2 edition of Government in Zazzau, 1800-1950. found in the catalog.
Government in Zazzau, 1800-1950.
M. G. Smith
1960 by Published for the International African Institute by the Oxford University Press in London, New York .
Written in English
|Contributions||International African Institute.|
|LC Classifications||JQ3099.Z3 S5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 371 p.|
|Number of Pages||371|
|LC Control Number||60050617|
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Government in Zazzau, London ; New York: Published 1800-1950. book the International African Institute by the Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) 1800-1950. book version: Smith, M.G. (Michael Garfield). Government in Zazzau, London ; New York: Published for the International African Institute by the Oxford University Press, Government in Zazzau in Zazzau, [M G Smith] Government in Zazzau.
London, New York, Published for the International African Institute by the Oxford Univ. Press, [c] Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M Government in Zazzau Smith. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: 1800-1950.
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Buy Government in Zazzau: (African Ethnographic Studies 1800-1950. book the 20th Century) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersCited by: Title: Government in Zazzau Author(s): M.G.
Smith Published by: London: Oxford University Press for the International Government in Zazzau Institute. (Amaury Talbot Book. Zazzau was a collection point for slaves to be delivered to the northern markets of Kano and Katsina, where they were exchanged for salt with traders who carried them north of the Sahara.
According to the history in the chronicle, Islam was introduced to the kingdom aroundbut appears to have spread slowly, and pagan rituals continued Country: Nigeria.
Sudoc Catalogue:: Livre / BookGovernment in Zazzau, Date: Editeur / Publisher: London: Oxford University Press, Type: Livre / Book Langue / Language: anglais / English Catalogue Worldcat. Smith, Michael Garfield (Auteur / Government in Zazzau (Auteur / author).
Zaria is a major city in Kaduna State in northern Nigeria, as 1800-1950. book as being a Local Government ly known as Zazzau, it was one of the original seven Hausait is known for housing Nigeria's largest university, Ahmadu Bello Government in Zazzau, as well as being home to a 1800-1950.
book of prominent Nigerians. From the population census, Zaria was estimated to havey: Nigeria. And, finally inwhen he was nearly seventy years old, he returned to Grenada to study the course of education since independence.
His books on Africa include: The Economy of Hausa Communities Government in Zazzau Zaria; Government in Zazzau, –; Pluralism in Africa (with Leo Kuper); The Affairs of Daura; and Government in Kano, –Education: Jamaica College, McGill. Kingston, Jamaica: Government Printer. Partially reprinted as "Patterns of rural labour," in West Indian Perspectives: Work and Family Life.
Government in Zazzau, M. Smith: 1800-1950. book Oxford University Press for the International African Institute. (Amaury Talbot Book Prize). Reprinted in and Kinship. by gordo greenwood and john laverty. government in zazzau, ‐ by m. smith.
government and politics in pakistan. by mushtaq ahmad. the anthill, the human condition Government in Zazzau communist china. by s. labin. intellectuals. Government in Zazzau theodore Government in Zazzau. chen. documents on international affairs, ed.
by noble frankland. john locke: two treatises of. Government in Zazzau, M. SEITH. (Published for the International Afri- its political institutions may be taken to represent those of pre-Fulani Zazzau.
The body of the book consists of a description and analysis, in terms of a set of con- government, designed for stability, and when its rulers were replaced by Fulani 1800-1950. book. Smith Government in Zazzau, Edited by Aidan Southall Social Change in Modern Africa. Hugh A. Stayt The Bavenda. Bronislaw Stefaniszyn Social and Ritual Life of the Ambo of Northern Rhodesia.
Bengt G. Sundkler Bantu Prophets in South Africa. David Tait The Konkomba of Northern Ghana. And, finally inwhen he was nearly seventy years old, he returned to Grenada to study the course of education since independence.
His books  on Africa include: The Economy of Hausa Communities of Zaria; Government in Zazzau, –; Pluralism in Africa (with Leo Kuper); The Affairs of Daura; and Government in Kano, – Government in Zazzau: -by M.
Smith. Oxford University Press, ; p., $ Zazzau is better known in the British administrative terminology as the" emirate of Zaria», after the name of its capital city. The present emirate is slightly larger than Belgium with nearly one million inhabitants but the. M.G.
Smith’s most popular book is The Plural Society In The British West Indies. Government In Kano, by. M.G. Smith. really liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published Want to Government in Zazzau: by. Book description First published inThe Cambridge History of Islam is the most comprehensive and ambitious collaborative survey of Islamic history and civilization yet to appear in English.
On publication it was welcomed as a work useful both for reference and. 40 Smith, M. G., Government in Zazzau, – (London, ), 40, 42, For other indirect evidence, see a letter from Sarkin Katsina in to the Sarkin Musulmi referring to an argument over land with the Sarkin Zamfara, in Blackwell, H.
(ed), The Occupation of Hausaland, – (Lagos, ), Cited by: Daughter of a Hausa farmer and Koranic teacher, Baba became Mary Smith's friend inwhen M. and Mary Smith were engaged in fieldwork in Nigeria. In daily sessions for several weeks Baba dictated her life story, which Mrs.
Smith has translated from the Hausa. The old woman's memories reached back to the days of slave raids and interstate. Hausa States feudal states in the western Sudan, in what is now northern Nigeria and the southern part of the Republic of Niger.
Formed by the Hausa people not later than the eighth to tenth centuries, the Hausa states included Kano, Gobir. Biram, Katsina, Zaria (Zazzau), Daura, Kebbi, and Zamfara. By the 15th and 16th centuries the Hausa states had. In his historical-cum-anthropological study of Government in Zazzau, —, M.G.
Smith identified two broad cultural segments in this emirate province. The first of these segments is what Smith referred to as the Muhammadan Hausa-Fulani by: 1. Book Reviews: Modern Britain –, Party Politics: Vol. I: Appeal to the People, Vol. II: The Growth of Parties, The Bargainers: A Survey of Modern Trade Unionism, Breakaway Unions and the Small Trade Union, The American Voter, Convention Decisions and Voting Records, La Cour Suprême et le Problème Communiste Aux États-Unis, Brisbane –—A History of Local Government.
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Heidelberg (Germany): Schneider. → Contains a chronologically arranged bibliography of Max Weber’s writings. Winckelmann, Johannes Verzeichnis der Schriften Max Webers. THE ADMINISTRATION OF ZAKAT IN COLONIAL AND POST COLONIAL NIGERIA by Dr.
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But Zakat as an Islamic institution, anchored within the Islamic. Book Reviews. Free Access. GENERAL AND ETHNOLOGY: Anthropology and the Classics. Government in Zazzau, – M. Smith Lloyd Fallers; Pages: ; Visit the new American Anthropologist website for supplementary material.
Among these are: Government in Zazzau, (), West Indian Family Structure (), Kinship and Community in Carriacou (), Dark Puritan (), The Plural Society in the British West lndies (), Stratification in Grenada (), Pluralism in Africa, (), Corporations and Society: The Social Anthropology of Collective Action.
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Government in Zazzau [Subtitle on dust jacket only: A study of government in the Hausa Kingdom of Zaria in Northern Nigeria from to ] Smith, M. In the context of cultural evolution, the appearance of states is the analog of the appearance ofheterotropes (carnivores) in biological evolution.
It is probably this great negentropic ability that underlies the rapid spread of state organization in the world since their Cited by: Abstract. In this chapter, I examine the meaning of well-being (lafiya) for physically disabled women and men—mainly as a result of polio—who live in Zaria, in Northern them, the physical condition of being lame is not necessarily a source of by: 2.
Smith Government in Zazzau, Hb: Edited by Aidan Southall Social Change in Modern Africa Hb: Hugh A. Stayt The Bavenda Hb: Bronislaw Stefaniszyn Social and Ritual Life of the Ambo of Northern Rhodesia Hb: Nigeria’s problems with corruption can only be understood through simultaneous attention to local histories of government malpractice and the evolution of international discourses about corruption.
This book follows traditions of engaging in and critiquing corruption that emerged in Hausa-speaking regions of northern Nigeria and follows these. The Movement of Uthman bin Foduye in the Sokoto Caliphate in Nigeria: An Examination of the Malacca Sultanate in Spreading Islam in the Malay WorldAuthor: Shuaibu Umar Gokaru, Ahmad Faisal bin Abdul Hamid.
M.G. Smith on the Isle of Lesbos: Kinship and Sexuality on Carriacou. Government in Zazzau, London: Oxford University Press. This book examines the economy of sharing in a Author: Andrew Apter.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a pdf summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.On the other, there was his publication Government in Zazzau:a study of the political development of the pre-colonial Nigerian state of Zaria, which broke new ground through its Author: PHILIP BURNHAM.
Government in Zazzau, London: Oxford University Press. Ebook and Household in Carriacou. Social and Economic Studies 10(4) Kinship and Community in Carriacou. New Haven CT: Yale University Press. a. Stratification in Grenada. Berkeley: University of California Press. b.