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09/2020, ISBN 3030457583
Although the focus in this chapter is not on the practice of the Islamic disciplineDiscipline of philosophy known as falsafa, it situates African Muslim... 
Book Chapter
African economic history, ISSN 0145-2258, 2017, Volume 45, Issue 2, pp. 1 - 26
Journal Article
by Mukudu, Hillary and Martinson, Neil and Sartorius, Benn and Coetzee, Jenny and Dietrich, Janan and Mokgatswana, Kgaugelo and Jewkes, Rachel and Gray, Glenda E and Dugas, Marylène and Béhanzin, Luc and Guédou, Fernand A and Gagnon, Marie-Pierre and Alary, Michel and Rutakumwa, Rwamahe and Mbonye, Martin and Kiwanuka, Thadeus and Nakamanya, Sarah and Muhumuza, Richard and Nalukenge, Winfred and Seeley, Janet and Atujuna, Millicent and Wallace, Melissa and Brown, Ben and Bekker, Linda Gail and Newman, Peter A and Harryparsad, Rushil and Olivier, Abraham J and Jaspan, Heather B and Wilson, Douglas and Mkhize, Nonhlanhla and Morris, Lynn and Cianci, Gianguido and Dinh, Minh and Hope, Thomas and Passmore, Jo-Ann S and Gray, Clive M and Henrick, Bethany M and Yao, Xiao-Dan and Rosenthal, Kenneth L and Drannik, Anna G and Abimiku, Alash’le and Chanzu, Nadia and Mwanda, Walter and Oyugi, Julius and Anzala, Omu and Mbow, Moustapha and Jallow, Sabelle and Thiam, Moussa and Davis, Alberta and Diouf, Assane and Ndour, Cheikh T and Seydi, Moussa and Dieye, Tandakha N and Mboup, Souleymane and Goodier, Martin and Rilley, Eleanor and Jaye, Assan and Omange, RW and Lester, Richard T and Kimani, Joshua and Ball, T. Blake and Plummer, Francis A and Geraldo, Nassirou and Mastétsé, Ella Goma and Sossa, Jerôme Charles and Zannou, Marcel Djimon and Osawe, Sophia and Okpokoro, Evaezi and Okolo, Felicia and Umaru, Stephen and Abimiku, Rebecca and Audu, Sam and Datong, Pam and Nyange, Jacquelyn and Olenja, Joyce and Mutua, Gaudensia and Jaoko, Walter and Omosa-Manyonyi, Gloria and Farah, Bashir and Khaniri, Maureen and Cockcroft, Anne and Tonkin, Kendra and Girish, Indu and Mhati, Puna and Cunningham, Ashley and Andersson, Neil and Indangasi, Jackton and Diphoko, Thabo and Gaseitsiwe, Simani and Maiswe, Victoria and Iketleng, Thato and Maruapula, Dorcas and Bedi, Keabetswe and Moyo, Sikhulile and Musonda, Rosemary and Wainberg, Mark and Makhema, Joseph and Novitsky, Vladimir and Marlink, Richard and Essex, Max and ... and the INFANT Study Team and for the INFANT study team and on behalf of the AYAZAZI study teams and for the Bissau HIV Cohort study group and the WAPHIR Group
BMC infectious diseases, ISSN 1471-2334, 07/2016, Volume 16 Suppl 2, Issue S2, pp. 315 - 315
Journal Article
by Mukudu, Hillary and Martinson, Neil and Sartorius, Benn and Coetzee, Jenny and Dietrich, Janan and Mokgatswana, Kgaugelo and Jewkes, Rachel and Gray, Glenda E and Dugas, Marylene and Bnhanzin, Luc and Gundou, Fernand A and Gagnon, Marie-Pierre and Alary, Michel and Rutakumwa, Rwamahe and Mbonye, Martin and Kiwanuka, Thadeus and Nakamanya, Sarah and Muhumuza, Richard and Nalukenge, Winfred and Seeley, Janet and Atujuna, Millicent and Wallace, Melissa and Brown, Ben and Bekker, Linda Gail and Newman, Peter A and Harryparsad, Rushil and Olivier, Abraham J and Jaspan, Heather B and Wilson, Douglas and Mkhize, Nonhlanhla and Morris, Lynn and Cianci, Gianguido and Dinh, Minh and Hope, Thomas and Passmore, Jo-Ann S and Gray, Clive M and Henrick, Bethany M and Yao, Xiao-Dan and Rosenthal, Kenneth L and , and Drannik, Anna G and Abimiku, Alash'le and Chanzu, Nadia and Mwanda, Walter and Oyugi, Julius and Anzala, Omu and Mbow, Moustapha and Jallow, Sabelle and Thiam, Moussa and Davis, Alberta and Diouf, Assane and Ndour, Cheikh T and Seydi, Moussa and Dieye, Tandakha N and Mboup, Souleymane and Goodier, Martin and Rilley, Eleanor and Jaye, Assan and Omange, RW and Lester, Richard T and Kimani, Joshua and Ball, T. Blake and Plummer, Francis A and Geraldo, Nassirou and Mastntsn, Ella Goma and Sossa, Jerome Charles and Zannou, Marcel Djimon and Osawe, Sophia and Okpokoro, Evaezi and Okolo, Felicia and Umaru, Stephen and Abimiku, Rebecca and Audu, Sam and Datong, Pam and Nyange, Jacquelyn and Olenja, Joyce and Mutua, Gaudensia and Jaoko, Walter and Omosa-Manyonyi, Gloria and Farah, Bashir and Khaniri, Maureen and Cockcroft, Anne and Tonkin, Kendra and Girish, Indu and Mhati, Puna and Cunningham, Ashley and Andersson, Neil and Indangasi, Jackton and Diphoko, Thabo and Gaseitsiwe, Simani and Maiswe, Victoria and Iketleng, Thato and Maruapula, Dorcas and Bedi, Keabetswe and Moyo, Sikhulile and Musonda, Rosemary and Wainberg, Mark and Makhema, Joseph and Novitsky, Vladimir and Marlink, Richard and ...
BMC infectious diseases, ISSN 1471-2334, 07/2016, Volume 16, Issue Suppl 2
...Author(s): Hillary Mukudu[sup.1], Neil Martinson[sup.1], Benn Sartorius[sup.1], Jenny Coetzee[sup.2,3], Janan Dietrich[sup.2], Kgaugelo Mokgatswana[sup.2... 
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03/2009, Volume 10, Issue 4
Book Review
6/2013, Volume 24, Issue 2, 3
[...]the book adds to the growing body of scholarship that shows that the impact of European colonialism on African societies was profound (e.g., Osborn, Our... 
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