1. The Letters of Isaiah Moteka
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  1. Rethinking political rhetoric and authority during Rwanda’s First and Second Republics
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  1. Welcoming the ‘Fon of Fons’: anglophone elites and the politics of hosting Cameroon’s head of state
  2. Rogers Tube Egbe Orock
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  1. On representation and power: portrait of a vodun leader in present-day Benin
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  1. Who owns the diamonds?: The occult eco-nomy of diamond mining in Sierra Leone
  2. Lorenzo D’Angelo
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  1. Spiritual border crossings: childbirth, postpartum seclusion and religious alterity in Amhara, Ethiopia
  2. Anita Hannig
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  1. I took an allegiance to secrecy: complexities of conducting ethnographic research at home
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  1. Print Culture and the First Yoruba Novel: I. B. Thomas’s ‘Life Story of Me, Sẹgilọla’ and other texts by Karin Barber (review)
  2. Derek R. Peterson
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  1. Lagos: a cultural and historical companion by Kaye Whiteman (review)
  2. Tunde Decker
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  1. The Making of the Pentecostal Melodrama: religion, media, and gender in Kinshasa by Katrien Pype (review)
  2. Ch. Didier Gondola
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  1. Living the Hiplife: celebrity and entrepreneurship in Ghanaian popular music by Jesse Weaver Shipley (review)
  2. Jenny F. Mbaye
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  1. The Equality of Believers: Protestant missionaries and the racial politics of South Africa by Richard Elphick (review)
  2. Joel Cabrita
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  1. The Struggle for Modern Nigeria: the Biafran War 1967–1970 by Michael Gould (review)
  2. Axel Harneit-Sievers
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  1. Light on Darkness? Missionary photography of Africa in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by T. Jack Thompson (review)
  2. Paul S. Landau
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  1. Moral Power: the magic of witchcraft by Koen Stroeken (review)
  2. Jane Parish
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  1. African Children at Work: work and learning in growing up for life ed. by Gerd Spittler and Michael Bourdillon (review)
  2. Afua Twum-Danso Imoh
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  1. Child Care in a Globalizing World: perspectives from Ghana ed. by Christine Oppong, Delali M. Badasu, and Kari Wærness (review)
  2. Géraldine André
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  1. Diaspora and Imagined Nationality: USA-Africa dialogue and cyberframing Nigerian nationhood by Koleade Odutola (review)
  2. Shola Adenekan
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  1. Muslim Families in Global Senegal: money takes care of shame by Beth Buhhenhagen (review)
  2. Nadine Sieveking
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  1. An introduction to the letters of Isaiah Moteka: the correspondence of a twentieth-century South African Zionist minister
  2. Joel Cabrita
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