restricted access   Volume 33, 2006

Table of Contents

From: History in Africa

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Reconstructing Haberland Reconstructing the Wolaitta: Writing the History and Society of a Former Ethiopian Kingdom

pp. 1-15
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Teaching History in Twentieth Century Nigeria: The Challenges of Change

pp. 17-37
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The Spell of Oral History: A Case Study from Northern Igboland

pp. 39-52
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The Contemporary Significance of What Has Been. Three Approaches to Remembering the Past: Lineage, Gada, and Oral Tradition

pp. 53-84
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The History of Africanization and the Africanization of History

pp. 85-100
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Cabo Verde: Gulag of the South Atlantic: Racism, Fishing Prohibitions, and Famines

pp. 101-135
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Anthropological Historical Research in Africa: How Do We Ask?

pp. 137-153
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The Works of A. E. Afigbo on Nigeria: An Historiographical Essay

pp. 155-178
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Precolonial Sub-Saharan Africa and the Ancient Norse World: Looking for Similarities

pp. 179-203
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Global Explanations versus Local Interpretations: The Historiography of the Influenza Pandemic of 1918-19 in Africa

pp. 205-230
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Voices from Within and Without: Sources, Methods, and Problematics in the Recovery of the Agrarian History of the Igbo (Southeastern Nigeria)

pp. 231-253
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History with a Mission: Abraham Kawadza and Narratives of Agrarian Change in Zimbabwe

pp. 255-270
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The Journey of Major Rayne on the Banks of Turkwell River: Silent Political Assignment and Travel Writing

pp. 271-286
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Denying History in Colonial Kenya: The Anthropology and Archeology of G.W.B. Huntingford and L.S.B. Leakey

pp. 287-320
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Linguistic Evidence for the Introduction of Ironworking in Bantu-Speaking Africa

pp. 321-361
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Political Songs, Collective Memories, and Kikuyu Indi Schools

pp. 363-388
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Acknowledging Knowledge: Dissemination and Reception of Expertise in Colonial Africa

pp. 389-393
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Cued Speeches: The Emergence of Shauri as Colonial Praxis in German East Africa, 1850-1903

pp. 395-412
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Missionary Expertise, Social Science, and the Uses of Ethnographic Knowledge in Colonial Gabon

pp. 413-432
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Missionary Knowledge and the State in Colonial Nigeria: On How G. T. Basden Became an Expert

pp. 433-450
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If You Can't Beat Them, Join Them: Government Cleansings of Witches and Mau Mau in 1950s Kenya

pp. 451-471
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Producing a Received View of Gold Coast Elite Society? C. F. Hutchison's Pen Pictures of Modern Africans and African Celebrities

pp. 473-493
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The German Maps at the East Africana Collection, University Library of Dar Es Salaam

pp. 495-498
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How to Distil Words and Obtain Culture History

pp. 499-511
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Supplementary Notes on Charles John Andersson's Journey to the Okavango River

pp. 513-521
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