Sudan: Between Unity and Disintegration


El-Tom, Abdullahi (2009) Sudan: Between Unity and Disintegration. Discussion Paper. Sunantibune.com, JEM.com and Sudaneseonline.com.

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Abstract

Like all African countries, Sudan as a nation state, is an imposition of the colonial imagination; a process that gathered diverse ethnic groups, often with little in common among themselves, under the banner of one unity. The diversity of Sudan’s population is highlighted by the sheer number of languages, 160 or so, spoken within its national boundaries.

Item Type: Monograph (Discussion Paper)
Keywords: Sudan;
Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > Anthropology
Item ID: 2180
Depositing User: Dr Abdullahi El-Tom
Date Deposited: 12 Oct 2010 16:18
Publisher: Sunantibune.com, JEM.com and Sudaneseonline.com
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