1. Name, Shame, and Jail: An Interview with Anas Aremeyaw Anas
  2. Rachel Ama Asaa Engmann
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  1. Editors' Introduction
  2. pp. 683-688
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  1. Knowledge and Power: Perspectives on the Production and Decolonization of African/ist Knowledges
  2. Maria Grosz-Ngaté
  3. pp. 689-718
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  1. Islam and Visual Culture: Sharia Implementation and Cinema as Visual Management in Nigeria
  2. Musa Ibrahim
  3. pp. 719-742
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  1. Contested Meanings: Timbuktu and the prosecution of destruction of cultural heritage as war crimes
  2. Oumar Ba
  3. pp. 743-762
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  1. Deconstructing Characterizations of Rape, Marriage, and Custom in South Africa: Revisiting The Multi-Sectoral Campaign Against Ukuthwala
  2. Nyasha Karimakwenda
  3. pp. 763-781
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  1. Prosecuting a Prophet: Justice, Psychiatry, and Rebellion in Colonial Kenya
  2. Julie MacArthur
  3. pp. 805-830
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  1. Conservancies, Conflict and Dispossession: The Winners and Losers of Oil Exploration in Turkana, Kenya
  2. Kennedy Mkutu, Anna Mdee
  3. pp. 831-857
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  1. Resisting Democratic Backsliding: Malawi's Experience in Comparative Perspective
  2. Peter VonDoepp
  3. pp. 858-882
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  1. Green Eagle Nation: The Politicization of Sports Journalism in the Post-Independence Nigerian Press
  2. Lynn Schler, Itamar Dubinsky
  3. pp. 883-905
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  1. Senegalese Wrestling between Nostalgia and Neoliberalism
  2. Jonathon Repinecz
  3. pp. 906-926
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  1. Nationalism in Namibia
  2. Christian A. Williams
  3. pp. 927-937
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  1. Structural Racism, Whiteness, and the African Studies Review – CORRIGENDUM
  2. p. 938
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  1. Shaping the Future of Power: Knowledge Production and Network-Building in China-Africa Relations by Lina Benabdallah (review)
  2. Pádraig Carmody
  3. pp. E25-E27
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  1. Humanitarianism and the Quantification of Human Needs: Minimal Humanity by Joël Glasman (review)
  2. Brett L. Shadle
  3. pp. E28-E30
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  1. Dag Hammarskjöld, The United Nations and the Decolonisation of Africa by Henning Melber (review)
  2. Jeremy Rich
  3. pp. E31-E33
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  1. How Autocrats Compete: Parties, Patrons, and Unfair Elections in Africa by Yonatan L. Morse (review)
  2. Matthijs Bogaards
  3. pp. E34-E36
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  1. African Development, African Transformation: How Institutions Shape Development Strategy by Landry Signé (review)
  2. Ben Jones
  3. pp. E37-E39
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  1. Metaphors of Invention and Dissension: Aesthetics and Politics in the Postcolonial Algerian Novel by Rajeshwari S. Vallury (review)
  2. Fouad Mami
  3. pp. E43-E45
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  1. Piracy in Somalia: Violence and Development in the Horn of Africa by Awet Tewelde Weldemichael (review)
  2. Kris Inman
  3. pp. E46-E48
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  1. Refugee Spaces and Urban Citizenship in Nairobi: Africa's Sanctuary City by Derese G. Kassa (review)
  2. Naohiko Omata
  3. pp. E49-E51
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  1. Nairobi in the Making: Landscapes of Time and Urban Belonging by Constance Smith (review)
  2. Bettina Ng'weno
  3. pp. E52-E53
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  1. When the Light is Fire: Maasai Schoolgirls in Contemporary Kenya by Heather D. Switzer (review)
  2. Samson Kaunga Ndanyi
  3. pp. E54-E56
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  1. The Decline of Marriage in Namibia: Kinship and Social Class in a Rural Community by Julia Pauli (review)
  2. Rachel Spronk
  3. pp. E57-E59
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  1. Media, Geopolitics and Power: A View from the Global South by Herman Wasserman (review)
  2. Keyan Tomaselli
  3. pp. E60-E62
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  1. Nigeria. What Everyone Needs to Know by John Campbell and Matthew T. Page (review)
  2. James Yékú
  3. pp. E63-E64
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  1. Vodún: Secrecy and the Search for Divine Power by Timothy R. Landry (review)
  2. Eric J. Montgomery
  3. pp. E65-E67
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  1. The Fixer: Visa Lottery Chronicles by Charles Piot with Kodjo Nicolas Batema (review)
  2. Marius Kothor
  3. pp. E68-E70
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  1. Boko Haram: The History of an African Jihadist Movement by Alexander Thurston (review)
  2. Títílọpẹ F. Ajàyí
  3. pp. E71-E73
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  1. Le désir de calme: L'histoire du mouvement Sawaba au Niger by Klaas van Walraven (review)
  2. Lisa Mueller
  3. pp. E74-E76
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  1. Everything Must Fall: The High Cost of Free Education dir. by Rehad Desai (review)
  2. Litheko Modisane
  3. pp. E77-E80
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  1. Letters to Angola dir. by Julio Matos and Coraci Ruiz (review)
  2. Esteban Salas
  3. pp. E81-E83
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  1. Chez Jolie Coiffure dir. by Rosine Mbakam (review)
  2. Rachel Gabara
  3. pp. E84-E86
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