Beyond Timbuktu by Ousmane Oumar Kane PDF

By Ousmane Oumar Kane

Timbuktu is legendary as a middle of studying from Islam’s Golden Age. but it used to be one amongst many scholarly facilities to exist in precolonial West Africa. Ousmane Kane charts the increase of Muslim studying in West Africa from the start of Islam to the current day and corrects lingering misconceptions approximately Africa’s Muslim history and its influence.

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