1. British Colonialism and Women’s Welfare in the Gold Coast Colony
  2. Ebenezer Ayesu, Francis Gbormittah, Kwame Adum-Kyeremeh
  3. pp. 2-30
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  1. Changes: Reflections on Senegalese Youth Political Engagement, 1988–2012
  2. Michael C. Lambert
  3. pp. 32-51
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  1. African Studies and the Challenge of the Global in the 21st Century
  2. Judith Byfield
  3. pp. 55-57
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  1. Africa in the World
  2. Mamadou Diouf
  3. pp. 58-65
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  1. African Studies: New Directions, Global Engagements
  2. Jamie Monson
  3. pp. 66-75
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  1. Area Studies and the Global at Wisconsin and Beyond
  2. James Delehanty
  3. pp. 76-81
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  1. Area Studies and the Challenges of Creating a Space for Public Debate
  2. Beth Buggenhagen
  3. pp. 82-87
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  1. Repositioning Africa within the Global
  2. Pedro Machado
  3. pp. 88-91
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  1. What’s Wrong with Doing Good?: Reflections on Africa, Humanitarianism, and the Challenge of the Global
  2. Michelle Moyd
  3. pp. 92-96
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  1. African Studies and the Global: A Commentary
  2. John H. Hanson
  3. pp. 97-100
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  1. African Studies, Global Studies, and Disciplinary Positioning
  2. Cathryn E. Johnson
  3. pp. 103-106
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  1. A Cosmopolitan Social Justice Approach to Education
  2. Oliver Y. Shao
  3. pp. 107-111
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  1. Read Africans, Decenter Scholarship
  2. Samson Ndanyi
  3. pp. 112-116
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  1. Studying African Literature in the Age of the Global
  2. Meg Arenberg
  3. pp. 117-120
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  1. Techniques of the Global: Race, Territory, and the Coloniality of Reason
  2. Zachary Baker
  3. pp. 121-125
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  1. Breaking the Mold of Disciplinary Area Studies
  2. Premesh Lalu
  3. pp. 126-131
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  1. Pluralicity and Relationality: New Directions in African Studies1
  2. Eva Spies, Rüdiger Seesemann
  3. pp. 132-139
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  1. Nation on Board: Becoming Nigerian at Sea by Lynn Schler (review)
  2. Toyin Falola
  3. pp. 140-142
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  1. Marriage by Force? Contestation over Consent and Coercion in Africa ed. by Annie Bunting, Benjamin N. Lawrance, and Richard L. Roberts (review)
  2. Eric Mokube
  3. pp. 142-143
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  1. Ohio Short Histories of Africa: Ken Saro-Wiwa by Roy Doron and Toyin Falola (review)
  2. Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh
  3. pp. 143-146
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  1. Kofi: A Child of Lavie by Kofi Amouzou (review)
  2. Dawn M. Whitehead
  3. pp. 146-148
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  1. Contemporary Critical Thought in Africology and Africana Studies by Molefi Kete Asante and Clyde E. Ledbetter Jr. (review)
  2. Stephen Agyepong
  3. pp. 148-150
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  1. African Music, Power, and Being in Colonial Zimbabwe by Mhoze Chikowero (review)
  2. Nana Abena Dansowaa Amoah
  3. pp. 150-151
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  1. Ohio Short Histories of Africa: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf by Pamela Scully (review)
  2. Dorothy V. Smith
  3. pp. 151-152
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 52-54
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  1. Graduate Students Roundtable Introduction
  2. Akin Adesokan
  3. pp. 101-102
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  2. p. 153
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