1. Enduring Methods: Editors' Introduction
  2. Jan Jansen, Michel R. Doortmont, John H. Hanson, Dmitri van den Bersselaar
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  1. New Evidence on Relations between Portugal and the Kingdom of Allada in the Sixteenth Century
  2. Pedro Pinto, Robin Law
  3. pp. 37-49
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  1. Introduction: Frederick Cooper and the Historiography of Africa
  2. Gregory Mann, Lisa A. Lindsay
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  1. Tensions of an Oeuvre: Historical Materialism, Cultural History, and the Work of Frederick Cooper
  2. Andrew Ivaska
  3. pp. 55-64
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  1. Slavery, Absorption, and Gender: Frederick Cooper and the Power of Comparison
  2. Lisa A. Lindsay
  3. pp. 65-74
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  1. An Historian's Theory of Social Change
  2. Gregory Mann
  3. pp. 75-81
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  1. The Peculiarities of Capitalism: Frederick Cooper on Africa and the World Economy
  2. Geoffrey Traugh
  3. pp. 83-93
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  1. Work and Discipline on the East African Coast
  2. Luise White
  3. pp. 95-99
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  1. Archives, the Digital Turn, and Governance in Africa
  2. Fabienne Chamelot, Vincent Hiribarren, Marie Rodet
  3. pp. 101-118
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  1. Preserving and Digitizing Djenné's Manuscript Collections:
  2. Elke E. Stockreiter
  3. pp. 119-142
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  1. No Way Back: Reflections on the Future of the African Photographic Archive
  2. Jürg Schneider, Paul Weinberg
  3. pp. 167-194
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  1. Born Digital? Digitization and the Birth of the Moroccan National Archives
  2. Nora El Qadim
  3. pp. 195-218
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  1. Asylum Courts, Transnational Petitioning, and Digital Dispersal inAfrica
  2. Benjamin N. Lawrance, Erin B. Corcoran, Louise Hooper
  3. pp. 243-267
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  1. Introduction: Digital History in African Studies
  2. Jennifer Hart
  3. pp. 269-274
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  1. "Africa for the Africans?": Mapmaking, Lagos, and the Colonial Archive
  2. Ademide Adelusi-Adeluyi
  3. pp. 275-296
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  1. Teaching South African History in the Digital Age: Collaboration, Pedagogy, and Popularizing History
  2. Jill E. Kelly, Omar Badsha
  3. pp. 297-325
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  1. "Curating Kisumu" and "Curating East Africa": Academic Collaboration and Public Engagement in the Digital Age
  2. Meshack Owino, J. Mark Souther
  3. pp. 327-357
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  1. Mining the Past: A Report of Four Archival Repositories in Zambia
  2. Hyden Munene
  3. pp. 359-373
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  1. The J.H. Kwabena Nketia Archive at the University of Ghana- Legon
  2. Judith Opoku-Boateng, Ekow Cann, Samuel Aniegye Ntewusu, Sandra Owusu
  3. pp. 375-382
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  1. New Evidence on Relations between Portugal and the Kingdom of Allada in the Sixteenth Century –ADDENDUM
  2. Pedro Pinto, Robin Law
  3. p. 383
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