1. African mediators, the Asante and British colonial rule Introduction
  2. Tom McCaskie
  3. pp. 203-204
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  1. 'You are the music while the music lasts': Kwame Tua between the Asante and the British
  2. Tom McCaskie
  3. pp. 205-221
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  1. 'History has many cunning passages': Kwasi Apea Nuama between the Asante and the British
  2. Tom McCaskie
  3. pp. 222-237
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  1. Oríta Borgu: The Yorùbá and The Bààtonu Down the Ages
  2. Ọlásopé O. Oyéláràn
  3. pp. 238-266
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  1. Hooked on Sol-Fa: The do-re-mi heuristic for Yorùbá speech tones
  2. Aaron Carter-Ényì
  3. pp. 267-290
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  1. Church Missionary Society evangelists and women's labour in nineteenth-century Abéọ̀ kúta
  2. Temilola Alanamu
  3. pp. 291-311
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  1. 'My desire is to be the possessor of all the best books in this world of struggle': Respectability and Literary Materialism in Colonial Ibadan
  2. Ruth Watson
  3. pp. 312-331
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  1. Infrastructures of utopia: Ruination and Regeneration of the African Future
  2. Ferdinand de Jong, Brian Valente-Quinn
  3. pp. 332-351
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  1. Neglect as effacement: The multiple lives of the Jardin Ralaimongo, Mahajanga, Madagascar
  2. Tasha Rijke-Epstein
  3. pp. 352-384
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  1. Communication Technologies and Legitimate Consumption: Making Sense of healthcare remittances in Cameroonian transnational relationships
  2. Primus M. Tazanu
  3. pp. 385-403
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  1. The New Black Middle Class in South Africa by Roger Southall (review)
  2. Mehita Iqani, Gugulethu Yika
  3. pp. 425-426
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  1. The Spirit of Marikana: the rise of insurgent trade unionism in South Africa by Luke Sinwell and Siphiwe Mbatha (review)
  2. Edward Webster
  3. pp. 426-427
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  1. The French Army and its African Soldiers: the years of decolonization by Ruth Ginio (review)
  2. Oliver Coates
  3. pp. 428-429
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  1. In Idi Amin's Shadow: women, gender, and militarism in Uganda by Alicia C. Decker (review)
  2. Lauren Parnell Marino
  3. pp. 429-431
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  1. A History of South Sudan: from slavery to independence by Øystein H. Rolandsen and M. W. Daly (review)
  2. Douglas H. Johnson
  3. pp. 431-432
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  1. Darfur: colonial violence, sultanic legacies and local politics, 1916 – 1956 by Chris Vaughan (review)
  2. Baz Lecocq
  3. pp. 433-434
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  1. Making and Unmaking Nations: war, leadership, and genocide in modern Africa by Scott Straus (review)
  2. Simon Turner
  3. pp. 434-435
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  1. Sovereignty in Exile: a Saharan liberation movement governs by Alice Wilson (review)
  2. I. William Zartman
  3. pp. 436-437
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  1. Humor, Silence, and Civil Society in Nigeria by Ebenezer Obadare (review)
  2. Steven Pierce
  3. pp. 437-438
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  1. Writing the Nigeria-Biafra War eds. by Toyin Falola and Ogechukwu Ezekwem (review)
  2. Terri Ochiagha
  3. pp. 439-440
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  1. The Gun in Central Africa: a history of technology and politics by Giacomo Macola (review)
  2. David M. Gordon
  3. pp. 440-442
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