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  Volume 83, Number 3, August 2013

Table of Contents

Ethnographies of the Road

Introduction: The Perils and Possibilities of African Roads

pp. 359-366
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Speed Governors: Road Safety and Infrastructural Overload in Post-Colonial Kenya, c. 1963-2013

pp. 367-384
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Ethnography on the Road: Infrastructural Vision and the Unruly Present in Contemporary Dakar

pp. 385-402
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Heroes of the Road: Race, Gender and the Politics of Mobility in Twentieth Century Tanzania

pp. 403-425
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Roadside Comforts: Truck Stops on the Forty Days Road in Western Sudan

pp. 426-445
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Dwelling on the Road: Routines, Rituals and Roadblocks in Southern Ghana

pp. 446-469
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Estrangement and Unemployment

Teatime: Boredom and the Temporalities of Young Men in Niger

pp. 385-402
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Envisioning Governance: Expectations and Estrangements of Transformed Rule in Glendale, South Africa

pp. 492-512
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Reviews of books

African Police and Soldiers in Colonial Zimbabwe 1923-80 by Timothy Stapleton (review)

pp. 513-514
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S is for Samora: a lexical biography of Samora Machel and the Mozambican dream by Sarah Lefanu (review)

pp. 514-516
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Human Rights and African Airwaves: mediating equality on the Chichewa radio by Harri Englund (review)

pp. 516-517
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A History of Malawi, 1859-1966 by John McCracken (review)

pp. 517-518
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Sudan Looks East: China, India and the politics of Asian alternatives ed. by Daniel Large and Luke Patey (review)

pp. 518-520
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Remaking Rwanda: state building and human rights after mass violence ed. by Scott Straus and Lars Waldorf (review)

pp. 520-521
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Encounters with Witchcraft: field notes from Africa by Norman Miller (review)

pp. 522-523
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Congo Masquerade: the political culture of aid inefficiency and reform failure by Theodore Trefon (review)

pp. 523-524
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Intercourse and Crosscurrents in the Atlantic World: Calabar-British experience, 17th-20th centuries by David Lishilinimle Imbua (review)

pp. 525-526
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The Women's War of 1929: a history of anti-colonial resistance in eastern Nigeria by Toyin Falola and Adam Paddock (review)

pp. 526-527
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Osogbo and the Art of Heritage: monuments, deities, and money by Peter Probst (review)

pp. 527-529
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Mother Is Gold, Father Is Glass: gender and colonialism in a Yoruba town by Lorelle D. Semley (review)

pp. 529-530
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