Volume 32, 2005

Table of Contents

From: History in Africa

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  Colonialism and Intercommunity Relations: the Ifon-Ilobu Example

pp. 1-19
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  Historical Methodology and Writing the Liberian Past: the Case of Agriculture in the Nineteenth Century

pp. 21-39
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  Did They or Didn't They Invent It? Iron in Sub-Saharan Africa

pp. 41-94
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  "We Must Never Forget Where We Come From": The Bafokeng and Their Land in the 19th Century Transvaal

pp. 95-115
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  Ecclesiastical Cartography and the Problem of Africa

pp. 117-132
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  Africa's Media Empire: Drum 's Expansion to Nigeria

pp. 133-164
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  Further Considerations on the Sephardim of the Petite Cote

pp. 165-183
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  Inscriptions Are Texts Too

pp. 185-197
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  Beyond Eponymy: the Evidence for Loikop as an Ethnonym in Nineteenth-Century East Africa

pp. 199-220
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  Genetics, Egypt, and History: Interpreting Geographical Patterns of Y Chromosome Variation

pp. 221-246
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  Ethnicities of Enslaved Africans in the Diaspora: On the Meanings of "Mina" (Again)

pp. 247-267
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  A Critical Examination of Isaria Kimambo's Ideas Through Time

pp. 269-279
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  Reading Ethiopia Through Russian Eyes : Political and Racial Sentiments in the Travel Writings of Alexander Bulatovich, 1896-1898

pp. 281-294
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  Iwe Irohin and the Representation of the Universal in Nineteenth-Century Egbaland

pp. 295-305
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  Francophone Catholic Achievements in Igboland, 1883-1905

pp. 307-319
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  Bound to Africa: the Mandinka Legacy in the New World

pp. 321-369
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  Mallam Muhammad Bakatsine and the Jihad in Eastern Kano

pp. 371-383
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  Parish Registers: a Challenge for African Historical Demography

pp. 385-402
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  Phoenix from the Ashes: Rediscovery of the Lost Lukiiko Archives

pp. 403-414
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  The Documentary Impulse: Archives in the Bush

pp. 415-434
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  Unwritten History: African Work in the YMCA of South Africa

pp. 435-444
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  Navigating the Kenya National Archives: Research and its Role in Kenyan Society

pp. 445-455
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  Not Quite Cricket: "Civilization on Trial in South Africa": a Note on the First "Protest Film" Made in Southern Africa

pp. 457-466
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  Historical Research in Eastern Uganda: Local Archives

pp. 467-478
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  Television Docudrama as Alternative Records of History

pp. 479-484
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  Myth in the Context of African Traditional Histories: Can It Be Called "Applied History"?

pp. 485-491
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