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Paul Gifford

missionaries are decreasing in numbers, a new way of funding has evolved through ‘twinning’. Presbyteries of Kenya’s Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) have twinning arrangements with various US presbyteries. Twinning is essentially a way of accessing western resources. It can safely be said that

Barbara Morovich

portugaise de Mombasa. Elle est ensuite eff acée par la conquête arabe de 1729. Le missionnaire luthérien Krapf tente une infructueuse pénétration au-delà de la ceinture côtière entre 1844 et 1853, mais se heurte à l’hostilité du climat et des populations (W.B. Anderson, Th e Church in East Africa , Dodoma

Eleanor Nesbitt

fortunes. Ramgarhias were skilled craftsmen— brick-layers, masons, blacksmiths, and carpenters. Whereas the Bhatras and almost all the Jats migrated to the UK directly from India, Ramgarhias came chiefl y from the countries of east Africa, where many Ramgarhia families had been resident for the better part

Introduction

Transnationalism and Mission History

Margo S. Gewurtz and Seija Jalagin

transnational and cosmopolitan is further developed in Karen Brison’s concluding piece on the Harvest Ministry, an independent Fijian Pentecostal church that sends Pacific Island missionaries to Asia, East Africa, Europe and to other Pacific Island nations. This Ministry sees itself as “embedded in a

Bryony Lau

, that Kenyatta deliberately underplayed the scope of the cutting, in full knowledge that the 1926 conference of East Africa governors had explicitly sanctioned clitoridectomy as an acceptable alternative to more extensive cutting, as they deemed complete eradication of the practice in all forms

Liazzat J. K. BONATE

: Conselho Islâmico de Moçambique. Neves, F. A. da Silva. 1901. Informações á cerca da Capitania-Mór de Angoche. Lourenço Mar- ques: Imprensa Nacional. Books and Articles Alpers, E. A. 1972. "Towards a History o f the Expansion o f Islam in East Africa: the Matrilineal Peoples o f the Southern

‘Render to Caesar’

Missionary Thought and the Sudanese State, 1946–1964

Christopher Tounsel

: unifying it with the North, linking it with British East Africa, or allotting some of it to the North and the other to East Africa. The following year the Southern Policy was reversed and Governor-General Hubert Huddleston promised that Sudan would become independent. The reversal was important to British

Norman Etherington

not only because of his role in developing the fi eld of post-colonial literature, but because of his scholarly experience in the West Indies. As it turned out, he chose to feature East African texts in his chapter, but might just as well have focussed on the 6) http

From an Agency of Cultural Destruction to an Agency of Public Health

Transformations in Catholic Missionary Medicine in Post-Colonial Eastern Zambia, 1964–1982

Walima T. Kalusa

,” Journal of African History 39 (1998), pp. 293–312; Glen Ncube, “The Making of Rural Healthcare in Colonial Zimbabwe: A History of the Ndanga Medical Unit, Fort Victoria, 1930–1960s,” PhD dissertation: University of Cape Town, 2012. 7 See John Illiffe, East African Doctors: A History of a Modern

Albertina Nugteren

in an internationally comparative research. Th e roots and routes of twice-migrated East-African Hindus in the U.K. may be vastly diff erent from those of Indian émigrés directly from India, or from Tamil Hindus who fl ed Sri Lanka. What most Hindus in the Netherlands share with, for instance, Hindus