Queer matters

  1. Anusocratie? Freemasonry, sexual transgression and illicit enrichment in postcolonial Africa
  2. Peter Geschiere, Rogers Orock
  3. pp. 831-851
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  1. Death without mourning: homosexuality, homo sacer, and bearable loss in Central Africa
  2. Basile Ndjio
  3. pp. 852-869
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Debating religious practices and religiosity

  1. What’s (not) in a leather pouch? Tracing Islamic amulets in Asante, Ghana
  2. Benedikt Pontzen
  3. pp. 870-889
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  1. ‘Idle minds’ and ‘empty stomachs’: youth, violence and religious diversity in coastal Kenya
  2. Erik Meinema
  3. pp. 890-913
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Austere labour and fragile health

  1. ‘Human ATMs’: M-Pesa and the expropriation of affective work in Safaricom’s Kenya
  2. Emma Park
  3. pp. 914-933
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  1. Accelerated fragility: exploring the supply–demand nexus in health facilities in rural Burkina Faso
  2. Helle Samuelsen
  3. pp. 934-951
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Great Lakes histories

  1. Histories of authority in the African Great Lakes: trajectories and transactions
  2. Marie-Eve Desrosiers, Aidan Russell
  3. pp. 952-971
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Reviews of books

The anthropology and sociology of the Somali diaspora

  1. Khartoum at Night: fashion and body politics in imperial Sudan by Marie Grace Brown (review)
  2. Amal Hassan Fadlalla
  3. pp. 974-976
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  1. The Erotics of History: an Atlantic African example by Donald Donham (review)
  2. Peter Geschiere
  3. pp. 976-977
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  1. Respectable Mothers, Tough Men and Good Daughters: producing persons in Manenberg township South Africa by Elaine R. Salo (review)
  2. Heike Becker
  3. pp. 977-979
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  1. War, Women, and Power: from violence to mobilization in Rwanda and Bosnia-Herzegovina by Marie E. Berry (review)
  2. Caitlin Ryan
  3. pp. 979-981
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  1. Silenced Resistance: women, dictatorships, and genderwashing in Western Sahara and Equatorial Guinea by Joanna Allan (review)
  2. Enrique Bengochea Tirado
  3. pp. 981-982
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  1. Mediators, Contract Men, and Colonial Capital: mechanized gold mining in the Gold Coast Colony, 1879–1909 by Cassandra Mark-Thiesen (review)
  2. Michael Kevane
  3. pp. 982-984
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  1. Focus on Egypt: African Literature Today 35 ed. by Ernest N. Emenyonou (review)
  2. Raphael Cormack
  3. pp. 984-985
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  1. An Ethnography of Hunger: politics, subsistence, and the un-predictable grace of the sun by Kristin D. Phillips (review)
  2. Jonathan Franklin
  3. pp. 986-987
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  1. Research Universities in Africa ed. by Nico Cloete, Ian Bunting and François van Schalkwyk (review)
  2. Akiiki Babyesiza
  3. pp. 987-989
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  1. Faith in Flux: Pentecostalism and mobility in rural Mozambique by Devaka Premawardhana (review)
  2. Karen Lauterbach
  3. pp. 989-990
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  1. Pentecostal Republic: religion and the struggle for state power in Nigeria by Ebenezer Obadare (review)
  2. Adriaan van Klinken
  3. pp. 990-992
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