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Baba of Karo, a woman of the Muslim Hausa.
Baba of Karo
Autobiography recorded by M. F. Smith.
|Statement||By M. F. Smith with an introduction and notes by M. G. Smith. Preface by Daryll Forde.|
|Contributions||Smith, Mary Felice, 1924-|
|LC Classifications||DT515 .B115 1954|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||54004526|
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Baba of Karo told her story over a six-week period in December and January to the English anthropologi st Mary Felice Smith. The testimony was published as Baba of Karo: A Woman of the Muslim Hausa in Your library holds this book. And . Abstract. There has long been an argument between advocates of nature and nurture regarding the function each has in shaping human behavior. Recently, sociobiologists such as Chagnon () and Fox () have had particular influence in shaping the argument regarding the inherent, or Cited by:
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Mar 30, · Baba of Karo: A Woman of the Muslim Hausa [Mary F Smith] on cinemavog-legrauduroi.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Daughter of a Hausa farmer and Koranic teacher, Baba became Mary Smith’s friend inwhen M.
and Mary Smith were engaged in fieldwork in Nigeria. In daily sessions for several weeks Baba dictated her life story5/5(2). Baba of Karo book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Daughter of a Hausa farmer and Koranic teacher, Baba became Mary Smith’ /5.
Baba of Karo is a book by the anthropologist Mary F. Smith. The book is an anthropological record of the Hausa people, partly compiled from an oral account given by Baba (), the daughter of a Hausa farmer and A woman of the Muslim Hausa.
book cinemavog-legrauduroi.com's reports were translated by Smith. Smith's husband, the anthropologist M. Smith, contributed an explanation of the Hausa's cultural context. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Baba, of Karo, Baba of Karo, a woman of the Muslim Hausa.
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Sep 10, · "This is a most welcome reprint of a standard work Baba was an elderly and wise Hausa-speaking woman of Zaria. Her account of her life begins before the British occupation and vividly reconstructs both the society in which she was born and reared and the society in which she died, in.
Baba of Karo, a Woman of the Muslim Hausa, first published inis the fascinating autobiography of Baba, a very elderly Hausa woman. Baba talks about Hausa. May 03, · Baba of Karo changed my perspective of Hausa culture.
I wonder how much of the practices Baba recounts so vividly are still the norm today. One thing I admire is the guarantee of protection of the individual within the collective, which came forth so strongly.
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Her book provides much detail on a bygone generation. Baba's upbringing in a Hausa Muslim family, her marriages and interactions with hundreds of relatives, slaves, bosom-friends, co-wives, praise-singers, tam-tam players and people of all ages and conditions in large compounds is just fascinating.
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Baba of Karo – A woman of the Muslim Hausa. This remarkable book contains what is probably the first full-scale autobiography of an African Hausa woman. Mrs Smith, spoke fluent Hausa and became Baba’s friend, while her husband Dr.
M.G. Smith, a social anthropologist, was engaged in field work in Nigeria. In daily sessions for several weeks Baba dictated her life story, which Mrs. Smith has translated from the Hausa. The old woman’s memories reached back to the days of slave raids and interstate warfare before the British occupation, and she has left a fascinating and valuable record of Hausa life in the late nineteenth century and the first Price: $ Summary First published in and now reissued with a new foreword by Hilda Kuper, this autobiography of a shrewd, humorous and courageous personality remains a classic in the field of African studies and a uniquely valuable account of a Muslim society in West Africa.
Buy Baba of Karo: A Woman of the Muslim Hausa by Mary Felice Smith, Baba, Hilda Kuper (Designer) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now. A woman who told feminism and freewill stories about Hausa people of Nigeria in and helped document history Mary Smith published the book Baba of Karo, Muslim Hausa women.
Author: Motolani Alake. Aug 23, · The story behind the groundbreaking autobiography of a woman who grew up in 19th century pre-colonial Nigeria.
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Author(s): M.G. Smith Published by: London: Faber & Faber. p.Published in the United States in by Praeger and reprinted in by Yale University Press.
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