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Volume 58, Number 2, Winter 2011

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Everyday Life in Postwar Sierra Leone

Introduction: Everyday Life in Postwar Sierra Leone

pp. v-xii

The Check Is Not in the Mail: How Local Civil-Society Organizations Cope with Funding Volatility in Postconflict Sierra Leone

pp. 2-16

A Comparative Analysis: Everyday Experiences of Disability in Sierra Leone

pp. 18-40

The Real and Symbolic Importance of Food in War: Hunger Pains and Big Men's Bellies in Sierra Leone

pp. 42-56

Riding the Narrow Tracks of Moral Life: Commercial Motorbike Riders in Makeni, Sierra Leone

pp. 58-95

Between Ex-Combatization and Opportunities for Peace: The Double-Edged Qualities of Motorcycle-Taxi Driving in Urban Postwar Sierra Leone

pp. 96-127

The Crisis of Youth in Postwar Sierra Leone: Problem Solved?

pp. 128-153

Book Reviews

Human Rights and Social Movements (review)

pp. 154-156

Nigeria, Nationalism, and Writing History (review)

pp. 156-157

The Forger's Tale: The Search for Odeziaku (review)

p. 158

Biafra Revisted (review)

pp. 159-160

Ending British Rule in Africa: Writers in a Common Cause (review)

p. 161

From Africa to America: Religion and Adaptation Among Ghanaian Immigrants in New York (review)

p. 162

Book Received

Books Received

p. 163



pp. 164-165

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