Table of contents for Slavery on the frontiers of Islam / Paul E. Lovejoy, editor.

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Paul Lovejoy, "Slavery, the Bilad al-Sudan and the
Frontiers of the African Diaspora"
Chapter 2 - Michael LaRue, "The Frontiers of Enslavement:
		Bagirmi and the Trans-Saharan Slave Routes "
Chapter 3 - Ann O'Hear, "Ilorin as a Slaving and Slave Trading Emirate" 
Chapter 4 - Femi J. Kolapo, "The Southward Campaigns of Nupe 
in the Lower Niger Valley"
Chapter 5 - Sean Stilwell, "The Development of 'Mamluk' Slavery
in the Sokoto Caliphate"
Chapter 6 - John Edward Philips, "Slavery on Two Ribat in Kano and Sokoto"
Chapter 7 - Ibrahim Hamza, "Slavery and Plantation Society at Dorayi 
in Kano Emirate"
Chapter 8 - John Hunwick, "The Religious Practices of Black Slaves 
in the Mediterranean Islamic World"
Chapter 9 - Ismael Musah Montana, "Ahmad ibn al-Qadi al-Timbuktawi
on the Bori Ceremonies of Tunis"
Chapter 10 - Yacine Daddi Addoun and Paul Lovejoy, "Muhammad Kaba 
Saghanughu and the Muslim Community of Jamaica"
Chapter 11 - David V. Trotman and Paul E. Lovejoy, "Community of Believers:
Trinidad Muslims and the Return to Africa, 1810-1850"
Chapter 12 - Paul E. Lovejoy, "Muslim Freedmen in the Atlantic World: 
Images of Manumission and Self-Redemption"
Notes on Contributors	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Slavery Sahara History, Slavery Sudan History, Slavery Islamic countries History, Slavery and Islam