Colonialism By Proxy: Hausa Imperial Agents And Middle Belt Consciousness In Nigeria by Moses E. Ochonu

Colonialism By Proxy: Hausa Imperial Agents And Middle Belt Consciousness In Nigeria

byMoses E. Ochonu

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Moses E. Ochonu explores a rare system of colonialism in Middle Belt Nigeria, where the British outsourced the business of the empire to Hausa-Fulani subcolonials because they considered the area too uncivilized for Indirect Rule. Ochonu reveals that the outsiders ruled with an iron fist and imagined themselves as bearers of Muslim civilization rather than carriers of the white man's burden. Stressing that this type of Indirect Rule violated its primary rationale, Colonialism by Proxy traces contemporary violent struggles to the legacy of the dynamics of power and the charged atmosphere of religious difference.

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Moses E. Ochonu is Associate Professor of African History at Vanderbilt University and author of Colonial Meltdown: Northern Nigeria in the Great Depression.
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Title:Colonialism By Proxy: Hausa Imperial Agents And Middle Belt Consciousness In NigeriaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:294 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:February 14, 2014Publisher:Indiana University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0253011612

ISBN - 13:9780253011619

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction: Understanding "Native Alien" Sub-colonialism and its Legacies
1. The Hausa-Caliphate Imaginary and Ideological Foundations of Proxy Colonialism
2. Zazzau and Southern Kaduna in Precolonial and Colonial Times
3. Emirate Maneuvers and "Pagan" Resistance in the Plateau-Nasarawa Basin
4. Hausa Colonial Agency in the Benue Valley
5. Fulani Expansion and Sub-colonial Rule in Early Colonial Adamawa Province
6. Non-Muslim Revolt Against Fulani Rule in Adamawa
7. Middle Belt Self-Determination and Caliphate Political Resurgence in the Transition to National Independence
Conclusion: Sub-colonialism, Ethnicity, and Memory
Chronology
Glossary
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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"Ochonu's well-researched study makes good use of a variety of archival and oral sources. It is concisely written and case studies from across the Middle Belt effectively demonstrate how
converging local experiences made for a broader regional consciousness." -Ufahamu