Slavery, Islam and Diaspora

Ismael M. Montana, Behnaz A.

Mirzai and Paul E. Lovejoy (Edit.)

Trenton, Africa World Press, 2009



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African Communities in Asia and the Mediterranean

Ehud R. Toledano (Edit.)