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Periodical articleSaunders, Margaret O. (2019)
See this publicationIslamic scholarship on the Hausa / Kanuri frontier: the Malamai of Mirriah
Canadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 53 #2. p. 295-315.

BookOchonu, Moses E. (2014)
Colonialism by Proxy: Hausa imperial agents and middle belt consciousness in Nigeria
Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. 273p.

Periodical articleO'Rourke, Harmony S. (2012)
See this publicationNative foreigners and the ambiguity of order and identity: the case of African diasporas and Islamic law in British Cameroon
Abstract presentHistory in Africa. Volume 39. p. 97-122.

BookNa'allah, Abdul Rasheed (2010)
African discourse in Islam, oral traditions, and performance
New York: Routledge. African studies history, politics, economics, and culture. 183p.

Dissertation / thesisPasian, Michela (2010)
Anthropologie du rituel de possession Bori en milieu Hawsa au Niger: quand les génies cohabitent avec Allah
Paris: L'Harmattan. Collection anthropologie critique. 265p.

BookSalamone, Frank A. (2010)
The Hausa of Nigeria
Lanham: University Press of America. 214p.

Periodical articleClough, Paul (2009)
See this publicationThe impact of rural political economy on gender relations in Islamizing Hausaland, Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 79 #4. p. 595-613.

BookGaudio, Rudolf Pell (2009)
Allah made us: sexual outlaws in an Islamic African city
Abstract presentChichester, West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell. New directions in ethnography #3. 237p.

Periodical articleKrings, Matthias (2008)
See this publicationConversion on screen: a glimpse at popular Islamic imaginations in northern Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 54 #4. p. 45-68.

BookBivins, Mary Wren (2007)
Telling stories, making histories: women, words, and Islam in nineteenth-century Hausaland and the Sokoto Caliphate
Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. Social history of Africa. 192p.

Periodical articleAminu, Muhammad Lawal (2006)
See this publicationReformism as a Theme in Hausa Religio-Political Poetry
Abstract presentJournal of African Cultural Studies. Volume 18 #2. p. 235-245.

BookCooper, Barbara M. (2006)
Evangelical Christians in the Muslim Sahel
Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. African systems of thought. 462p.

Dissertation / thesisMahdi, Hauwa (2006)
Gender and citizenship: Hausa women's political identity from the caliphate to the protectorate
Göteborg: University of Göteborg. Avhandlingar från Historiska Institutionen vid Göteborgs Universitet #46. 340p.

Periodical articleAdeleke, Ademola (2005)
Islam and Hausa Culture
Abstract presentLagos Historical Review. Volume 5. p. 99-110.

Periodical articleBrigaglia, Andrea (2005)
See this publicationTwo published Hausa translations of the Qur'ân and their doctrinal background
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 35 #4. p. 424-449.

BookMack, Beverly B. (2004)
Muslim women sing: Hausa popular song
Bloomington: Indiana University Press. African expressive cultures. 302p.

Periodical articleMiles, William F.S. (2003)
See this publicationShari'a as De-Africanization: Evidence from Hausaland
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 50 #1. Spring/Summer. p. 51-75.

Periodical articleWhitsitt, Novian (2003)
See this publicationIslamic-Hausa Feminism Meets Northern Nigerian Romance: The Cautious Rebellion of Bilkisu Funtuwa
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 46 #1. April. p. 137-153.

Periodical articleWerthmann, Katja (2002)
See this publicationMatan Bariki, 'Women of the Barracks': Muslim Hausa Women in an Urban Neighbourhood in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 72 #1. p. 112-130.

Periodical articleWhitsitt, Novian (2002)
See this publicationIslamic-Hausa feminism and Kano market literature: Qur'anic reinterpretation in the novels of Balaraba Yakubu
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 33 #2. p. 119-136.

Periodical articleYahuza Bello, Muhammad (2002)
Indigenous Hausa number system
Abstract presentAfrikanistische Arbeitspapiere: Schriftenreihe des Kölner Instituts für Afrikanistik. #70. p. 191-198.

Periodical articleHutson, A.S. (2001)
Women, men, and patriarchal bargaining in an Islamic Sufi order: The Tijaniyya in Kano, Nigeria, 1937 to the present
Abstract presentGender & Society. Volume 15 #5. p. 734-753.

Periodical articlePratt, S.E.; Flood, A. (2001)
Friday mosques and the formation of local identity: Hausa politics and the impact of ethnographic fieldwork in a village divided, Maradi (Niger)
Cambridge Anthropology. Volume 22 #2. p. 20-36.

Periodical articleZakaria, Yakubu (2001)
See this publicationEntrepreneurs at Home: Secluded Muslim Women and Hidden Economic Activities in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentNordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 107-123.

Periodical articleDüking, Birte (2000)
See this publicationStatus femminile e consuetudine islamica: l'istituzione della 'kulle' nella Nigeria settentrionale
Abstract presentAfrica: rivista trimestrale di studi e documentazione. Volume 55 #3. p. 338-362.

Periodical articleMasquelier, Adeline M. (2000)
See this publicationOf Headhunters and Cannibals: Migrancy, Labor, and Consumption in the Mawri Imagination
Abstract presentCultural Anthropology. Volume 15 #1. p. 84-126.

Periodical articleBuba, Malami; Furniss, Graham (1999)
See this publicationYouth Culture, Bandiri, and the Continuing Legitimacy Debate in Sokoto Town
Abstract presentJournal of African Cultural Studies. Volume 12 #1. June. p. 27-46.

Periodical articleCooper, Barbara M. (1999)
The strength in the song: Muslim personhood, audible capital and Hausa women's performance of the hajj
Social Text. Volume 17 #60. p. 1-23.

Periodical articleMeunier, Olivier (1998)
See this publicationMarabouts et courants religieux en pays hawsa: dynamique de l'islamisation de la ville de Maradi à la fin du XIXème siècle et durant le XXème siècle
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 32 #3. p. 521-557.

BookMeunier, Olivier (1998)
Les voies de l'islam au Niger dans le Katsina indépendant du XIXe au XXe siècle: (Maradi, pays hawsa)
Paris: Publications Scientifiques du Muséum. Mémoires de l'Institut d'Ethnologie, Université de Paris. 232p.

Periodical articleSalamone, Frank A. (1998)
The Waziri and the thief: Hausa Islamic law in a Yoruba city: a case study from Ibadan, Nigeria
Abstract presentJournal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law. #42. p. 139-156.

BookAbdalla, Ismail Hussein (1997)
Islam, medicine, and practitioners in Northern Nigeria
Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press. Studies in African health and medicine #6. 188p.

BookMeunier, Olivier (1997)
Les routes de l'islam: anthropologie politique de l'islamisation de l'Afrique de l'Ouest en général et du pays hawsa en particulier du VIIIe au XIXe siècle
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. Études africaines. 203p.

Periodical articlePellow, Deborah (1997)
See this publicationMale Praise-Singers in Accra: In the Company of Women
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 67 #4. p. 582-601.

Periodical articleRyan, Patrick J. (1996)
Islam in Ghana: its major influences and the situation today
Abstract presentOrita: Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies. Volume 28 #1-2. p. 70-84.

Periodical articleMeunier, Olivier (1995)
Enseignements de base, politiques d'éducation et stratégies éducatives en milieu haoussa: le cas de la ville de Maradi (Niger)
Abstract presentCahiers des sciences humaines. Volume 31 #3. p. 617-634.

Periodical articlePilaszewicz, Stanislaw (1995)
Traditional beliefs of the Hausa people
Abstract presentHemispheres: Studies on Cultures and Societies. #10. p. 87-94.

Periodical articleAbdurrahman, U. (1994)
Themes of Sufism in Aliyu Na Mangi's poetry
Islamic Culture. Volume 68 #3. p. 19-29.

Periodical articleAbdurrahman, U. (1994)
Use of images and metaphors to illustrate themes in Aliyu Na Mangi's Sufi poetry
Islamic Culture. Volume 68 #2. p. 7-22.

Dissertation / thesisBivins, M.W. (1994)
Women, ecology and Islam in the making of modern Hausa cultural history
Ph.D. dissertation. Michigan State University. 260p.

Periodical articleChaibou, Elhadji O. (1994)
Marriage, Tradition, and Womanhood in Hausa Society: Women's Perspectives
Abstract presentUfahamu. Volume 22 #3. p. 63-76.

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

Periodical articleMerritt, Nikki (1994)
See this publicationNana Asma'u, Her Elegies and the Possibility of 'Insider Alternatives'
Abstract presentAfrican Languages and Cultures. Volume 7 #2. p. 91-99.

Book chapterMasquelier, Adeline M. (1993)
Narratives of power, images of wealth: The ritual economy of 'Bori' in the market
Abstract presentIn: Comaroff, J.; Comaroff, J.L. (eds.), Modernity and Its Malcontents: Ritual and Power in Postcolonial Africa. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press. p. 3-33.

Periodical articleBlanckmeister, Barbara (1992)
Islam, Tradition und Ökonomie aus der Sicht nordnigerianischer Unternehmer
Abstract presentAfrika Spectrum. Volume 27 #1. p. 25-42.

BookHassan, S.M. (1992)
Art and Islamic literacy among the Hausa of Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentLewiston: E. Mellen Press. 373p.

BookKoster, Rimkje (1990)
Hausa vrouwen en Islam: islamisering van de Hausastaten in de negentiende eeuw en de plaats van islamitische huwelijksinstituties in de samenleving van Hausa groeperingen in Nigeria
Abstract presentLeiden: Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, Onderzoek en Dokumentatie Centrum Vrouwen en Autonomie (VENA). VENA working papers #90-3. 77p.

Periodical articleAbdurrahman, U. (1989)
Themes of Sufism in Aliyu Na Mangi's poetry
Islamic Studies. Volume 28. p. 29-38.

Dissertation / thesisBlanckmeister, Elsa Barbara (1989)
'Di:n wa dawla': Islam, Politik und Ethnizität im Hausaland und in Adamawa
Abstract presentEmsdetten: Andreas Gehling. Reihe Islam & Ethnologie #2. 167p.

Periodical articleYarwihi, Ibrahim (1989)
The Resemblance between the Tradition of the Near East and the Culture of the Hausa in Nigeria as Seen in Popular Religious Beliefs
Abstract presentBulletin on Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa. Volume 7 #3. July. p. 1-20.

BookWall, L.L. (1988)
Hausa medicine: Illness and well-being in a West African culture
Abstract presentDurham: Duke University Press. 370p.

Dissertation / thesisMoussa, O. (1987)
La culture arabo-islamique, les Haoussas du Sud-Cameroun (le cas de Yaoundé) et l'intégration nationale
thèse de doctorat (nouveau régime). Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris III). 324p.

Periodical articleHeine, P. (1986)
Fremde Muslime: Hausa Gemeinden in der Diaspora
Zeitschrift für Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft. Volume 70 #4. p. 288-298.

Periodical articleCallaway, Barbara J. (1984)
See this publicationAmbiguous Consequences of the Socialisation and Seclusion of Hausa Women
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 22 #3. September. p. 429-450.

Periodical articleCobbald, E. (1983)
Muslim Hausa women in northern Nigeria: an annotated bibliography
Abstract presentAfrican Research and Documentation. #32. p. 22-29.

Dissertation / thesisColes, C.M. (1983)
Muslim Women in town: Social change among the Hausa of Northern Nigeria
Ph.D. dissertation. Madison.

Dissertation / thesisWall, L.L. (1982)
Traditional medicine and the values of life in a rural Hausa village
Ph.D. dissertation. Oxford University.

Dissertation / thesisDarrah, A.C. (1980)
A hermeneutic approach to Hausa therapeutics: The Allegory of the Living Fire
Ph.D. dissertation. Northwestern University.

Book chapterHiskett, M. (1979)
L'Islam dans la propagande politique Haoussa en vers de 1946 jusqu'a l'indépendance du Nigeria du Nord
Abstract presentIn: La contribution du Christianisme et de l'Islam à la formation d'Etats indépendants en Afrique au Sud du Sahara. p. 105-119.

Conference paperPittin, R. (1979)
Hausa women and Islamic law: is reform necessary?
Abstract presentWaltham, MA: African Studies Association. 20p.

Periodical articleBesmer, Fremont E. (1977)
See this publicationInitiation into the Bori Cult: A Case Study in Ningi Town
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 47 #1. p. 1-13.

BookWorks, J.A. (1976)
Pilgrims in a strange land: Hausa communities in Chad
Abstract presentNew York: Columbia University Press. 280p.

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