Alieu Ebrima Cham Joof

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Alhaji Alieu Ebrima Cham Joof (* 22. Oktober 1924; † 2. April 2011), gemeinhin Cham Joof (bekanntes Pseudonym: Alh A.E. Cham Joof), war ein gambischer Historiker, Politiker, Schriftsteller, Gewerkschafter, Radio-Programm-Direktor, Dozent, Kolumnist, Aktivist und Nationalist, der für Gambia die Unabhängigkeit während der Kolonialzeit befürwortete.[1] [2] [3]

Werke[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

  • "Gambia, Land of our heritage"
  • "The history of the Banjul Mosque"[4]
  • "Senegambia, The land of our heritage"
  • "The history of the Bushell. Origin of The Gambia Chamber of Commerce & Industries"
  • "Getting to know The Gambia"[5]
  • "Reviving a culture that had refused to die" (1995)
  • "The calendar of historical events in The Gambia, 1455–1995" (1995)
  • "The Research Committee of Mbootaayi Xamxami Wolof"
  • "The Centenary of Muhammedan School, 1903–2003." The First School Built by Muslim Community in Bathurst. A Memory Lane.
  • "The lives of the Great Islamic Scholars and Religious leaders of Senegambia." (November 1998)
  • "Banjul, The Gambia"
  • "From: Freedom. To: Slavery. The evil that men do. Lives after them. Alex Haley’s "Roots"
  • "The century of historic events in The Gambia." Third Edition, 1900–1999.
  • "Ethnic groups of The Gambia." 1990
  • "The history of Fanal." (January 1991)
  • "Party politics in The Gambia, 1945 -1970"
  • "The visit of the venerable Sheikh Alhaji Sekou Umar (Futi) Taal, Njol Futa to The Gambia." A visit which illuminates a whole nation.
  • "Know your country, General knowledge, Questions"
  • "Know your country, General knowledge, Answers"
  • "The traditional way of life in Gambian society"
  • "The root cause of the bread and butter demonstration." s.n., (1959)
  • "Banjul Daemba 1816-1999 Tagator" (1999)

Einzelnachweise[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

  1. Foroyaa: Exclusive interview with Foroyaa Panorama
  2. The Point : The Point - Cham Joof pictured with the author
  3. Joof, Alh. A.E. Cham. "Gambia, the land of our heritage", p 2 (1995)
  4. Hughes, Arnold & Perfect, David. "Historical dictionary of The Gambia". Scarecrow Press, 2008. ISBN 0-8108-5825-8. p 312
  5. Yale University Library