1. Introduction: Ken Saro-Wiwa as Public Intellectual
  2. Stephanie Newell
  3. pp. vii-xvi
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  1. "Work Is War": The Biafran War and Neoliberalism in Ken Saro-Wiwa's Sozaboy
  2. Nimanthi Perera-Rajasingham
  3. pp. 1-20
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  1. "We all stand before history": (Re)Locating Saro-Wiwa in the Biafran War Canon
  2. Matthew Lecznar
  3. pp. 21-38
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  1. The Adulterated Children of Child Soldier Narratives
  2. David Mastey
  3. pp. 39-55
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  1. An Environmental Unconscious?: Nigerian Oil Politics, Autonomous Partial Objects, and Ken Saro-Wiwa's Sozaboy
  2. Brendon Nicholls
  3. pp. 56-77
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  1. The Textual Politics of the Land in the Writings of Ken Saro-Wiwa
  2. Alexander Fyfe
  3. pp. 78-93
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  1. Literary Militancy and Helon Habila's Oil on Water
  2. Sule Emmanuel Egya
  3. pp. 94-104
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  1. Participatory Cultures and Biopolitics in the Global South in In Koli Jean Bofane's Congo Inc.
  2. Russell West-Pavlov
  3. pp. 105-121
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  1. Diasporic Wanderings: The Poetics of Tierno Monenembo
  2. Patricia-Pia Célérier
  3. pp. 122-137
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  1. Cosmopolitan Dilemma: Diasporic Subjectivity and Postcolonial Liminality in Teju Cole's Open City
  2. Delphine Fongang
  3. pp. 138-154
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  1. Diasporic Transnationalism in Zoë Wicomb's The One That Got Away and October
  2. Aaron Eastley
  3. pp. 155-174
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  1. Toward a Planetary History of Afrofuturism
  2. Sofia Samatar
  3. pp. 175-191
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  1. Through a Charged Field: Authoritative Discourses and Dialogism in Solomon Mutswairo's Chaminuka: Prophet of Zimbabwe (1983)
  2. Anias Mutekwa
  3. pp. 192-208
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  1. Multiplying Women's Voices: Writing across Language Boundaries in Leila Abouzeid's The Last Chapter
  2. Erin Twohig
  3. pp. 209-224
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  1. Staging "Islam": Sefi Atta's Hagel auf Zamfara [The Sentence] at the Theater Krefeld/Mönchengladbach
  2. Christine Matzke
  3. pp. 225-242
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  1. Lumpy Sympathies: An Interview in Beirut with Teju Cole
  2. James M. Hodapp
  3. pp. 243-249
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  1. The Soweto Uprisings Forty Years On: Usable Pasts and Uncertain Futures
  2. Loren Kruger
  3. pp. 250-255
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  1. Literature, Law, and Rhetorical Performance in the Anticolonial Atlantic by Anne W. Gulick (review)
  2. Raphael Daneo
  3. pp. 265-266
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  1. Le Code de l'indigénat: Ou le fondement des Etats autocratiques en Afrique francophone by Gilbert Doho (review)
  2. Suzanne Ondrus
  3. pp. 266-267
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  1. Ethics and Human Rights in Anglophone African Women's Literature: Feminist Empathy by Chielozona Eze (review)
  2. Dobrota Pucherova
  3. pp. 268-270
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  1. Ilê Aiyê in Brazil and the Reinvention of Africa by Niyi Afolabi (review)
  2. Sheneese Thompson
  3. pp. 271-272
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  1. Evaluators for Volume 48
  2. p. 274
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