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Volume 59, Number 3, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

The Colonial Gesture of Development: The Interpersonal as a Promising Site for Rethinking Aid to Africa

pp. 2-28

The Development Exceptionality of Nigeria: The Context of Political and Social Currents

pp. 30-48

Some Reflections on the Prospects for the Harmonization of International Business Laws in Africa: OHADA and Beyond

pp. 50-80

Twittering the Boko Haram Uprising in Nigeria: Investigating Pragmatic Acts in the Social Media

pp. 82-102

The Nimbleness of Being Fulani

pp. 104-134

Beneath Kony 2012: Americans Aligning with Arms and Aiding Others

pp. 136-162

Book Reviews

Who Killed Hammarskjöld? The UN, the Cold War, and White Supremacy in Africa by Susan Williams (review)

pp. 163-166

W. E. B. Dubois on Africa ed. by Eugene F. Provenzo Jr., and Edmund Abaka (review)

pp. 167-168

After 50 Years: The Promised Land Is Still Too Far! 1961-2011 by Ibrahim J. Werrema (review)

pp. 168-170

No Time Like the Present: A Novel by Nadine Gordimer (review)

pp. 170-173

Books Received

p. 174


pp. 175-176

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