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  1. Scientific knowledge and sexual advocacy: African publics, choiceless citizens and potential confounders
  2. Renugan Raidoo
  3. pp. 295-314
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  1. Girl at the margin: historicizing Adunni's subjective rendition of colonial Lagos, 1930–60
  2. Tunde Decker
  3. pp. 315-333
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  1. 'Why invite her here? Her voice is ʿawra!': vocal nudity debates and Muslim female preachers in northern Nigeria
  2. Rahina Muazu
  3. pp. 334-353
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  1. Migration, authority and the gendered organization of labour in artisanal gold mining in Sierra Leone (and Mozambique)
  2. Blair Rutherford
  3. pp. 354-372
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  1. Beyond Christian perspectives: new studies of Yoruba Islam and religious coexistence
  2. Insa Nolte
  3. pp. 373-383
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  1. The Political Life of an Epidemic: cholera, crisis and citizenship in Zimbabwe by Simukai Chigudu (review)
  2. Luisa Enria
  3. pp. 384-385
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  1. The Political Life of an Epidemic: cholera, crisis and citizenship in Zimbabwe by Simukai Chigudu (review)
  2. Jacinta Victoria S. Muinde
  3. pp. 386-387
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  1. The Political Life of an Epidemic: cholera, crisis and citizenship in Zimbabwe by Simukai Chigudu (review)
  2. Michelle Reddy
  3. pp. 387-389
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  1. How to think politically about epidemics: a retrospective and a rejoinder
  2. Simukai Chigudu
  3. pp. 390-392
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  1. Africanizing Oncology: creativity, crisis, and cancer in Uganda by Marissa Mika (review)
  2. Jonathan Shaffer
  3. pp. 393-394
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  1. Africanizing Oncology: creativity, crisis, and cancer in Uganda by Marissa Mika (review)
  2. Johanna T. Crane
  3. pp. 394-396
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  1. From Africanizing oncology to decolonizing global health: reflections on the biomedical turn in African health histories
  2. Marissa Mika
  3. pp. 397-399
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  1. The Covid Consensus: the new politics of global inequality by Toby Green (review)
  2. Matthew Hannah
  3. pp. 400-401
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  1. The Covid Consensus: the new politics of global inequality by Toby Green (review)
  2. Abigail H. Neely
  3. pp. 401-403
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  1. The impacts of Covid policy responses in Africa: The Covid Consensus one year on (review)
  2. Toby Green
  3. pp. 404-406
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  1. New Pandemics, Old Politics: two hundred years of war on disease and its alternatives by Alex de Waal (review)
  2. T. H. Pennington
  3. pp. 407-408
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  1. New Pandemics, Old Politics: two hundred years of war on disease and its alternatives by Alex de Waal (review)
  2. Paul Richards
  3. pp. 409-410
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  1. Paradigm-breaking pandemics, old academic politics
  2. Alex de Waal
  3. pp. 411-413
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  1. Robert Molteno, 11 January 1943-31 January 2022
  2. Morris Sheftel
  3. pp. 414-416
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  1. Robert Molteno, 11 January 1943-31 January 2022
  2. Ralph Smith
  3. pp. 417-418
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