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The African diaspora in the Indian Ocean

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Published by Africa World Press in Trenton, NJ .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indian Ocean Region
    • Subjects:
    • Africans -- Indian Ocean Region -- History,
    • African diaspora

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Shihan de Silva Jayasuriya & Richard Pankhurst.
      ContributionsJayasuriya, Shihan de S., Pankhurst, Richard.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS339.3.A34 A34 2001
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3939121M
      ISBN 100865439796, 086543980X
      LC Control Number2001005511

      Anticolonial Homelands across the Indian Ocean: The Politics of the Indian Diaspora in Kenya, ca. – role in the expanding conflict between the white power elite and dominated African population.”1 While this book opened up new and exciting avenues of from Jewish and African models in diaspora studies.7 This intervention has. Description: Although much has been written about the African Diaspora in the Atlantic Ocean, the Diaspora in the Indian Ocean is virtually unrecognised. Concerned with Africans who lived south of the Sahara and were dispersed by free will or forcefully to the non-African lands in the Indian Ocean region, this book deals with a topic that has.

      Omar Hamid Ali (born Febru ) is a historian of the African Diaspora who specializes in the history of independent black political movements in the United States, Islam in the Indian Ocean world, and black resistance to slavery in Latin America. The African Diaspora in the Northwestern Indian Ocean: Reconsideration of an Old Problem, New Directions for Research Edward A. Alpers Search for other works by this author on.

      Specifically, my research focuses on the history of the African diaspora in the Indian Ocean and the comparative history of slavery and abolition. My book, Slaves of One Master: Globalization and Slavery in Arabia in the Age of Empire (Yale University Press, ) explores the history of . Islam, Africa, and the Indian Ocean World The African Diaspora (the free and forced migration of Africans and their descendants) in the Indian Ocean world precedes that of .


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Although much has been written about the African Diaspora in the Atlantic Ocean, the Diaspora in the Indian Ocean is virtually unrecognized. Concerned with Africans, who lived south of the Sahara and were dispersed by free will or forcefully to the non-African lands in the Indian Ocean region, this books deals with a topic that has long been overlooked.5/5(3).

Concerned with Africans, who lived south of the Sahara and were dispersed by free will or forcefully to the non-African lands in the Indian Ocean region, this books deals with /5(7).

The African Diaspora in the Indian Ocean - Google Books. Although much has been written about the African Diaspora in the Atlantic Ocean, the Diaspora in the Indian Ocean is virtually unrecognised.

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Download The African Diaspora In The Indian Ocean books, Although much has been written about the African Diaspora in the Atlantic Ocean, the Diaspora in the Indian Ocean is virtually unrecognised. The African diaspora in the Indian Ocean: a comparative perspective / Edward Alpers Contribution of the Mozambican diaspora in the development of cultural identities in the Indian Ocean islands / Eduardo Medeiros Madagascar and the African diaspora / Malyn Newitt African Diaspora In The Indian Ocean Author: Shihan de S Jayasuriya, Richard Pankhurst ISBN X Although much has been written about the African Diaspora in the Atlantic Ocean, the Diaspora in the Indian Ocean is virtually unrecognized.

Although much has been written about the African Diaspora in the Atlantic Ocean, the Diaspora in the Indian Ocean is virtually unrecognised. African Diaspora in the Indian Ocean. Known as Siddis or Habshis in India, Africans have lived in South Asia for some two millennia.

Over time, they played crucial roles in the politics, economies, religions, cultures, and arts of the region, especially in western parts of India. Though a large number came to the region as captive persons through Arab slavers across the Indian Ocean. To better understand the global African diaspora, it is necessary to study its Indian Ocean dimension, especially the scale of forced migration, rates of manumission, rates of return, the scope of African assimilation into host societies (retention or loss of African identities and practices), and African cultural influences (see Alpers ).

Alpers, E. The African diaspora in the northwestern Indian Ocean. Reconsideration of an old problem, new directions for research. Comparative studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 17(2), 62– CrossRef Google Scholar.

Synopsis Although much has been written about the African Diaspora in the Atlantic Ocean, the Diaspora in the Indian Ocean is virtually s: 2.

The African Diaspora in the Indian Ocean / Edition 1 available in Hardcover, Paperback. Add to Wishlist. ISBN X ISBN Pub. Date: 01/28/ Publisher: Africa World Press. The African Diaspora in the Indian Ocean / Edition 1. Publish your book with B&: $ The African Diaspora in the Indian Ocean World traces a truly unique and fascinating story of struggles and achievements across a variety of societies, cultures, religions, languages and times.

Article: INTRODUCTION. When we think about the African Diaspora, most of. Patrick Manning refuses to divide the African diaspora into the experiences of separate regions and nations.

Instead, he follows the multiple routes that brought Africans and people of African. This book demonstrates the multiplicity of roles performed by Africans and the heights that a few of them reached, even in a single generation.

Drawing on a variety of sources, both oral and documented, this book reveals the extent of the African presence in Asia. See Less. The presence of Africans in Asia has been overshadowed by the tragedy of Atlantic slavery. The African Diaspora in India book. Assimilation, Change and Cultural Survivals.

The African Diaspora in India. DOI link for The African Diaspora in India. Sri Lanka and in Sindh (Pakistan) as a result of the Indian Ocean trade from the thirteenth to nineteenth centuries.

Although much has been written about the African Diaspora in the Atlantic Ocean, the Diaspora in the Indian Ocean is virtually unrecognised.

Concerned with Africans who lived south of the Sahara and were dispersed by free will or forcefully to the non-African lands in the Indian Ocean region, this book deals with a topic that has been overlooked for too long. Although much has been written about the African Diaspora in the Atlantic Ocean, the Diaspora in the Indian Ocean is virtually unrecognised.

Concerned with Africans who lived south of the Sahara and were dispersed by free will or forcefully to the non-African lands in the Indian Ocean region, this book deals with a topic that has been overlooked for too long.

Edward Alpers compares the African Diaspora in the Indian Ocean with that of the Atlantic Ocean. Eduardo Medeiros surveys the Mozambican Diaspora in the Indian Ocean Islands (Madagascar, Seychelles, the Mascarenhas, Mauritius and Reunion) and the cultural identities that they developed.

Goa. Beginning inamong the key Portuguese colonial enclaves in the Indian Ocean world was Goa, located on the western coast of India. West-Central Africans from Angola, Atlantic Africans from Brazil and East Africans from Mozambique—all Portuguese colonies—formed the bulk of the African presence in Goa.

The African presence in the Indian Ocean world represents one of the most neglected aspects of the global diaspora of African peoples. Yet very significant numbers of people of African descent today inhabit virtually all the countries of the western Indian Ocean littoral.

It is evident, however, that African voices have been actively silenced. Book Description This unique history of imperialism, language, and creolization in the largest African diaspora of the Indian Ocean reveals the roles of slavery, travel, Christian missions, and European colonialism in the making of a vernacular literary tradition in the islands of the western Indian Ocean during the age of slavery.COVID Resources.

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