1. Cultural Politics in the Post-Colony: Music, Nationalism and Statism in Mali, 1964–75
  2. Ryan Thomas Skinner
  3. pp. 511-534
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  1. A generation of orphans: The Socio-Economic Crisis in Côte d’Ivoire as seen through Popular Music
  2. Anne Schumann
  3. pp. 535-555
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  1. Hip-Hop and Cultural Citizenship on Kenya’s ‘Swahili Coast’
  2. Andrew J. Eisenberg
  3. pp. 556-578
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  1. Coercion, Fetishes and Suffering in the Daily Lives of Young Nigerian Women in Italy
  2. Simona Taliani
  3. pp. 579-608
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  1. Post-Colonial Histories of Sexuality: The Political Invention of a Libidinal African Straight
  2. Basile Ndjio
  3. pp. 609-631
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  1. Life with HIV: ‘Stigma’ and Hope in Malawi’s Era of ARVs
  2. Jessica Johnson
  3. pp. 632-653
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  1. African Sexualities: a reader (review)
  2. Marc Epprecht
  3. pp. 654-655
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  1. Not Just a Victim: the child as catalyst and witness of contemporary Africa (review)
  2. Elizabeth Cooper
  3. pp. 659-660
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  1. Hope Is Cut: youth, unemployment, and the future in urban Ethiopia (review)
  2. Brad Weiss
  3. pp. 660-662
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  1. Youth Gangs and Street Children: culture, nurture and masculinity in Ethiopia (review)
  2. Marco Di Nunzio
  3. pp. 662-663
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  1. Aesthetic Formations: media, religion, and the senses (review)
  2. Tilo Grätz
  3. pp. 663-665
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  1. Sukuma Labor Songs from Western Tanzania (review)
  2. Alex Perullo
  3. pp. 665-666
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  1. Where There Is No Government: enforcing property rights in common law Africa (review)
  2. Christian Lund
  3. pp. 666-668
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  1. Burning the Veil: the Algerian War and the ‘emancipation’ of Muslim women, 1954–62 (review)
  2. Ryme Seferdjeli
  3. pp. 668-669
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  1. Rituals in Cameroon Drama: a semiological interpretation of the plays of Gilbert Doho, Bole Butake and Hansel Ndumbe Eyoh (review)
  2. Emmanuel Fru Doh
  3. pp. 670-671
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  1. Life Within Limits: well-being in a world of want (review)
  2. John Chernoff
  3. pp. 671-673
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