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Slavery and Emancipation in Islamic East Africa African

Examining the process of abolition on the island of Pemba off the East African coast in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries this book demonstrates the links between emancipation and the redefinition of honour among all classes of people on the island By examining the social vulnerability of ex slaves and the former slave owning elite caused by the abolition order of 1897 this study argues that moments of resistance on Pemba reflected an effort to mitigate vulnerability rather than resist the hegemonic power of elites or the colonial state As the meaning of the Swahili word heshima shifted from honour to respectability individuals' reputations came under scrutiny and the Islamic kadhi and colonial courts became an integral location for interrogating reputations in the community This study illustrates the ways in which former slaves used piety reputation gossip education kinship and witchcraft to negotiate the gap between emancipation and local notions of belongingExamining the process of abolition on the island of Pemba off the East African coast in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries this book demonstrates the links between emancipation and the redefinition of honour among all classes of people on the island By examining the social vulnerability of ex slaves and the former slave owning elite caused by the abolition order of 1897 this study argues that moments of resistance on Pemba reflected an effort to mitigate vulnerability rather than resist the hegemonic power of elites or the colonial state As the meaning of the Swahili word heshima shifted from honour to respectability individuals' reputations came under scrutiny and the Islamic kadhi and colonial courts became an integral location for interrogating reputations in the community This study illustrates the ways in which former slaves used piety reputation gossip education kinship and witchcraft to negotiate the gap between emancipation and local notions of belongingExamining the process of abolition on the island of Pemba off the East African coast in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries this book demonstrates the links between emancipation and the redefinition of honour among all classes of people on the island By examining the social vulnerability of ex slaves and the former slave owning elite caused by the abolition order of 1897 this study argues that moments of resistance on Pemba reflected an effort to mitigate vulnerability rather than resist the hegemonic power of elites or the colonial state As the meaning of the Swahili word heshima shifted from honour to respectability individuals' reputations came under scrutiny and the Islamic kadhi and colonial courts became an integral location for interrogating reputations in the community This study illustrates the ways in which former slaves used piety reputation gossip education kinship and witchcraft to negotiate the gap between emancipation and local notions of belonging