Table of contents for France and Islam in West Africa, 1860-1960 / Christopher Harrison.

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1. Introduction
Part I. 1850-1989: Nineteenth-century origins of French Islamic policy: 2. French Islamic policy in Senegal and Algeria
Part II. 1898-1912: The Fear of Islam: 3. The fear of Islam
4. Education policy and Islam
5. French Islamic policy in crisis: the Futa Jallon 1909-1912
Part III. French Scholarship and the Definition of Islam Noir: 6. Scholar-administrators and the definition of Islam Noir
7. The First World War
Part IV 1920-1940: The French Stake in Islam Noir: 8. Post-war attitudes to Islam
9. The French stake in Islam
10. The 'rediscovery' of Islam
11. Epilogue 1940-1960
12. Conclusion

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Muslims Africa, French-speaking West Political activity, France Colonies Africa Administration, Islam and politics Africa, French-speaking West, Africa, French-speaking West Politics and government 1884-1960