1. Event ethics and their elasticity: weddings in Botswana and the exploration of the tacit extraordinary
  2. Rijk van Dijk
  3. pp. 462-478
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  1. Caring through crime: ethical ambivalence and the cocaine trade in Bissau
  2. Henrik Vigh
  3. pp. 479-495
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  1. Performing the common good: volunteering and ethics in non-state crime prevention in South Africa
  2. Thomas G. Kirsch
  3. pp. 496-512
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  1. Embodying values and socio-religious difference: new markets of moral learning in Christian and Muslim schools in urban Tanzania
  2. Hansjörg Dilger
  3. pp. 513-536
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  1. Loud ethics and quiet morality among Muslim healers in Eastern Africa
  2. David Parkin
  3. pp. 537-553
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  1. Ethics of life in the context of death: the emergence of ethical fields in HIV prevention
  2. Astrid Bochow
  3. pp. 554-571
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  1. Afterword
  2. Michael Lambek
  3. pp. 572-577
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  1. Livestock mobility and the territorial state: South-Western Niger (1890–1920)
  2. Matthew D. Turner
  3. pp. 578-606
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  1. Cattle, raiding and disorder in Southern African history
  2. Rachel King
  3. pp. 607-630
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  1. Conjugal Rights: marriage, sexuality, and urban life in colonial Libreville, Gabon by Rachel Jean-Baptiste (review)
  2. Rachel Spronk
  3. pp. 633-635
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  1. The Gender of Piety: family, faith, and colonial rule in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe by Wendy Urban-Mead (review)
  2. Carolyn Martin Shaw
  3. pp. 637-638
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  1. The Grandmothers’ Movement: solidarity and survival in the time of AIDS by May Chazan (review)
  2. Christopher J. Colvin
  3. pp. 638-639
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  1. Nation on Board: becoming Nigerian at sea by Lynn Schler (review)
  2. Ayodeji Olukoju
  3. pp. 640-641
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  1. African Youth Cultures in a Globalized World: challenges, agency and resistance eds. by Paul Ugor and Lord Mawuko-Yevugah (review)
  2. Juliet Gilbert
  3. pp. 641-643
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  1. Forensics of Capital by Michael Ralph (review)
  2. Ben Cislaghi
  3. pp. 643-644
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  1. Street Life Under a Roof: youth homelessness in South Africa by Emily Margaretten (review)
  2. Eileen Moyer
  3. pp. 644-645
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  1. Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in Kenya: a social history of the Shifta conflict, c. 1963-1968 by Hannah Whittaker (review)
  2. Mohamed Haji Ingiriis
  3. pp. 646-647
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  1. Selling the Serengeti: the cultural politics of safari tourism by Benjamin Gardner (review)
  2. Jevgeniy Bluwstein
  3. pp. 647-649
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  1. African Theatre 14: contemporary women eds. by Jane Plastow and Yvette Hutchison, with Christine Matzke (review)
  2. Thomas Riccio
  3. pp. 649-650
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  1. Introduction: new ethical fields and the implicitness/explicitness of ethics in Africa
  2. Astrid Bochow, Thomas G. Kirsch, Rijk van Dijk
  3. pp. 447-461
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