2 edition of Some aspects of the writing of history in modern Sudan found in the catalog.
Some aspects of the writing of history in modern Sudan
Yusuf Fadl Hassan
by Institute of African and Asian Studies, University of Khartoum in [Khartoum]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 37-44.
|Statement||by Yusuf Fadl Hasan.|
|Series||Occasional paper / Institute of African and Asian Studies, University of Khartoum ;, no. 12, Occasional paper (Jāmiʼat al-Kharṭūm. Maʼhad al-Dirāsāt al-Afrīqīyah wa-al-Āsiyawīyah) ;, no. 12.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 91/15974 (D)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||88180375|
Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Full text of "A history of the Arabs in the Sudan and some account of the people who preceded them and of .  This report charts some historical aspects of the Sudan’s history, focusing on those that have led to making English a marker of Southern Sudanese national consciousness. In other words, one would need to see South Sudan’s separatism across time in order .
Robert Collins () in A History of Modern Sudan provides a sophisticated account of the colonial regime in Sudan. Collins () explains that the first step towards politicising the Sudan’s North/South ideological divisions occurred when the colonial regime administrated the North and South as separate regions; Christianity was encouraged. Welcome to Creative Writing from the Sudans. In a group of friends passionate about the Sudans set up this project in order to collect and publish writing that reflected some of the more positive aspects of the two countries. A writing competition was held in early and the entries were outstanding.
Sudan's modern history has been consumed by revolution and civil war. The country attracted international attention in the s as a breeding ground of Islamist terrorism and recently tensions between the prosperous centre and the periphery, between north and south, have exploded in Darfur/5(2). Some , km. 2. in area, the Republic of South Sudan shares borders with Sudan to the north, Ethiopia to the east, Kenya and Uganda to the southeast, the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the southwest, and the Central African Republic to the west. South Sudan has had a turbulent history, one linked fundamentally to its northern.
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Some aspects of the writing of history in modern Sudan. Khartoum: Institute of African and Asian Studies, University of Khartoum, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Yusuf Fadl Hassan; University of Khartoum. Institute of African and Asian Studies. "In Collins' view, the main issue in human affairs is identity, and Sudanese modern history is about contrasting concepts of self-identification.
However, in analyzing this pivotal theme, Collins integrates other vital aspects: economic developments, social changes, cultural trends, sectarian interests, personal ambitions, global factors, and the involvement of by: A good introductory book about the history of Sudan including the conflict with the South and disaster in Darfur.
I took some passages from the book with a grain of salt as it was not clear whether the adjectives used by the author about some political figures were the author's own judgement or he actually relies on some concrete sources/5. The problem with a lot of books on Sudan is that the authors come from one part of the country and only write about the part they know.
The same applies to foreigners who tend to get obsessed with one part of the country, normally Darfur or the South, and then become experts on those regions. A History of Modern Sudan. Sudan's modern history has been consumed by revolution and civil war. The country attracted international attention in the s as a breeding ground of Islamist terrorism and recently tensions between the prosperous centre and the periphery, between north and south, have exploded in s: 1.
A Modern History of the Sudan: From the Funj Sultanate to the Present Day By P. Holt Grove Press, Read preview Overview Search for more books and articles on Sudanese history. A HISTORY OF MODERN SUDAN Sudan’s modern history has been consumed by revolution and civil war.
The country attracted international attention in the sasa breeding ground of Islamist terrorism, and recently tensions between the prosperous center and the periphery, between the North and the South, have exploded in Darfur. Views expressed in this guest post are not those of the Pulitzer Center.
J is a date that will always be engrained in Sudanese history. For six years leading up to this day, a civil war between the predominantly Muslim north and Christian/traditional south had put the southern provinces of Sudan in a state of emergency.
Sudan is the largest country in Africa, like many African countries, consists of numerous ethnic groups. Unlike most states, however, Sudan has two distinct divisions: the north, which is largely Arab and Muslim, and the south, which consists predominantly of black Nilotic peoples, some of whom are members of indigenous faiths and others who are.
Omdurman and its people by looking at some of the historical aspects of the city establishment, development and its impact on the history on the Sudanese women. In my view, the written history of Sudan – and in that respect the city of Omdurman – is the history of the Jallaba class.
Indeed, the written history of the modern Sudanese women’s. A Short History of The Sudan (تاريخ السودان) (Oxford University Press) is a history book which concerns the development of the Sudan from the earliest times until the conclusion of the condominium era and the attainment of independence from Britain in It concentrates mainly on the political and social aspects of Sudanese Author: Mandour Elmahdi.
General History of Sudan. A History of Modern Sudan Robert O. Collins ISBN (cloth) ISBN (paper) Cambridge University Press, G. Race and Slavery in the Middle East: Histories of Trans-Saharan Africans in 19th-Century Egypt, Sudan, and the Ottoman Mediterranean Kenneth M.
Cuno, Terence Walz, editors. The point must also be made that there’s no such thing as the enjoyment of good health for women who live in constant fear of rape.
Countless strong women survive the sexual assaults that occur in the millions every year, but every rape leaves a scar; no one ever fully heals. “This superb book is a thorough study of two popular Sudanese revolutions in and that restored liberal democracy after the removal of entrenched military dictatorships It is hoped that Civil Uprisings in Modern Sudan's rediscovery of the dynamics of Sudan civil society comprising unionism, incessant imagining of the nation, civil disobedience, general strikes, youthful martyrs, songs of revolutionary passion, national debates of Islamism, Marxism.
However, South Sudan also recognizes many indigenous languages as national languages, and the Republic’s other official language is Arabic.
This means that Sudanese literature has also been influenced by Arabic literature. Here are some of the best Sudanese novels translated into English:Author: Elspeth Black. Set in s Khartoum, Aboulela’s novel follows the fortunes of the rich and powerful Abouzeid family.
As Sudan slips from the grasp of Britain Author: Pushpinder Khaneka. Sudan'sNorth-Southconflictowes its genesis tothecolonialpast.
Like many territorial demarcations in the continent, Sudan's present borderlines were defined by the colonial powers at the turn ofthe century. As a political entity, then, Sudan-likemany African countries-isa fairly recent creation.
Typology. Literature today is largely written in the Arabic language, but certain genres also in other local languages, such as poetry in the Fur language. Both written literature, and oral tradition, such as folklore are found. At the beginning of the 20th century, there was a trend of transcribing spoken tales.
Here is a new edition of well-known introductory history of the Sudan, which takes events of this troubled region up to This extended coverage considers the last years of Jaafar Nimeiri's government to his fall from power in ; the subsequent transitional military regime; the return to parliamentary rule, and the current attempts to establish an Islamic state under a renewed military.
Sudan - Sudan - Cultural life: The key to an understanding of contemporary Sudanese culture is diversity. Each major ethnic group and historical region has its own special forms of cultural expression. Because of Sudan’s great cultural diversity, it is difficult to classify the traditional cultures of the various peoples.
Sudan’s traditional societies have diverse linguistic, ethnic. Journal of African History, IV, 3 (), pp. THE MODERN SUDAN, I THE PRESENT POSITION OF HISTORICAL STUDIES By G.
N. SANDERSON THE modern history of the Sudan is here considered as beginning with the Turco-Egyptian invasion of .It has helped me better understand the power structures, the history of conflict and the reasons behind some of it. The book is likely a bit too detailed for your average reader who has an interest in foreign affairs, the book goes into depth on details of South Sudanese administration and tribal rivalries.Tayeb Salih.
Recently, I’ve been trying to educate myself about literature from the Sudan(s). After all, her historic vote is just one small piece of the Sudan’s rich cultural history. I imagine there are multiple Sudanese literatures: the Arabic-based literature (its most well-known practitioner being Tayeb Salih), as well as literatures in English (Leila Aboulela, Jamal Mahjoub) and.