1. Photographies in Africa in the digital age
  2. Richard Vokes
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  1. Mobile people, phones and photography: Somali visual practices in Nairobi's Eastleigh estate
  2. Neil Carrier
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  1. Mobile identities: photography, smartphones and aspirations in urban Nigeria
  2. Juliet Gilbert
  3. pp. 246-264
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  1. Hostile visual encounters: fighting to control photographic meaning in the DRC's digital age
  2. Aubrey P. Graham
  3. pp. 266-285
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  1. Challenging the frivolities of power: the ubiquitous camera and Nigerian political elites
  2. George Emeka Agbo
  3. pp. 286-301
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  1. Signs of development: photographic futurism and the politics of affect in Uganda
  2. Richard Vokes
  3. pp. 303-322
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  1. Territorialities, spatial inequalities and the formalization of land rights in Central Benin
  2. Philippe Lavigne Delville, Anne-Claire Moalic
  3. pp. 329-352
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  1. The anxiety of blowing: experiences of breath and brass instruments in Benin
  2. Lyndsey Copeland
  3. pp. 353-376
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  1. Wandering women: the work of Congolese transnational traders
  2. Lesley Nicole Braun
  3. pp. 378-396
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  1. The spectre of Hasan al-Turabi and political Islam in Sudan
  2. Alden Young
  3. pp. 398-401
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  1. Islam and the Nigeria quandary: history, politics and reform
  2. Rahmane Idrissa
  3. pp. 401-406
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  1. Amid Boko Haram's persistence, an increasinglyspecialized literature emerges
  2. Alexander Thurston
  3. pp. 406-409
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  1. Boko Haram: the history of an African jihadist movement by Alexander Thurston (review)
  2. Hilary Matfess
  3. pp. 409-411
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  1. Living Salvation in the East African Revival in Uganda by Jason Bruner (review)
  2. Ben Jones
  3. pp. 411-412
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  1. The Ahmadiyya in the Gold Coast: Muslim cosmopolitans in the British Empire by John H. Hanson (review)
  2. Tamba E. M'bayo
  3. pp. 412-414
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  1. Making Refuge: Somali Bantu refugees and Lewiston, Maine by Catherine Besteman (review)
  2. Mohamed Haji Ingiriis
  3. pp. 414-416
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  1. In the Shadow of Moses: new Jewish movements in Africa and the diaspora by Daniel Lis, William F. S. Miles and Tudor Parfitt (review)
  2. Yotam Gidron
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  1. Muslim Fula Business Elites and Politics in Sierra Leone by Alusine Jalloh (review)
  2. David E. Skinner
  3. pp. 417-419
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  1. Islam, Power, and Dependency in the Gambia River Basin: the politics of land control, 1790–1940 by Assan Sarr (review)
  2. Hassoum Ceesay
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  1. African Dominion: a new history of empire in early and medieval West Africa by Michael A. Gomez (review)
  2. John Truden
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  1. Masquerading Politics: kinship, gender, and ethnicity in a Yoruba town by John Thabiti Willis (review)
  2. Jesper Bjarnesen
  3. pp. 422-423
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  1. The Atlantic Slave Trade from West Central Africa, 1780–1867 by Daniel B. Domingues da Silva (review)
  2. Paul E. Lovejoy
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  1. Learning from the Curse: Sembene's by Jonathon Repinecz of Richard Fardon and Sènga la Rouge (review)
  2. Richard Fardon
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