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African Bibliophiles: Books and Libraries in Medieval Timbuktu
The West African city of Timbuktu flourished as a center for Islamic scholarship from the fourteenth through the sixteenth centuries. The social structure of the city was based on wealth, withExpand
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The Routledge Companion to Media and Race
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Brothers at Odds: Rival Islamic Movements in Late Nineteenth Century New York City
Abstract In late 1893, the nascent Indian-backed American Islamic Propaganda movement, led by Mohammed Alexander Russell Webb, fell into discord. Emin L. Nabakoff and John A. Lant left the movementExpand
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The New Encyclopedia of Islam
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Entering Academic Librarianship: Tips for Library School Students
L'auteur donne plusieurs conseils aux etudiants commencant des etudes de bibliotheconomie: parmi ces conseils, celui d'etablir de fortes relations avec des professionnels qui effectuent des tâchesExpand
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“That Ye May Know Each Other”: Late Victorian Interactions between British and West African Muslims
From the early 1890s to 1908 members of the Liverpool Moslem Institute led by Sheik William Henry Abdullah Quilliam had extensive contacts with their West African Muslim counterparts. This era wasExpand
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The Life and Work of D.H. Hyers, 1913-1997
The following is a sketch of the life and work of Donald Holmes Hyers, Professor Emeritus from the University of Southern California. The theorem put forth by Hyers in 1941 concerning linearExpand
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Sources: Encyclopedia of Islam