A List of all Fontes Historiae Africanae Publications

[* = published by the UK Committee, through the British Academy]

Series Arabica

I. Bayan wujub al-hijra, by 'Uthman b. Fudi. Translated & edited by F.H. El Masri. Khartoum University Press/Oxford University Press, 1978.

III. Land in Dar Fur: Charters and related documents from the Dar Fur Sultanate. Translated & edited by R.S. O'Fahey & M.I. Abu Salim. Cambridge University Press, 1983.

IV. Corpus of Early Arabic Sources for West African History. Translated & edited by J.F.P. Hopkins & N. Levtzion. Cambridge University Press, 1980.

V. Shari'a in Songhay: The Replies of al-Maghili to the Questions of Askia al-Hajj Muhammad. Translated & edited by John O. Hunwick. Oxford University Press, for British Academy, 1985.

VI. Muhammad al-Qadiri's Nashr al-Mathani. Translated & edited by N. Cigar. Oxford University Press, for British Academy, 1980.

VII. Tombouctou au milieu du XVIII siècle d'après la Chronique de Mawlay al-Qasim b. Mawlay Sulayman. Translated & edited by Michel Abitbol. G.-P. Maisonneuve et Larose, Paris, 1982.

VIII. Voilà ce qui est arrivé: Bayan ma waq'a d'al-Hagg 'Umar al-Futi. Translated & edited by Sidi Mohamed Mahibou & Jean-Louis Triaud.. Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, 1983.

IX. Chronicles from Gonja: A Tradition of West African Historiography. Translated & edited by Ivor Wilks & Nehemiah Levtzion, with Bruce Haight. Cambridge University Press, 1986.

X. After the Millennium: Diplomatic Correspondence from Wadai and Dar Fur on the Eve of Colonial Conquest, 1885-1916. Translated & edited by Lidwien Kapteijns & Jay Spaulding. African Studies Center, Michigan State University, 1988.

XI. The History of the Mazru'i Dynasty of Mombasa, by Shaykh Al-Amin bin 'Ali Al Mazru'i, Translated & edited by J. McL. Ritchie. Oxford University Press, for British Academy, 1995.

XII. The History of Bidyini and Kaabu. Two Chronicles in Arabic from Guinea-Bissau. Edited and translated by Zoltán Szombathy with an introductory study by Éva Sebestyén and Zoltán Szombathy. Piliscsaba, The Avicenna Institute of Middle Eastern Studies 2007. Documenta et Monografiae VI – Union Académique Internationale, Fontes Historiae Africanae, Series Arabica XII.