1. A Spectator Cannot Stand in One Position to Appreciate the Beauty of the Masquerade Dance—Igbo Proverb
  2. Nwando Achebe
  3. pp. v-xi
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  1. The “Devès Affair” in Saint-Louis-du-Senegal: A Critical Assessment of the Sources, 1902–1911
  2. Kalala Ngalamulume
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  1. Pickpockets, Pilot Boys, and Prostitutes: The Construction of Juvenile Delinquency in the Gold Coast [Colonial Ghana], c. 1929–57
  2. Stacey Hynd
  3. pp. 47-74
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  1. A Freezing Moment in Ghana’s Party System: How Two Thorns in Nkrumah’s Side Framed Elections in the Fourth Republic
  2. Kevin S. Fridy
  3. pp. 75-102
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  1. Fodiology: African American Heritage Connections to West African Islam
  2. Beverly Mack
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  1. West African Warfare in Bahia and Cuba: Soldier Slaves in the Atlantic World, 1807–1844 by Manuel Barcia (review)
  2. Crystal Nicole Eddins
  3. pp. 131-134
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  1. Understanding West Africa’s Ebola Epidemic: Towards a Political Economy ed. by Ibrahim Abdulla, Ismail Rashid (review)
  2. Matthew Newsom Kerr
  3. pp. 139-141
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