Journal of Religion in Africa 39 (2009) 481-483 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/002242009X12553241332064 brill.nl/jra Contents VOLUME 39 editorials Editorial Articles Leonardo Cohen Visions and Dreams: An Avenue for Ethiopians’ Conversion to Catholicism at the Beginning of the Seventeenth Century Muriel Gomez-Perez, Marie-Nathalie LeBlanc, and Mathias Savadogo Young Men and Islam in the 1990s: Rethinking an Intergenerational Perspective Victor Igreja and Béatrice Dias Lambranca The Thursdays as They Live: Christian Religious Transformation and Gender Relations in Postwar Gorongosa, Central Mozambique Mara A. Leichtman Revolution, Modernity and (Trans)National Shi‘i Islam: Rethinking Religious Conversion in Senegal Adam Mohr Missionary Medicine and Akan Th erapeutics: Illness, Health and Healing in Southern Ghana’s Basel Mission, 1828-1918 Bruce L. Mouser Origins of Church Missionary Society Accommodation to Imperial Policy: Th e Sierra Leone Quagmire and the Closing of the Susu Mission, 1804-17 Olatunji Ojo ‘Heepa’ (Hail) Òrìşà: The Òrìsà Factor in the Birth of Yoruba Identity Samuli Schielke Ambivalent Commitments: Troubles of Morality, Religiosity and Aspiration among Young Egyptians Rüdiger Seesemann and Benjamin F. Soares ‘Being as Good Muslims as Frenchmen’: On Islam and Colonial Modernity in West Africa 4 186 262 319 429 375 30 158 91 1, 135, 233,
Journal of Religion in Africa – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2009
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