
Facing ethnicity and religion: A concern in Nigerian education
In: Inter-ethnic and religious conflict resolution in Nigeria. p. 49-56.

BookMaiwada, D.A. (1999)
Islamization of knowledge: Historical background and recent developments
Kano: International Institute of Islamic Thought. 42p.

Periodical articleMatiki, Alfred J.I. (1999)
See this documentThe Social and Educational Marginalization of Muslim Youth in Malawi
Abstract presentJournal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 19 #2. October. p. 249-259.

Periodical articleOgunbiyi, Isaac A. (1999)
The private papers of Alfa Ya'qub of Ikirun, Nigeria, c. 1890-1965: An initial overview
Abstract presentSudanic Africa. Volume 10. p. 111-132.

Periodical articleOseni, Zakariyau I. (1999)
See this documentThe Traditional and Modern 'Ulama' in Edo State of Nigeria: Achievements and Problems
Abstract presentJournal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 19 #2. October. p. 223-234.

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