Bibliography

Living Islam in Colonial Bujumbura – The Historical Translocality of Muslim Life between East and Central Africa

Living Islam in Colonial Bujumbura – The Historical Translocality of Muslim Life between East and Central Africa

Title: Living Islam in Colonial Bujumbura – The Historical Translocality of Muslim Life between East and Central Africa
Author: Castryck, Geert
Year: 2019
Periodical: History in Africa (ISSN 1558-2744)
Volume: 46
Pages: 263-298
Language: English
Geographic term: Burundi
Subject: Religion and Witchcraft
External link: https://doi.org/10.1017/hia.2019.2

Citing this Publication?

It is important to cite the above bibliography when used. If you want your work to have more of an impact, citing the work of others can help. It may be in direct quotations, paraphrases of the ideas expressed by another person, statistical figures, or summaries of the main points.

One of the many approaches to giving credit to sources is the referencing styles, also known simply as the AAA, APA, APSA, ASA, Chicago (Turabian), CSE, Harvard, MLA, ACS, AMA, IEEE, NLM, Vancouver, Bluebook styles.