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  Volume 49, Number 1, Spring 2002

Table of Contents

From: Africa Today

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Special Issue:
Women, Languages, and Law in Africa

Introduction to Special Issue:

pp. vii-xx
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The Power of Language in the Discourse on Women's Rights: Some Examples from Tanzania

pp. 3-19
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Women's Voices in Akan Juridical Discourse

pp. 21-41
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Market Association Leaders' Strategic Use of Language and Narrative in Market Disputes and Negotiations in Kumasi, Ghana

pp. 43-58
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Women's Worlds, Siblings in Dispute over Inheritance: A View from Botswana

pp. 61-82
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"Stealing Our Heritage?": Women's Folksongs, Copyright Law, and the Public Domain in Algeria

pp. 85-97
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Book Reviews

"I Will Not Eat Stone": A Women's History of Colonial Asante (review)

pp. 99-101
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Is Uganda an Emerging Economy? (review)

pp. 101-103
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Subject to Colonialism: African Self-Fashioning and the Colonial Library (review)

pp. 103-107
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Asante Identities: History and Modernity in an African Village 1850-1950 (review)

pp. 107-108
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The Changing Forms of Identity Politics in Nigeria Under Economic Adjustment: The Case of the Oil Minorities Movement of the Niger Delta (review)

pp. 108-110
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African Women and Children: Crisis and Response (review)

pp. 110-113
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The Nation and the Politics of Nation Building in East Africa (review)

pp. 113-114
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Yoruba Hometowns: Community, Identity, and Development in Nigeria (review)

pp. 115-118
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France, the United States, and the Algerian War (review)

pp. 118-119
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The Politics of Truth and Reconciliation in South Africa: Legitimizing the Post-Apartheid State (review)

pp. 119-121
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Books Received

pp. 121-122
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Contributors

pp. 123-124
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Research Areas

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