- Title Pages
- List of illustrations
- List of abbreviations
1Migration, trade, and religious change at the onset of colonialism, 1890–1905
2From Muslim big men to rural waalimu, 1905–1927
3Teachers, elders and shehe: how Islam came to the villages
4The growth of rural madrasa
5The book, the wilderness, and the family: Islamic doctrine and African practice
6The heritage of slavery and the educationalist shehe of the Sufi brotherhoods
7New horizons: the era of independence, 1954–67
8Internal debates and international influences: the rise of Islamic radicalism in the 1990s
- Interviews conducted for this volume
- Becoming Muslim in Mainland Tanzania, 1890-2000
- British Academy
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