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Diversity and Tolerance in the Islam of West Africa
Titre: Diversity and Tolerance in the Islam of West Africa
URL: http://westafricanislam.matrix.msu.edu
Auteur(s): MATRIX - The Center for the Humane Arts, Letters, and Social Sciences Online; Michigan State University <East Lansing, Mich.>; Mark Kornbluh; David W. Robinson; Emmanuel K. Akyeampong; David Wiley
Résumé: "This web site features galleries of audio and video interviews, transcripts, photographs, maps, documents, and multimedia presentations that enable users to explore Islamic traditions in the West African countries of Ghana and Senegal. These rich resources shed light on how Muslims in West Africa accept religious difference and create productive interactions among Christians, Muslims, and practitioners of other faiths.Drawn from a number of African language communities, these materials also provide opportunities for foreign language learners to listen to native speakers of seven African languages -- including Pulaar, Wolof, Mandinka, Jóola Foñi, Bamanankan, Twi, and Hausa." [according to site editor’s information] [changed]
Mots-clés: religion; écriture arabe; Catholicisme; culture écrite / culture de l’écrit; administration coloniale; école coranique / médersa
Pays: Gambie;
Ghana;
Sénégal
Sujet(s): Religion et philosophie » Islam
Types de source: Sites web thématiques;
Sources historiques uniques;
Sources audios uniques;
Collections de films et vidéos
Langue(s): anglais
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