Special guest editor Gaurav Desai has informed us of the following errors in "Translating between India and Tanzania: Sophia Mustafa's Partial Cosmopolitanism" by Tina Steiner, which appeared in RAL 42.3 (Asian African Literatures): 132-46:
On [page 139], Mustafa is listed as being a member of the Ismaili community. She was affiliated with the Ahmadiyya community.
On [page 146], the bibliographic entries should read as follows:
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The African Literature Association (ALA) has announced the ALA Travel Grant Award of $3,000 to be awarded to three ALA members traveling from Africa to Dallas, Texas, for the 2012 ALA Conference (April 11-15, 2012). Eligible applicants should demonstrate 1) scholarship; 2) financial need; and 3) ability to supplement grant award. Priority is given to early career applicants.
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