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This front matter section of this book titled Manichaean delirium: decolonizing the judiciary and Islamic renewal in Sudan, 1898-1985 contains acknowledgements, list of abbreviations, orthography and glossary. The book examines the duality of the Judiciary as an aspect of a colonial geography in which a colony is dramatically compartmentalized into an authoritative, European, modern space and a subordinated, traditional, native space. These distinctions were so pervasive in the colonies to have affected the constitution of cities, market places, neighborhoods, schools, languages, and forms of dress, down to types of shoes.

Keywords: Islam; Sudan

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