1. New African frontiers: transnational families in neoliberal capitalism Introduction
  2. Chelsie Yount-André
  3. pp. 641-644
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  1. Easy access: new dynamics in long-distance African intimacies
  2. Dinah Hannaford
  3. pp. 645-662
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  1. Private school investments and inequalities: negotiating the future in transnational Dakar
  2. Amélie Grysole
  3. pp. 663-682
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  1. Gifts, trips and Facebook families: children and the semiotics of kinship in transnational Senegal
  2. Chelsie Yount-André
  3. pp. 683-701
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  1. Introduction
  2. Susan Elizabeth Gagliardi
  3. pp. 702-717
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  1. Letting the mask slip: the shameless fame of Sierra Leone's Gongoli
  2. Samuel Mark Anderson
  3. pp. 718-743
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  1. Seeing the unseeing audience: women and West African power association masquerades
  2. Susan Elizabeth Gagliardi
  3. pp. 744-767
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  1. Controversy and human agency in 'portrait masks' from the studio of André Sanou
  2. Lisa Homann
  3. pp. 768-801
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  1. Ambiguous agency: Dan/Mau stilt mask spirit performance as ontology in Côte d'Ivoire and the US
  2. Daniel B. Reed
  3. pp. 802-823
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  1. Agency in artistry: comments on 'Art and the individual in African masquerades'
  2. Patrick McNaughton
  3. pp. 824-839
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  1. Alaroye: political contestation, genres, innovations and audience in a Yoruba-language newspaper
  2. Rotimi Fasan
  3. pp. 840-862
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  1. Mining gold in Ghana: debate 10,000 miners, 10,000 votes: politics and mining in Ghana
  2. Samuel Aniegye Ntewusu
  3. pp. 863-866
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  1. Resource politics and the impact of Chinese involvement in small-scale mining in Ghana
  2. Gabriel Botchwey, Gordon Crawford
  3. pp. 867-870
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  1. Expanding 'in-depth geopolitics': the case of Mohamed & Co. and the technologies of collaboration
  2. Pablo Cabada Rodríguez, Sylvia van Oevelen
  3. pp. 871-875
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  1. Shifting alliances in accessing the underground
  2. Sabine Luning, Robert Jan Pijpers
  3. pp. 876-880
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  1. Christianity, Wealth, and Spiritual Power in Ghana by Karen Lauterbach (review)
  2. Insa Nolte
  3. pp. 881-882
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  1. Public Art in Africa: art and urban transformation in Douala by Iolanda Pensa et al. (review)
  2. Anna Selmeczi
  3. pp. 882-883
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  1. Nollywood: popular culture and narratives of youth struggles in Nigeria by Paul Ugor (review)
  2. Alessandro Jedlowski
  3. pp. 884-885
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  1. Learning from the Curse: Sembene's by Richard Fardon and Sènga la Rouge (review)
  2. Jonathon Repinecz
  3. pp. 885-886
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  1. African Print Cultures: newspapers and their publics in the twentieth century by Derek R. Peterson, Emma Hunter and Stephanie Newell (review)
  2. Kate Skinner
  3. pp. 886-888
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  1. Patterns in Circulation: cloth, gender, and materiality in West Africa by Nina Sylvanus (review)
  2. T. Tu Huynh
  3. pp. 888-890
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  1. Ghana on the Go: African mobility in the age of motor transportation by Jennifer Hart (review)
  2. Gina Porter
  3. pp. 890-891
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  1. Suturing the City: living together in Congo's urban worlds by Filip De Boeck and Sammy Baloji (review)
  2. Christopher Morton
  3. pp. 891-892
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  1. Little Mogadishu: Eastleigh, Nairobi's global Somali hub by Neil Carrier (review)
  2. Gianluca Iazzolino
  3. pp. 893-894
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  1. Mass Starvation: the history and future of famine by Alex de Waal (review)
  2. Tim Dyson
  3. pp. 894-895
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  1. Agricultural Reform in Rwanda: authoritarianism, markets and zones of governance by Chris Huggins (review)
  2. Imaduddin Ahmed
  3. pp. 896-897
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