This 5 volume set brings together research into the Sudan, works both modern and classic. Two works examine the Sudan of the late nineteenth century, a time when Anglo-Egyptian domination was enforced on the country; two works detail the Sudan of the twentieth century, looking at its politics, economy and society; and a last work traces the roots of modern Sudan through the historic tribes of the region.
Table of Contents
1. Gordon: The Sudan and Slavery Pierre Crabitès 2. Kingdoms of the Sudan R.S. O'Fahey and J.L. Spaulding 3. Sudan: State, Capital and Transformation Edited by Tony Barnett and Abbas Abdelkarim 4. The Sudan: Unity and Diversity in a Multicultural State John Obert Voll and Sarah Potts Voll 5. The Winning of the Sudan Pierre Crabitès
Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field.