We cannot verify your location
Browse Book and Journal Content on Project MUSE
OR

  Volume 77, Number 4, 2007

Table of Contents

From: Africa: The Journal of the International African Institute

Previous Issue Next Issue

Pentecostalism Beyond Belief: Trust and Democracy in a Malawian Township

pp. 477-499

The Teso Insurgency Remembered: Churches, Burials and Propriety

pp. 500-516

Practices of Relatedness and the Re-Invention of Duol As a Network of Care for Orphans and Widows in Western Kenya

pp. 517-534
|

Violence, Sacrifice and Chiefship in Central Equatoria, Southern Sudan

pp. 535-558

The Cwezi-kubandwa Debate: Gender, Hegemony and Pre-Colonial Religion in Bunyoro, Western Uganda

pp. 559-581

What Came First, the Nation or the State? Political Process in the Comoro Islands

pp. 582-605

Reviews of books

Democracy and Elections in Africa (review)

pp. 606-608
|

A Culture of Corruption: everyday deception and popular discontent in Nigeria (review)

pp. 608-609
|

Everyday Corruption and the State: Citizens and Public Officials in Africa (review)

pp. 609-610
|

Le Malaise Créole: ethnic identity in Mauritius (review)

pp. 611-612
|

Les Trajectoires d'un Etat-frontière: espaces, évolution politique et transformations sociales en Mauritanie (review)

pp. 612-613
|

Battling Terrorism in the Horn of Africa (review)

pp. 613-614
|

Revolution, Counter-Revolution and Revisionism in Postcolonial Africa: the case of Mozambique, 1975–1994 (review)

pp. 614-616
|

A Political History of The Gambia 1816–1994 (review)

pp. 616-617
|

Carrying the Sun on Our Backs: unfolding German colonialism in Namibia from Caprivi to Kasikili (review)

pp. 617-618
|

The Nile in Darkness: a flawed unity, 1863–1899 (review)

pp. 618-620
|

An African Family Archive: the Lawsons of Little Popo/Aneho (Togo) 1841–1938 (review)

pp. 620-621
|

Flickering Shadows: cinema and identity in colonial Zimbabwe (review)

pp. 621-622
|

Writing Madness: borderlines of the body in African literature (review)

pp. 623-624
|

The Languages and Literatures of Africa: the sands of Babel (review)

pp. 624-625
|

Research Areas

Recommend

  • You have access to this content
  • Free sample
  • Open Access
  • Restricted Access