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  Volume 80, Number 3, 2010

Table of Contents

Hometown Associations in Cameroon

Revisiting the Politics of Belonging in Cameroon

pp. 345-370

Urbanites and Urban Villagers: Comparing ‘Home’ Among Elite and Non-Elite Bamiléké Women’s Hometown Associations

pp. 371-396

Primary Patriotism, Shifting Identity: Hometown Associations in Manyu Division, South-West Cameroon

pp. 397-425

Speaking of Memory and Local Politics

Disguising the Pain of Remembering in Akwapim

pp. 426-452

Political Clientelism and Rural Development in South-Western Nigeria

pp. 453-472

Lip-Synch Gospel: Christian Music and the Ethnopoetics of Identity in Kenya

pp. 473-496

Review Article

Land and the Politics of Belonging in Africa

pp. 497-502

Reviews of Books

African Art: a century at the Brooklyn Museum (review)

pp. 503-504

Intonations: a social history of music and nation in Luanda, Angola, from 1945 to recent times (review)

pp. 504-506

The Masons of Djenné (review)

pp. 506-507

Media and Identity in Africa (review)

pp. 507-509

Africanistica: le culture orali dell’Africa (review)

pp. 509-510

Naming Colonialism: history and collective memory in the Congo, 1870–1960 (review)

pp. 510-512

The African City: a history (review)

pp. 512-513

Local Politics and the Dynamics of Property in Africa (review)

pp. 513-515

The Pot-King: the body and technologies of power, and:Régner au Cameroun: le roi-pot (review)

pp. 515-516

Children in Slavery through the Ages (review)

pp. 516-518

Pillars of the Nation: child citizens and Ugandan national development (review)

pp. 518-520

Routes of Remembrance: refashioning the slave trade in Ghana (review)

pp. 520-521

Reconfiguring Slavery: West African trajectories (review)

pp. 521-523

A Problem of Presence: beyond scripture in an African church (review)

pp. 523-524

Bernardo Bernardi

p. 525

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