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  1. No Global Labor History without Africa: Reciprocal Comparison and Beyond
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  1. The Archaeological Potential for Reconstructing the History of Labor Relations in East Africa, c. 1500–1900
  2. Paul J. Lane
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  2. Karin Pallaver
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  1. Open Sourcing the Colonial Archive – A Digital Montage of the History of Fernando Pó and the Bight of Biafra
  2. Enrique Martino
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  2. Samuel Aniegye Ntewusu
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  1. The Early Issues of the First Newspaper in Hausa Gaskiya ta fi Kwabo, 1939–1945
  2. John Edward Philips
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  2. Jan Jansen, John H. Hanson, Michel R. Doortmont, Dmitri van den Bersselaar
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