1. Literacy’s Feedback on Historical Analysis Revisited: Papers in Honor of David Henige
  2. Michel R. Doortmont, John H. Hanson, Jan Jansen, Dmitri van den Bersselaar
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  1. Making History in Africa: David Henige and the Quest for Method in African History
  2. Michel R. Doortmont
  3. pp. 7-20
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  1. Colonialism from the Middle: African Clerks as Historical Actors and Discursive Subjects
  2. Ralph A. Austen
  3. pp. 21-33
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  1. Literacy and the Decolonization of Africa’s Intellectual History
  2. Esperanza Brizuela-Garcia
  3. pp. 35-46
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  1. Fieldwork, Orality, Text: Ethnographic and Historical Fields of Knowledge in Colonial and Postcolonial Gabon
  2. John M. Cinnamon
  3. pp. 47-77
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  1. “Watch the Waves of the Sea”: Literacy, Feedback, and the European Encounter in Elmina
  2. Bayo Holsey
  3. pp. 79-101
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  1. The Intimacy of Belonging: Literacy and the Experience of Sunjata in Mali
  2. Jan Jansen
  3. pp. 103-122
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  1. Doubting Modernity for Madagascar’s Cactus Pastoralists
  2. Jeffrey C. Kaufmann
  3. pp. 123-151
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  1. Nana Asma’u’s Instruction and Poetry for Present-day American Muslimahs
  2. Beverly Mack
  3. pp. 153-168
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  1. Local Knowledge: An Akuapem Twi History of Asante
  2. Tom C. McCaskie
  3. pp. 169-192
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  1. Remembering Korle Bu Hospital: Biomedical Heritage and Colonial Nostalgia in the Golden Jubilee Souvenir
  2. Jonathan Roberts
  3. pp. 193-226
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  1. Some Implications of Literacy in Uganda
  2. Michael Twaddle
  3. pp. 227-255
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  1. The Effect of Alex Haley’s Roots on How Gambians Remember the Atlantic Slave Trade
  2. Donald R. Wright
  3. pp. 295-318
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  1. Backstory, Biography, and the Life of the James Stuart Archive
  2. Carolyn Hamilton
  3. pp. 319-341
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  1. Ndukwana kaMbengwana as an Interlocutor on the History of the Zulu Kingdom, 1897–1903
  2. John Wright
  3. pp. 343-368
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  1. From the Madrasah to the Museum: The Social Life of the “Kietaabs” of Cape Town
  2. Saarah Jappie
  3. pp. 369-399
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  1. History for Timbuktu: Aḥmad Bul‘arāf, Archives, and the Place of the Past
  2. Shamil Jeppie
  3. pp. 401-416
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  1. Style Guide for History in Africa
  2. pp. 417-424
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