Part I: The word travels "A place to lay our head": a sect of strangers, 1890/1918 A new "middle" class in the Muslim city, 1918/1925 A Christian feminist freelance: policing propaganda and piety, 1920/1935 Part II: Followers of the word Christian medical missions as Muslim charity: paternalist alliances, maternal alienation, 1928/1942 Joining in the melee: soldiers, youth, and rural revivalism, 1945/1950 Security and secrecy in the era of independence, 1950/1975.
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Print version: Shankar, Shobana. Who shall enter paradise? : Christian origins in Muslim northern Nigeria, ca. 1890-1975. Athens : Ohio University Press,  New African histories