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Santen, J. van, ‘Mafa women in the process of Islamization’, Paper presented at the AAA-congress, Washington (USA) 1989 (32p).

Santen, J. van, ‘Women, State and Islam in North Cameroon’, Paper presented at an Internatinal Conference on State and Islam, Leiden University, 1989 (23p).

Santen, J. van, ‘Twins, the number two and women’, Paper presented at the Fifth Satterthwaithe Colloquium, University of Oxford (England), 1989 (30p).

Santen, J. van, ‘Mafa Women in the process of Islamization’, Paper presented at the Sixth Satterthwaithe Colloquium on African Ritual and Religion, Satterthwaithe (England), 1990 (39p).

Santen, J. van, ‘The State in Africa and women, changing economic occupations of Mafa Women due to Islamization’, Paper presented at The Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, York (England), 1990 (29).

Santen, J. van, ‘Economic changes of Mafa women (North Cameroon) due to Islamisation and the autonomy debate in the Dutch development world’, paper presented at a conference of the Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Soziologie, Sektionssitzung Entwicklungssoziologie und Sozialanthropologie, Freie Universitaet Berlin, 1991.

Santen, J. van, ‘”If you pray the Muslim Community takes care of you”, Changes in social Arrangements within Mafa society after Islamisation’, Paper presented at the Conference: Changing Kinship and Gender realtions, Nairobi (Kenya), February 1993.

Santen, J. van, ‘Islamization and urbanisation among the Mafa, different commitments to the village’, Paper presented at the annual seminar of the workshop Gender Studies of the European Sociological Association, 9-10 June 1995 (University of Bielefeld, Germany).

Santen, J. van, ‘Islamization in North Cameroon, political processes and individual choices’, Paper presented at an International Symposium on Conversation, 13-13 June 1994, University of Amsterdam.

Santen, J. van, ‘Regional balance and national integration in Cameroon, the case of the Mafa, and imbalance along religious lines’, Paper presented at the Conference on Regional Balance and National Integration in Cameroon, lessons learnt and the future, 13-18 October 1995, Yaounde.

Santen, J. van, ‘Des groupes Foulbe au Benin et Cameroun et leurs relations avec leurs voisins, a comparaison’, Paper presented at a seminar on: Les dynamiques frontieres, Bielefeld (Germany), 9-10 June, 1995 (30p).

Santen, J. van, ‘Mafa women, Islamisation and Property’, Seminar on Colonial and postcolonial legalities of land and property, London University College, June 1997.

Santen, J. van, ‘If we Islamise men do not have any influence any more, Gender and ethnic boundaries in a North Cameroonian society’, For Seminar” Identity in Africa, Leiden Research School CNWS, May 1997.

Santen, J. van, ‘Taureau sacrale et vache profane, la place de la vache chez les Mafa’ Paper presented at the Colloque Les animaux dans le bassin Mega Tchad, EMRES, Orleans, October 1997.

Santen, J. van, Schaafsma, J., ‘Mafa women and migration, a total change of identity’, Seminar on Women and Migration, Anthropological Perspectives, Institut fuer Ethnologie, Muenster, October 1997.

Santen, J. van, ‘Women’s organisation and network facilities in North Cameroon, division along religious lines’, Workshop: Civil Society and Women’s Organisation and Networking, Forschungsschwerpunkt Entwicklungssoziologie, Universitaet Bielefeld, February 1999.

Santen, J. van, ‘Twins and the meaning of the number two in Mafa society’, World and I, Washington Times Corporation, 1991.

Santen, J. van, ‘Over de grenzen, het perspectief van Vrouwen’, Het Kweekbed Ontkiemd, (eds) H. Claessen, M.v.d. Engel, D. Plantenga, Ca/SNWS-Vena, Leiden 1991:223-238.

Santen, J. van, ‘Der Autonomieansatz in der Niederlaendischen Entwicklungsdiskussion, Veraenderungen der Frauenoekonomie bei den Mafa (Nord Kamerun) im Zuge der Islamisierung’, Peripherie 47/48, 1992:171-190.

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