International Encyclopaedia
of the Histories of Anthropology

Sudan Notes and Records was created in Anglo-Egyptian Sudan in 1918. This biannual periodical publication covered the colonial period and survived until 1974. It included a wide range of contributions, both from amateurs and leading figures in British social anthropology, such as E. E. Evans-Pritchard, and allowed many British colonial agents — especially the military — to publish their own ethnographic, historical and other texts.

Keywords: British colonialism | North Sudan/South Sudan | Nuer | Evans-Pritchard | Journals and periodicals

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