1. Engendering West Central African History: The Role of Urban Women in Benguela in the Nineteenth Century
  2. Mariana P. Candido
  3. pp. 7-36
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  1. Towards a New Study of the So-Called Tārīkh al-fattāsh
  2. Mauro Nobili, Mohamed Shahid Mathee
  3. pp. 37-73
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  1. Why Stay?: Forced Labor, the Correia Report, and Portuguese–South African Competition at the Angola–Namibia Border, 1917–1939
  2. Alexander Keese
  3. pp. 75-108
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  1. Church Discipline Chronicled – A New Source for Basel Mission Historiography
  2. Anne Beutter
  3. pp. 109-138
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  1. From Atlantic Creoles to African Nationalists: Reflections on the Historiography of Nineteenth-Century Fanteland
  2. Rebecca Shumway
  3. pp. 139-164
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  1. Afro-Catholic Baptism and The Articulation of a Merchant Community, Agoué 1840–1860
  2. Luis Nicolau Parés
  3. pp. 165-201
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  1. Southern Sudanese Narratives of Displacement, and the Ambiguity of “Voice”
  2. Nicki Kindersley
  3. pp. 203-237
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  1. Can We Believe the Stories about Biko?: Oral Sources, Meaning, and Emotion in South African Struggle History
  2. Leslie Anne Hadfield
  3. pp. 239-263
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  1. Suitcases and the Poetics of Oddities: Writing History from Disorderly Archives
  2. Florence Bernault
  3. pp. 269-277
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  1. Experience as Evidence in Africanist Historiography
  2. Gregory Mann
  3. pp. 279-286
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  1. Elusive History: Fractured Archives, Politicized Orality, and Sensing the Postcolonial Past
  2. Moses E. Ochonu
  3. pp. 287-298
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  1. Fractures and Fragments: Finding Postcolonial Histories of Guinea in Local Archives
  2. John Straussberger
  3. pp. 299-307
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  1. Hodgepodge Historiography: Documents, Itineraries, and the Absence of Archives
  2. Luise White
  3. pp. 309-318
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  1. “Bini, Vidi, Vici”–On the Misuse of “Style” in the Analysis of Sixteenth Century Luso-African Ivories
  2. Peter Mark
  3. pp. 323-334
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  1. Lip Ornaments and the Domestication of Trade Goods: Fashion in Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Central East Africa
  2. Andrea Felber Seligman
  3. pp. 357-373
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  1. Material Biographies: Saharan Trade and the Lives of Objects in Fourteenth and Fifteenth-Century West Africa
  2. Raymond A. Silverman
  3. pp. 375-395
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  1. Inquisition Records from Goa as Sources for the Study of Slavery in the Eastern Domains of the Portuguese Empire
  2. Stephanie Hassell
  3. pp. 397-418
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  1. Reviving the Remains of Colonization – The Belgian Colonial Archives in Brussels
  2. Bérengère Piret
  3. pp. 419-431
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  1. Recordmaking, Recordkeeping and Landholding – Chanceries and Archives in Ethiopia (1700–1974)
  2. Habtamu Mengistie Tegegne
  3. pp. 433-461
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  1. Archives and Material Culture: Critiques and Reviews - Editors’ Introduction
  2. Michel R. Doortmont, John H. Hanson, Jan Jansen, Dmitri van den Bersselaar
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  1. Introduction–Suitcases, Roads, and Archives: Writing the History of Africa after 1960
  2. Luise White
  3. pp. 265-267
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  1. Introduction–Material Culture and Commerce in Precolonial Africa
  2. Colleen E. Kriger
  3. pp. 319-321
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