INSTITUTIONALISING ISLAM: COMMUNITY BUILDING AND CONFLICT IN THE CARIBBEAN

REFERENCES

Primary
Council Papers, Legislative Council Of Trinidad and Tobago, 1928.
Trinidad and Tobago Blue Books
Trinidad and Tobago Yearbook
Sarah E. Morton, John Morton of Trinidad. Toronto: Westminister and Company, 1916.
Colonial Reports –  Trinidad and Tobago Colonial Annual Reports, 1948.

Newspapers and Magazines
The Call
The Comforter
The East Indian Herald
The Indian.
Sunday Guardian.
Trinidad Guardian

Thesis and Unpublished Papers
Chickrie, Raymond.  “Surinamese Muslims in a Plural Society”  http://www.caribbeanmuslims.com/attachments/1/SurinameIslam.pdf

Kassim, Halima-Sa’adia. “Education, Community Organisations And Gender Among the Indo-Muslims of Trinidad, 1917-1962.”  Diss. The U. of the West Indies, St. Augustine, 1999.

Khanam, Bibi H. and Raymond Chickerie.“170th Anniversary of the Arrival of the First Hindustani Muslims from India to British Guiana”, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 29:2, 2009.195 — 222.

Seesaran, Elizabeth Rosabelle. “Social Mobility in the Indo-Trinidadian Community, 1870-                   1917.” Diss. The U. of the West Indies, St. Augustine, 1994.

Smith, Robert Jack.   “Muslim East Indians in Trinidad: Retention of Ethnic Identity Under             Acculturative Conditions.”  Diss. U. of Pennsylvania, 1963. microfilm.

Articles
Asad, Talal. “Anthropological Conceptions of Religion” Man 18.2 (June 1983): 237-259.

Hannon, J.  “Religion As Ideology and Praxis” ed. M Marcoux.  Religion: The Cutting Edge: New England Sociologist. (1984): 37-57.

Samaroo, Brinsley. “The Indian Connection The Influence of Indian Thought and     Ideas on East      Indians in the Caribbean” eds. David Dabydeen and Brinsley Samaroo India in the Caribbean.  U. of Warwick;  London: Hansib, 1987. 43-59.“

Sultana, Afroz, “The Moghul Islamic Diaspora: The Institutionalization of Islam in Jamaica” Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, Vol. 20, No. 2, 2000.271-289.

Books
Anjuman Sunnat ul Jamaat Association Inc. of T & T.  ASJA Eid ul Fitr Commemorative Brochure 60th Anniversary 1935-1995.  ed. Hamza Haniff Mohammed. Port of Spain:  Anjuman Sunnat ul Jamaat Association Inc. of Trinidad and Tobago, n.d.

Bisnauth, Dale.  History of Religions in the Caribbean.  Kingston:  Ian Randle Publishers Ltd., 1989.

Brereton, Bridget.  A History of Modern Trinidad, 1783-1962.  Kingston: Heinemann, 1981.

Craig, Hewan. The Legislative Council of Trinidad and Tobago London: Faber and Faber, 1952.

Hall, S. et al. Modernity An Introduction to Modern Societies Massachusetts. Oxford: Blackwell Publications Inc., 1996.

The Mosque Board  100 Years 1897-1997 The Mosque At Prince Albert Street San Fernando             Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. ed. Yvonne Teelucksingh. San Fernando: The Mosque Board Prince Albert Street, October 1997.Tackveeyatul Islamic Association Inc.

Tackveeyatul Islamic Association of Trinidad and Tobago Inc. Silver Anniversary Souvenir Brochure.  ed. Sham S. Mohammed.  Port of Spain: Tackveeyatul Islamic Association of     Trinidad and Tobago Inc., n.d.

Trinidad Muslim League Inc. Trinidad Muslim League Inc. 50th Anniversary 1947-1997 Souvenir Brochure.  ed. Rasheed Allahar et al.  St. Joseph: Trinidad Muslim League Inc.       League Centre, September 1997.

Lateef, Shahida.  Muslim Women in India:  political and private realities, 1890s – 1980.  London: Zed books Ltd., 1990.

Ruhoman, Peter.  Centenary History of the East Indians in British Guiana 1838-1938. Guyana:         Demerara Publishers Ltd., 1988.

Samaroo, B. and D. Dabydeen, eds. India in the Caribbean London: Hansib Publishing Limited, 1987.

Speckman, J. D.  Marriage and Kinship among the Indians in Suriname  Assen: Van Gorcum and  Comp., 1965.

Taylor, P. ed. Nation Dance, Religion, Identity, and Cultural Difference in the Caribbean  (Bloomington: Indiana University Press) 2001.

 

Be the first to comment on "INSTITUTIONALISING ISLAM: COMMUNITY BUILDING AND CONFLICT IN THE CARIBBEAN"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*