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

Periodical articleRajah-Carrim, A. (2004)
The role of Mauritian Creole in the religious practices of Mauritian Muslims
Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages. Volume 19 #2. p. 363-375.

Periodical articleZappa, F. (2004)
L'Islamizzazione della lingua bambara in Mali: tra pubblicistica scritta ed epos orale
Abstract presentRivista degli Studi Orientali. Volume 77 (supplément No. 2). p. 119.

Dissertation / thesisZappa, F. (2004)
Islam e lingua bambara nel Mali contemporaneo: l'islamizzazione della letteratura orale tradizionale e la nuova pubblicistica islamica scritta
Abstract presentthèse de doctorat en Islamologie. Université de Rome 'La Sapienza'. 446p.

Book chapterZappa, F. (2004)
Pour une approche islamologique aux langues africaines: les cas du bambara au Mali
In: Gonçalves, A.C. (ed.), O Islão na África Subsariana. Porto: Centro de Estudos Africanos da Universidade do Porto. p. 149-158.

BookKnappert, J. (2001)
Law glossary of Islamic terms in Swahili
Peramiho: Benedictine Publications Ndanda. 128p.

Periodical articleOrwin, Martin (2001)
See this documentLanguage Use in Three Somali Religious Poems
Journal of African Cultural Studies. Volume 14 #1. June. p. 69-87.

Periodical articleAdama, Hamadou (2000)
The new naming system among the Fulani of Northern Cameroon
Journal of Nomadic Studies (Kaduna). Volume 3. p. 99-100.

Dissertation / thesisMahomed, I.B.B. (1998)
A comparative study of Zulu and Muslim traditional healers: A sociolinguistic perspective
master thesis. University of Durban-Westville.

Periodical articleNasiru, W.O.A. (1998)
The impact of Islam on child naming among the Yoruba
Abstract presentOrita: Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies. Volume 30 #1-2. p. 85-93.

BookZawawi, Sharifa M. (1998)
African Muslim names: images and identities
Abstract presentTrenton, NJ: Africa World Press. 186p.

Periodical articleAdama, Hamadou (1997)
Les nouveaux prénoms des Peuls du Cameroun: historique et essai d'intérpretation
Frankfurter Afrikanistische Blätter. Volume 9. p. 9-19.

Periodical articleAdama, Hamadou (1997)
Les nouveaux prénoms des Peuls du Nord-Cameroun: historique et essai d'interprétation
Ngaoundéré-Anthropos. Volume 2. p. 19-40.

Periodical articleAdama, Hamadou (1997)
Les nouveaux prénoms des Peuls du Nord-Cameroun: historique et essai d'interprétation
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #11. p. 67-84.

Periodical articleKuczynski, L. (1997)
La dictature du nom: du patronyme au pseudonyme chez les marabouts africains de Paris
L'Homme. Volume 141. p. 101-117.

Dissertation / thesisIsmail, R. (1995)
An approach to implementing meaningful communicative language activity material for use at primary school: A case study at Cravenbury Senior Secondary (Greater Cape Town)
master thesis. University of Western Cape. 100p.

Periodical articleJadwat, A. (1995)
The role of Arabic in the new South Africa
Journal for Islamic studies. Volume 15. p. 78-90.

Periodical articleMahomed, I. (1994)
The status of Urdu in the South African Muslim community: An ethnographic perspective
Arabic Studies (Durban). Volume 19. p. 116-153.

Book chapterLacunza-Balda, J. (1993)
The role of Kiswahili in East African Islam
In: Brenner, Louis (ed.), Muslim identity and social change in Sub-Saharan Africa. p. 227-238.

BookMukhtar, I.B. (1993)
Our Muslim names: Their meaning and significance
Abstract presentKano: Hidayatullah Multi-Lingual. 16p.

Periodical articleMukhtar, R.I. (1992)
The linguistic background of some religious crises in Kano
Al-Bayan: Journal of Islamic research. Volume 1 #1. p. 73-81.

Periodical articleTopan, Farouk M. (1992)
See this documentSwahili as a Religious Language
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 22 #4. November. p. 331-349.

Periodical articleFrankl, Peter J.L. (1990)
See this documentThe Word for 'God' in Swahili
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 20 #3. October. p. 269-275.

Dissertation / thesisJhazbay, M.I.D. (1988)
Towards designing a Quranic Arabic course for Muslim youth in South Africa
master thesis. Salford University.

Periodical articleBrenner, Louis and Last, Murray (1985)
See this documentThe Role of Language in West African Islam
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 55 #4. p. 432-446.

Periodical articleCham, Mbye B. (1985)
See this documentIslam in Senegalese Literature and Film
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 55 #4. p. 447-464.

Periodical articleKarim, Goolam M. (1984)
The Contribution of Muslims to South African Culture
Abstract presentBulletin on Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa. Volume 2 #1. January. p. 1-10.

Periodical articleElias, Youssif (1982)
Islam et vie culturelle en Afrique
Abstract presentÉthiopiques: revue socialiste de culture négro-africaine. #29. p. 15-27.

BookOseni, Z.I. (1981)
A guide to Muslim name, with special reference to Nigeria
Abstract presentLagos: Islamic Publications Bureau. 101p.

Periodical articleSanneh, Lamin O. (1980)
See this documentThe Domestication of Islam and Christianity in African Societies
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 11 #1. p. 1-12.

Periodical articleMkelle, M. Burhan (1976)
Religious concepts in the formation of Swahili expressions
Abstract presentKiswahili. Volume 46 #2. p. 41-46.

Periodical articleEguchi, Paul Kazuhisa (1975)
Notes on the Arabic-Fulfulde translational reading in Northern Cameroon
Abstract presentKyoto University African Studies. Volume 9. p. 177-250.

Book chapterMazrui, A.A. (1975)
English and Islam in East and West Africa
In: The political sociology of the English language: An African perspective. p. 54-68.

Book chapterMazrui, A.A. (1971)
Islam and the English language in East and West Africa
In: Whiteley, W.H. (ed.), Language use and social change. Oxford: Oxford University Press. p. 179-197.

Book chapterMazrui, A.A. (1969)
Islam and the English language in East and West Africa
In: Wort und Religion. Kalima na dini. Studien zu Afrikanistik, Missionswissenschaft, Religionswissenschaft. p. 179-197.

Periodical articleKnappert, J. (1966)
Swahili Islamic terms
Dini na Mila. Volume 4 #1. p. 6-22.

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