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  1. An Oral Philosophy of Personhood: Comments on Philosophy and Orality
  2. Kwasi Wiredu
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  1. Subversion of Patriarchal Ideology: A Case Study of Magdalene, a Woman Oral Narrative Performer from the Samburu of Kenya
  2. Mumia G. Osaaji
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  1. Asante Traditions and Female Self-Assertion: Sister Abena’s Narrative
  2. Beverly J. Stoeltje
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  1. Niger and Sarraounia: One Hundred Years of Forgetting Female Leadership
  2. Antoinette Tidjani Alou
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  1. Oral Literature as Moral Guide: “Sunba” in Contemporary Media
  2. Tal Tamari
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  1. Negotiating Time, Space, and Spirit: A Case Study of Oral Tradition and the Construction of Lineage Identity in West Africa
  2. Claudius Fergus
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  1. African Diaspora Vernacular Traditions and the Dilemma of Identity
  2. Joseph McLaren
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  1. African American Belief Narratives and the African Cultural Tradition
  2. John Roberts
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  1. Context and Meaning in Trinidad Yoruba Songs: Peter Was a Fisherman and Songs of the Orisha Palais
  2. Funso Aiyejina, Rawle Gibbons, Baba Sam Phills
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  1. Trinidad Calypso as Postmodernism in the Diaspora: Linking Rhythms, Lyrics, and the Ancestral Spirits
  2. Michael Toussaint
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  1. On Seeing Africa for the First Time: Orality, Memory, and the Diaspora in Isidore Okpewho’s Call Me by My Rightful Name
  2. Adetayo Alabi
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  1. From Formalism to Ideology: Toward a Creole Narrative Grammar
  2. Lee Haring
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  1. Women as Artists in Contemporary Zimbabwe, and: Theatre, Performance and New Media in Africa (review)
  2. David Kerr
  3. pp. 166-170
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  1. Writing from the Hearth: Public, Domestic, and Imaginative Space in Francophone Women’s Fiction of Africa and the Caribbean (review)
  2. Julia Praud
  3. pp. 170-171
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  1. Between Rites and Rights: Excision in Women’s Experiential Texts and Human Contexts (review)
  2. Evelyne Accad
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  1. Manifeste d’une nouvelle littérature africaine: pour une littérature préemptive (review)
  2. Christopher L. Miller
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  1. Introduction
  2. Isidore Okpewho
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  1. Verbal Miscues or Cultural Agency? Icheoku: An Introduction
  2. Chiji Akoma
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  1. Africa Writes Back: The African Writers Series and the Launch of African Literature (review)
  2. Stephen Gray
  3. pp. 177-180
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