Volume 5, Issue 2 – Aug. 2021

Volume 5 (2021), Issue 2 # 1-7

These reviews may be found on the RA Reviews website at:
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RA Reviews’ Editorial Voice:
Africa’s Afflictions: AU’s Initiatives and Responses.
By Muhammed Haron, Associate Researcher: University of Stellenbosch.

#1 Book: Jefferson’s Muslim Fugitives. The Lost Story of Enslaved Africans, their Arabic Letters, and an American President.
Author: JeffreyEinboden. Year: 2020.
Reviewed by: Amidu Olalekan Sanni, Vice-Chancellor/President Fountain University, Nigeria.

#2 Book: Great Zimbabwe: Reclaiming a ‘Confiscated’ Past.
Author: Shadreck Chirikure. Year: 2020.
Reviewed by: Alinah K. Segobye, Extraordinary Professor, North West University, South Africa.

#3 Book: Thambi Naidoo and Family: Struggle for a non-racial democracy in South Africa.
Author: Ismail Vadi. Year: 2021.
Reviewed by: Goolam Vahed, Department of History, University of KwaZulu-Natal.

#4 Book: Postcolonial African State in Transition.
Author: Amy Niang. Year: 2018.
Reviewed by: Alhagi Manta Drammeh, Associate Professor at the Al-Maktoum College of Higher Education, Visiting Professor at the University of The Gambia and Researcher at South Wales University, United Kingdom.

#5 Book: The Muridiyya on the Move: Islam, Migration, and Place Making.
Author: Babou, Cheikh Anta. Year: 2021.
Reviewed by: Aman Nadhiri, Johnson C. Smith University, North Carolina, USA.

#6 Book: Wrapping Authority: Women Islamic Leaders in a Sufi Movement in Dakar, Senegal.
Author: Joseph Hill. Year: 2018.
Reviewed by: Samba Camara, PhD, The Department of African, African American and Diaspora Studies, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

#7 Exhibition Review: The Cape Muslim Heritage Art Exhibition.
Curator: Igshaan Higgins. December 2020 – September 2021.
Reviewed by: Muhammed Haron, Associate Researcher: University of Stellenbosch..

Review Team
Editor-In-Chief & Associate Editors:
Muhammed Haron, Associate Researcher, University of Stellenbosch (haronm@mopipi.ub.bw).(Editor-In-Chief);
Wendy Wilson-Fall, Associate Professor and Chair, Africana Studies Program Oeschle Center for International Education, Lafayette College (wilsonfw@lafayette.edu);
Hassan Juma Ndzovu, PhD. Senior Lecturer of Religious Studies, Department of Religious Studies, Moi University, Kenya (hassan.ndzovu@gmail.com);
Yunus Dumbe, PhD. Religious Studies Department, College of Arts and Social Sciences, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Accra, Ghana, (ydumbe@gmail.com);
Badr Abdelfattah Badr, PhD. Assistant Professor of Curriculum & Instruction, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt (badr_elkafy@edu.asu.edu.eg);
Bamba Drame, Dar El Hadith El Hassaniyya Institute, Rabat, Morocco, (ndrame.online@gmail.com);
Mbaye Lo, Associate Professor of the Practice, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies & International Comparative Studies, Duke University; (mbayelo@duke.edu).

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