DOI:​10.1163/9789004380189_013
Corpus ID: 201418672
Rethinking the Place of Timbuktu in the Intellectual History of Muslim West Africa
B. S. Hall
Published 2018
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History in Africa

2020
Abstract This article explores archival practices and ownership of the largely Arabic manuscript collections at the Djenné Manuscript Library. From 2009 to 2017 grants from the British Library’s… Expand
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