1. Introduction
  2. Claire Mercer, Charlotte Lemanski
  3. pp. 429-438
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  1. Doing being middle-class in the global South: comparative perspectives and conceptual challenges
  2. Carola Lentz
  3. pp. 439-469
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  1. Structures, feelings and savoir faire: Ghana’s middle classes in the making
  2. Rachel Spronk
  3. pp. 470-488
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  1. Morality in the middle: choosing cars or houses in Botswana
  2. Deborah Durham
  3. pp. 489-508
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  1. Housing middle-classness: formality and the making of distinction in Luanda
  2. Claudia Gastrow
  3. pp. 509-528
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  1. Flight and fortitude: the decline of the middle class in Zimbabwe
  2. Roger Southall
  3. pp. 529-547
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  1. Going up or getting out? Professional insecurity and austerity in the South African health sector
  2. Elizabeth Hull
  3. pp. 548-567
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  1. Editorial note
  2. p. 587
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  1. Race for Education: gender, white tone, and schooling in South Africa by Mark Hunter (review)
  2. Deborah Posel
  3. pp. 587-588
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  1. Race for Education: gender, white tone, and schooling in South Africa by Mark Hunter (review)
  2. Mike Cole
  3. pp. 588-589
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  1. Response by the author
  2. Mark Hunter
  3. pp. 590-591
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  1. Ambiguous Pleasures: sexuality and middle class self-perceptions in Nairobi by Rachel Spronk (review)
  2. Julia Pauli
  3. pp. 591-593
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  1. Ambiguous Pleasures: sexuality and middle class self-perceptions in Nairobi by Rachel Spronk (review)
  2. Lwando Scott
  3. pp. 593-594
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  1. Ambiguous Pleasures: sexuality and middle class self-perceptions in Nairobi by Rachel Spronk (review)
  2. Henning Melber
  3. pp. 594-596
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  1. Response by the author
  2. Rachel Spronk
  3. pp. 596-597
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  1. The Middle Class in Mozambique: the state and the politics of transformation in Southern Africa by Jason Sumich (review)
  2. Nkululeko Mabandla
  3. pp. 598-599
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  1. The Middle Class in Mozambique: the state and the politics of transformation in Southern Africa by Jason Sumich (review)
  2. Leela Fernandes
  3. pp. 599-600
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  1. The Middle Class in Mozambique: the state and the politics of transformation in Southern Africa by Jason Sumich (review)
  2. Carola Lentz
  3. pp. 601-602
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  1. Response by the author
  2. Jason Sumich
  3. pp. 602-603
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  1. Reading with the colonial in the life of Shaykh Musa Kamara, a Muslim scholar-saint
  2. Wendell Marsh
  3. pp. 604-624
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  1. Francophone Muslim intellectuals, Islamic associational life and religious authority in Burkina Faso
  2. Frédérick Madore
  3. pp. 625-646
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  1. Erratum
  2. p. 647
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