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Volume 82, Number 3, August 2012

Table of Contents


S. W. D. K. Gandah (1927–2001): Intellectual and historian from northern Ghana

pp. 343-355

Gandah-Yir: The house of the brave. The biography of a northern Ghanaian Chief (ca. 1872 − 1950)

pp. 356-367

‘The modern shopping experience’: Kingsway department store and consumer politics in Ghana

pp. 368-392

‘Travelling while sitting down’: Mobile phones, mobility and the communication landscape in Inhambane, Mozambique

pp. 393-412

The ironies of pop: Local music production and citizenship in a small Namibian town

pp. 413-436

Sitting and standing: How families are fixing trust in uncertain times

pp. 437-456

‘Every name has its path’: Imagining and achieving Fulbe entanglement in a Moose community

pp. 457-478

Review Article

What makes a Christian?: Perspectives from studies of pneumatic Christianity

pp. 479-491

Reviews of books

Frontiers of Violence in North-East Africa: genealogies of violence since 1800 (review)

pp. 492-493

Domesticating Vigilantism in Africa (review)

pp. 493-494

The Dark Sahara: America’s War on Terror in Africa (review)

pp. 495-496

Hot Spot Horn of Africa Revisited: approaches to make sense of conflict (review)

pp. 496-497

The Anthropology of Texts, Persons, and Publics: oral and written cultures in Africa and beyond (review)

pp. 497-499

Pratiques d’enquêtes (review)

pp. 499-500

Land, Labour and Entrustment: West African female farmers and the politics of difference (review)

pp. 500-501

Imagining Serengeti: a history of landscape memory in Tanzania from earliest times to the present (review)

pp. 502-503

The Land Has Changed: history, society and gender in colonial eastern Nigeria (review)

pp. 503-505

A Short History of African Philosophy (review)

pp. 505-506

Constructing African Art Histories for the Lagoons of Côte d’Ivoire (review)

pp. 506-507

Lusophone Africa: beyond independence (review)

pp. 507-508

Moroccan Households in the World Economy: labor and inequality in a Berber village (review)

pp. 509-510

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