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Indian Africa

Adam Michel


Michel Adam

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1The editor of this volume thanks members of the Indian-African communities in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania who granted interviews to the researchers involved in this project and gave them the warmest hospitality while displaying perfect understanding of the objectives and issues of this study. These included representatives of religious and professional associations, members of liberal professions, university lecturers, journalists, businesspeople, industrialists and diplomats. Special mention goes particularly to Kunj and Noor Adamali, Rashmin Chitnis, Kokila Doshi, Hassan Fakhrudin Hassanali, Murdin Katijabay, Pheroze Nowrojee, Sweta Parekh, Zarina Patel, Zahid Rajan, Jayant Ruparel, Bhavna Shah, Smita Shah, Sunil Shah, Vina Shah, Sultan Somjee. Special gratitude must be extended to Neera Kapur Dromson and Kirit as well as Smita Shah for their untiring assistance and friendly hospitality.

2The research that led to this publication would not have been possible without the material and financial support of the French Institute for Research in Africa (Institut français de recherche en Afrique, IFRA) based in Nairobi, Kenya, and its former Directors Philippe Bocquier, Bernard Charlery de la Masselière, Bernard Calas, as well as current Director Christian Thibon to whom the editor expresses his deepest gratitude. After supporting and facilitating fieldwork, Bernard Charlery de la Masselière was involved in administrative matters related to the French version of this book until the final months before its completion. This English version was established under the direction of Deputy Director Marie-Aude Fouéré. Pascale Charlery de la Masselière is deeply thanked for introducing the head of the project to some influential members of the Indian-Kenyan minority.

© Africae, 2015

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