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October 18, 2010 Time: 03:29pm afr092.tex AFRICA Journal of the International African Institute Revue de l’Institut Africain International Volume 80, 2010 Editors Karin Barber and David Pratten Reviews Editor Nicolas Argenti I · A · I October 18, 2010 Time: 03:29pm afr092.tex CONTENTS Introduction: interpreting land markets in Africa JEAN-PHILIPPE COLIN AND PHILIP WOODHOUSE 1 Forbidden but not suppressed: a ‘vernacular’ land market in Svosve Communal Lands, Zimbabwe ADMOS CHIMHOWU AND PHILIP WOODHOUSE 14 Fractured governance and local frictions: the exclusionary nature of a clandestine land market in southern Zambia NICHOLAS J. SITKO 36 Is land inalienable? Historical and current debates on land transfers in northern Ghana CAROLA LENTZ 56 Customary transfers and land sales in Côte d’Ivoire: revisiting the embeddedness issue JEAN-PIERRE CHAUVEAU AND JEAN-PHILIPPE COLIN 81 Family values, land sales and agricultural commodification in south-eastern Ghana KOJO SEBASTIAN AMANOR 104 Intra-family and socio-political dimensions of land markets and land conflicts: the case of the Abure, Côte d’Ivoire GEORGES KOUAMÉ 126 John Middleton (1921–2009) T. O. BEIDELMAN 147 ‘Cultural Officer’ at home and abroad: Oloye Adebayo . Ogunrinu Ogundijo ., 1939–2005 P. F. DE MORAES FARIAS AND O . LADE . JO . OKEDIJI 151 The sultan of Sokoto, Muhammadu Maccido (1926–2006) JEAN BOYD 159 Yusufu Bala Usman (1945–2005) M. M. GWADABE 165 Kay Ruth M. Williamson (1935–2005) OZO-MEKURI NDIMELE AND ROBIN HORTON 168 Past Pentecostalism: notes on rupture, realignment and everyday life in Pentecostal and African Independent Churches MATTHEW ENGELKE 177 October 18, 2010 Time: 03:29pm afr092.tex ‘A light-hearted bunch of ladies’: gendered power and irreverent piety in the Ghanaian Methodist diaspora MATTIA FUMANTI 200 Playing pool along the shores of Lake Victoria: fishermen, careers and capital accumulation in the Ugandan Nile perch business J. JOOST BEUVING 224 Post-colonial migration: virtual culture, urban farming and new peri-urban growth in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 1975–2000 GEOFFREY ROSS OWENS 249 ‘My “veil” does not go with my jeans’: veiling, fundamentalism, education and women’s agency in northern Cameroon JOSÉ C. M. VAN SANTEN 275 Cocoa, marriage, labour and land in Ghana: some matrilineal and patrilineal perspectives BEATRICE AKUA DUNCAN 301 Revisiting the politics of belonging in Cameroon BEN PAGE, MARTIN EVANS AND CLAIRE MERCER 345 Urbanites and urban villagers: comparing ‘home’ among elite and non-elite Bamiléké women’s hometown associations PAMELA FELDMAN-SAVELSBERG AND FLAVIEN TIOKOU NDONKO 371 Primary patriotism, shifting identity: hometown associations in Manyu Division, south-west Cameroon MARTIN EVANS 397 Disguising the pain of remembering in Akwapim MICHELLE GILBERT 426 Political clientelism and rural development in south-western Nigeria AYO . KUNLE OLUMUYIWA O . MO . BO . WALE AND AKINPE . LU O . LANREWAJU OLUTAYO . 453 Lip-synch gospel: Christian music and the ethnopoetics of identity in Kenya MARK LAMONT 473 Modernity, autochthony and the Ivorian nation: the end of a century in Côte d’Ivoire ARMANDO CUTOLO 527 New kinds of land conflict in urban Cameroon: the case of the ‘landless’ indigenous peoples in Yaoundé ANTOINE SOCPA 553 October 18, 2010 Time: 03:29pm afr092.tex Regulation, cross-border trade and practical norms in West Nile, north-western Uganda KRISTOF TITECA AND TOM DE HERDT 573 Local perceptions of migration from north-west Ghana KEES VAN DER GEEST 595 On dancing and fishing: joy and the celebration of fertility among the Punu of Congo-Brazzaville CARINE PLANCKE 620 The world’s first biometric money: Ghana’s e-Zwich and the contemporary influence of South African biometrics KEITH BRECKENRIDGE 642 Review articles Beyond creed, greed and booty: conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo EMILY PADDON 322 Land and the politics of belonging in Africa JOSEPH MUJERE 497 Review of Books 332, 503, 663 Index to Volume 80 683 ...


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