Editors’ Introduction

  1. Sankofa and the Nation-State
  2. Harry Odamtten, Trevor R. Getz
  3. pp. v-vii
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Articles

  1. Building for Students: School Design and Educational Priorities in Colonial Ghana
  2. Lacy S. Ferrell
  3. pp. 1-27
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  1. Ashanti Pioneer: Coverage of Growing Political Developments in the Gold Coast, 1946–1949
  2. Jarvis L. Hargrove
  3. pp. 29-56
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  1. Interracial Intimacies and the Gendered Optics of African Nationalism in the Colonial Metropole
  2. Carina Ray
  3. pp. 57-84
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  1. Uneasy Comrades: Postcolonial Statecraft, Race, and Citizenship, Ghana–Soviet Relations, 1957–1966
  2. Nana Osei-Opare
  3. pp. 85-111
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  1. A Matter of Apostrophe? Founder's Day, Founders' Day, and Holiday Politics in Contemporary Ghana
  2. Edem Adotey
  3. pp. 113-139
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Book Reviews

  1. Living with Nkrumahism: Nation, State, and Pan-Africanism in Ghana by Jeffrey S. Ahlman (review)
  2. D. Zizwe Poe
  3. pp. 140-142
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  1. Guns and Society in Colonial Nigeria: Firearms, Culture, and Public Order by Saheed Aderinto (review)
  2. Samuel Fury Childs Daly
  3. pp. 143-145
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  1. West Africa's Women of God: Alinesitoué and the Diola Prophetic Tradition by Robert M. Baum (review)
  2. Ashley Fent
  3. pp. 146-148
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  1. O rei, o pai e a morte: a religião Vodum na antiga Costa dos Escravos na África Ocidental por Luis Nicolau Parés (review)
  2. Vanicléia Silva Santos
  3. pp. 149-152
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  1. Granny Nanny Come Oh: Jamaican Maroon Kromanti and Kumina Music and Other Oral Traditions by Granny Nanny Cultural Group (review)
  2. Tracey Mia Stewart
  3. pp. 153-155
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