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  • Books Received
Amtaika, Alexius, ed. 2017. The Democratization of Africa: Dynamics and Trends. Austin: Pan-African University Press.
Assensoh, A. B. 2016. A Matter of Sharing: My Memoir. Austin: Pan-African University Press.
Cheeseman, Lindsay Whitfield, and Carl Death, eds. 2017. The African Affairs Reader: Key Texts in Politics, Development, and International Relations. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Domingues da Silva, Daniel B. 2017. The Atlantic Slave Trade from West Central Africa 1780–1867. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Falola, Toyin. 2017. Decolonizing Nigeria, 1945–1960: Politics, Power, and Personalities. Austin: Pan-African University Press.
Fwatshak, Sati U. 2017. The Transformation of Central Nigeria. Austin: Pan-African University Press.
Gallagher, Julia. 2017. Zimbabwe’s International Relations: Fantasy, Reality and the Making of the State. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Higate, Paul, and Mats Utas, eds. 2017. Private Security in Africa: From the Global Assemblage to the Everyday. Uppsala: Zed Books.
McGovern, Mike. 2017. Explaining the Absence of War in an African Country: A Socialist Peace? Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Mimiko, N. Oluwafemi. 2017. Getting Our Universities Back on Track: Reflections and Governance Paradigms from My Vice-Chancellorship. Austin: Pan-African University Press.
Mutongi, Kenda. 2017. Matatu: A History of Popular Transportation in Nairobi. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Ncube, Mthuli, and Charles Leyeka Lufumpa, eds. 2017. Infrastructure in Africa: Lessons for Future Development. Bristol: Policy Press.
Robinson, Rachel Sullivan. 2017. Intimate Interventions in Global Health: Family Planning and HIV Prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [End Page 106]


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