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Transmettre l’histoire de l’Afrique

Hirsch, Bertrand (27 juil. 2015)

À travers la lecture critique de quelques ouvrages traitant de l'Afrique et de son histoire, cette note cherche à comprendre ce qui, dans la transmission de l'histoire des sociétés africaines, ne fonctionne pas, ou moins bien que pour d'autres régions et civilisations. Pourquoi tolère-t-on un ...

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Slavery, antislavery, political rivalry and regional networks in East African waters, 1877-1883

Alpers, Edward A. (21 déc. 2015)

This paper explores the dynamic between local, regional, and global forces for the Comoro Islands between the 1873 treaty mandating abolition of the export slave trade from Zanzibar to the imposition of French suzerainty over the Comoro Islands in 1886. Locally, my context is the Comoro Islands; ...

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Foodways of Enslaved Laborers on French West Indian Plantations (18th-19th century)

Kelly, Kenneth G. et al. (30 janv. 2015)

In the plantation settlements of the Americas, enslaved Africans and their descendants were compelled to create a system of foodways that provided sufficient nutrition for their survival and that could be assembled out of the resources available to them. The ability of the enslaved plantation ...

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Eating and Drinking at the Royal Hospital of Mozambique Island: Medicine and Diet Change between the end of the 18th and the early 19th century1

Rodrigues, Eugénia (30 janv. 2015)

This article analyses the social construction of the hospital diet in Mozambique Island and the process of dietary change induced by the European medical discourse and extended to the East African colonial world, at the end of the Ancien Régime. Mozambique Island, former capital of the Portuguese ...

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Bentyia (Kukyia): a Songhay–Mande meeting point, and a “missing link” in the archaeology of the West African diasporas of traders, warriors, praise-singers, and clerics

Moraes Farias, Paulo Fernando de (28 juin 2013)

The present tragedy in Mali draws our attention to the divisions, tensions and conflicts between West African ethnic groups, religious persuasions, and populations from different regions, in both the present and the past. But a long-term critical perspective on the past brings to light borrowings ...

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A propaganda document in support of the 19th century Caliphate of Ḥamdallāhi: Nūḥ b. al-Ṭāhir al-Fulānī’s “Letter on the appearance of the twelfth caliph” (Risāla fī ẓuhūr al-khalīfa al-thānī ʻashar)

Nobili, Mauro (12 déc. 2016)

The Caliphate of Ḥamdallāhi, located in the modern Republic of Mali, was founded by Aḥmad Lobbo in 1818 and left behind a huge corpus of Arabic correspondence and dispatches that is mainly unexplored by historians. This corpus, composed of documents related to the internal administration of the ...

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Ewosṭateans at the Council of Florence (1441): Diplomatic Implications between Ethiopia, Europe, Jerusalem and Cairo

Kelly, Samantha (29 juin 2016)

This article argues that at the Council of Florence, arguably the most important instance of European–Ethiopian diplomacy before the 16th century, the delegates representing the Ethiopian Orthodox Church were Ewosṭatean monks—schismatics, whose positions were not yet accepted by Ethiopian ...

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