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Vitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2019. Islamic incantations in a colonial notebook: A case from interwar Zanzibar. Cahiers d'Etudes Africaines. 1025-1046.
  • 2019. Hadramis in Africa . Oxford Research Encyclopedias.
  • 2015. Pondering the text as change maker. Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East. 375-381.
  • 2014. The Riyadha Mosque Manuscript Collection in Lamu: A {Hcombining dot below}a{dcombining dot below}rami¯ Tradition in Kenya. Journal of Islamic Manuscripts. 125-153.
  • 2012. Zanzibari Islamic knowledge transmission revisited: loss, lament, legacy, transmission - and transformation. Social Dynamics. 419-434.
  • 2011. Authority and Piety, Writing and Print: A preliminary study of the circulation of Islamic texts in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Zanzibar. Africa. 89-107.
  • 2009. Reflections on the creation of history in the Indian Ocean. The sources and their relation to local practices and global connectivities. Transforming Cultures ejournal. 1-17.
  • 2007. Teachers, scholars and educationalists. The impact of Hadrami-Alawi teachers and teachings on Islamic education in Zanzibar ca. 1870-1930. Asian Journal of Social Science. 457-471.
Rapport
  • 1991. Kvalitetssikring av psykososialt arbeidsmiljø. Norsk Hydro - U&P drift. Evalueringsrapport for perioden mars 1990 til mars 1991. .
Populærvitenskapelig foredrag
  • 2018. Panelsamtale: Kva er det med Saudi Arabia?
Vitenskapelig foredrag
  • 2015. The (selective) silence of the Hajis. The East African hajj c. 1880-1950.
  • 2015. "Shooting Stars. Living connectivity in early 20th century coastal East Africa (and tracing it 100 years later).
  • 2004. Cosmopolitanism Colonized? Three cases from Zanzibar 1890-1925.
Anmeldelse
  • 2015. Pondering the text as changemaker. Review/discussion of Isabel Hofmeyr’s Ghandi’s Printing Press. Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East. 375-381.
  • 2011. Tradisjonelt og tilgjengelig om arabisk historie. Eugene Rogan, Araberne. Prosa - tidsskrift for skribenter. 38-39.
  • 2010. Red Sea Citizens: Cosmopolitan Society and Cultural Change in Massawa. International Journal of Middle East Studies. 717-719.
  • 2010. Book review. Abu Shouk and H. Ibrahim, The Hadrami diaspora in Southeast Asia. Intellectual Discourse. 18-24.
  • 2010. Anmeldelse av E. Goffeng, Doedelig Farvann. Oyenvitne til Israels angrep paa fredsflaaten. Prosa - tidsskrift for skribenter. 30-31.
  • 2008. The graves of Tarim: Genealogy and mobility across the Indian ocean. International Journal of Middle East Studies. 318-319.
  • 2003. Hadramawt and the Indian Ocean. Eight Years of Research on Diaspora and Homeland. Sudanic Africa - A Journal of Historical Sources. 140-148.
Vitenskapelig monografi
  • 2014. Islamic Sufi Networks in the Western Indian Ocean (c. 1880-1940). Ripples of Reform. 16.
  • 2008. Zanzibar-Olsen - Norsk trelasthandel i Øst-Afrika 1895-1925.
  • 2003. Sufis and Scholars of the Sea. Family Networks in East Africa, 1860-1925.
Fagbok
  • 1996. The Idri state in Asir 1906-1934. Politics, religion and personal prestige as statebuilding factors in early twentieth-century Arabia. Centre for Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies, University of Be rgen.
Populærvitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2007. Zanzibar-omanere og oman-zanzibarere. Bindestreker over Det indiske hav - og videre. Babylon - Nordisk tidsskrift for Midtøstenstudier. 122-129.
  • 2004. Virkelighetens hold i virkeligheten. Forfatteren.
Kronikk
  • 2011. Tr;bbel i paradis. Oppror i Oman. Bergens Tidende. 1 sider.
  • 2011. Jemen. Regime for fall eller stat i opplosning. Dagsavisen.
  • 2004. Presse og Pressefrihet i Gulfen. Bergens Tidende.
  • 2003. Intet nytt fra Ordfronten. Ondskapens akse og andre våpen. UiB-magasinet : nytt fra Universitetet i Bergen.
  • 2001. Når Historien innhenter historiefaget. UiB-magasinet : nytt fra Universitetet i Bergen.
Doktorgradsavhandling
  • 2000. Dr. avhandling :Sufis and Scholars of the Sea. The Sufi and family networks of Ahmad ibn Sumayt and the tariqa cAlawiyya in East Africa c. 1860-1925.
Vitenskapelig Kapittel/Artikkel/Konferanseartikkel
  • 2017. Islam in the Swahili World. Connected Authorities. 9 sider.
  • 2015. Localizing Islamic Knowledge: Acquisition and Copying in the Riyadha Mosque Manuscript Collection in Lamu, Kenya. 33 sider.
  • 2015. Business communication in Colonial Times: The Norway-East Africa Trading Company in Zanzibar, 1895-1925. 21 sider.
  • 2010. When there are no foreign lands and all lands are foreign. Two texts from the Indian Ocean. 14 sider.
  • 2009. En norsk trelastagent pa Zanzibar, 1894-1920. Kolonien som arena for sosial mobilitet. 11 sider.
  • 2007. Cosmpolitanism colonized? Three cases from Zanzibar 1890-1920. 21 sider.
  • 2006. ”My generation. Umar b. Ahmad b. Sumayt (1886-1973): Inter-generational Network transmission in a trans-oceanic Hadramı Alawı family, ca. 1925-1973”.
  • 2006. “Another scholar for all seasons? Tahir b. Abi Bakr al-Amawi (1877-1938). Qadi of Zanzibar”.
  • 2006. Tause tingmenns tale.
Leksikonartikkel
  • 2002. Ahmad b. Abi Bakr b. Sumayt. . I:
    • 2002. Encyclopedia of Islam (New edition).

Se fullstendig oversikt over publikasjoner i CRIStin.

2019: 2019: “Islamic Incantations in a Colonial Notebook. A case from Interwar Zanzibar”, Cahiers d’Études Africaines, LIX (4), 236, 2019, 1025-1046. 

 

2019: “Hadramis in Africa.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Asian History. Oxford University Press. Article published March 2019. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190277727.013.324.

 

2017: “Islam in the Swahili World”. In: La Violette & S. Wynn-Jones, The Swahili World, London: Routledge, 2017, 557-565. 

 2015: “Localizing Islamic Knowledge: Acquisition and Copying in the Riyadha Mosque Manuscript Collection in Lamu, Kenya”, in: Maja Kominko (ed.), From Dust to Digital. Ten Years of the Endangered Archives Programme, London, 55-88.

2014: Islamic Sufi Networks in the Southwestern Indian Ocean (c. 1880-1940). Ripples of Reform. Monograph, 227 pages, Leiden (Brill).

 2014: “The Ḥaḍramaut in Lamu. The manuscript collection of the Riyadha mosque of Lamu, Kenya”, Journal of Islamic Manuscripts, special issue (ed. A. Regourd), Manuscripts of Yemen, circulation of ideas and models, Vol 5:2-3, 125-153.

2014: “The Norway-East Africa Trading Company in Zanzibar, 1895-1925. Business communication in colonial times”, In: K. A. Kjerland & B. Bertelsen (eds.), Navigating colonial orders. Norwegian Entrepreneurship in Africa and Oceania, Berghahn Books.

2013: “Danish and Norwegian travel accounts of Oman, 1765-1995: Changing views across land and sea”. In: M. Hoffmann-Ruf & A.R. al-Salimi (eds.), The Ibadism of Oman. Its overseas Development and its Perception Overseas, Tübingen (Georg Olms Verlag), Germany, 403-410.

2012: “Zanzibari Islamic knowledge transmission revisited: Loss, lament, legacy, transmission – and transformation”, Journal of Social Dynamics, 38:3, 419-434.

2012: “Remembrance of Maalim Muhammad Idris Muhammad Saleh”, Islamic Africa, 3:2.

2012: “Cultural Heritage and Social Context. Research and Management in Post-Colonial Mozambique,” In: T. Halvorsen & P. Vale (eds.), One world, many knowledges. Regional experiences and cross-regional links in higher education, Sanord, 249-264. With Tore Sætersdal.

2011: “Authority and Piety, Writing and Print. A preliminary study of Islamic texts in late 19th and early 20th century Zanzibar”, Africa, 81, 63-81.