Browsing UT Communities by Department "History"
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From Solidarity to Cross-Fertilization: Afro-Cuban/African American Interaction during the 1930s and 1940s (Radical History Review, Vol. 87, 2003)
Gareth Austin, "Slaves, States, and Markets in West Africa, 1500 to the Present"; "Discussion: Political Science and 'The New Economic History' of Africa" (John L. Warfield Center of African & African American Studies, 2009)
(2014-04-11)During the fall of al-Andalus (known to Christians as the reconquista) some of the first substantial Muslim populations came under permanent non-Muslim rule. For centuries, Muslims had lived alongside Jews and Christians ...
(2014-04-04)Religions mix. Scholars of religion have employed a variety of terms to describe the processes and results of religious mixing, including syncretism, hybridity, creolization, bricolage, transculturation, and blending. ...