Volume 12, Number 1, 2012 (New Series)

Table of Contents

Space, Mobility, and Translocal Connections across the Red Sea Area since 1500

pp. ix-xxvi
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Conquistadores, Mercenaries, and Missionaries: The Failed Portuguese Dominion of the Red Sea

pp. 1-28
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Suakin: A Northeast African Port in the Ottoman Empire

pp. 29-50
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Muslim Partners, Catholic Foes: The Selective Isolation of Gondärine Ethiopia

pp. 51-72
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Famines of War: The Red Sea Grain Market and Famine in Eastern Sudan, 1889–1891

pp. 73-94
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Women Who Migrate, Men Who Wait: Eritrean Labor Migration to the Arab Near East

pp. 95-127
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Red Sea Translocals: Hadrami Migration, Entrepreneurship, and Strategies of Integration in Eritrea, 1840s–1970s

pp. 129-167
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The Rashayda: Ethnic Identity and Dhow Activity in Suakin on the Red Sea Coast

pp. 169-216
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Arabic and Cushitic Toponymy: One Coast with Two Maps

pp. 217-241
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Reflections on the Red Sea Style: Beyond the Surface of Coastal Architecture

pp. 243-271
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From Marinetti to Pasolini: Massawa, the Red Sea, and the Construction of “Mediterranean Africa” in Italian Literature and Cinema

pp. 273-307
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In Memoriam

p. 309
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Reviews

Le note del commissario Teobaldo Folchi e i cenni storico amministrativi sul commissariato di Massaua (1898) (review)

pp. 311-313
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Holy City on the Nile: Omdurman during the Mahdiyya, 1885–1898 (review)

pp. 314-317
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Race and Slavery in the Middle East: Histories of Trans-Saharan Africans in Nineteenth-Century Egypt, Sudan, and the Ottoman Mediterranean (review)

pp. 317-319
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The Missionary Strategies of the Jesuits in Ethiopia (1555–1632) (review)

pp. 319-324
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Mutilating Khalid: The Symbolic Politics of Female Genital Cutting (review)

pp. 325-327
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Eritrea (Africa in Focus Series) (review)

pp. 328-330
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Reminiscences of My Life (review)

pp. 330-334
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Waging Peace in Sudan (review)

pp. 335-340
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About the Contributors

pp. 341-346
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