Africanists and Africans of the Maghrib II: casualties of secularity

  title={Africanists and Africans of the Maghrib II: casualties of secularity},
  author={M. Mohamed},
  journal={The Journal of North African Studies},
  pages={409 - 431}
  • M. Mohamed
  • Published 14 May 2012
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of North African Studies
This article is the second segment of a two-part project that deconstructs Africanist conceptions of the origin of black Africans of the Maghrib. In the first part, I identified the textual threads linking Africanist discourses on Africans (blacks) of the Maghrib to abolitionism. This sequel is designed to accomplish two things. First, I will sketch a textual genesis for the twin concepts underpinning both the Africanist and abolitionist polemics: the notions of sensuality and miscegenation… Expand


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