Issue 71 of the journal Varia Historia - an International Journal published by the Graduate Studies in History at Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil) - has just been released with the dossier "Economic, political and intellectual history of West Africa: Logics of exchange (15th centuries to XIX).
MOTA, Thiago Henrique. A King’s Heart: Islamic Political Culture as an Antecedent of Muslim Revolutions in West Africa (Senegambia, 16th and 17th Centuries). Varia hist. vol.36, n.71, 2020, pp.295-328. [obs. this papers deals with Greater Senegambia mainly through Portuguese sources]
BA, Idrissa. Trans-Saharan Trade and its Logics of Accommodation in Relation to Transatlatic Trade Between the 15th and the 19th Centuries. Varia hist. vol.36, n.71, 2020, pp.329-360. [obs. It is an historiographical discussion that deals with Portuguese overseas expansion in West Africa]
GIESING, Cornelia Bernhardette. “The Wolf in the Sheepfold”: Narrations and Identities of the Bijaa, Conquering Subjects of the Ancient Kingdom of Kasa in Senegambia. Tribute to Stephan Bühnen (1950-2015). Varia hist. vol.36, n.71, 2020, pp.361-393. [obs. most of this paper comes from fieldwork in Guinea-Bissau]
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