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CURRENT ISSUE

 

Volume 10 • Number 5 • July 2017

 

Transdisciplinarity in Africology: Demonstrating Elasticity and Durability
an editorial by Itibari M. Zulu
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Dr. Wrongfully Convicted, Rightfully Exonerated: The Lives of Cornelius Dupree Jr. and Anthony Massingill
by William T. Hoston, Anna A. Thomas, Randon R. Taylor, Debra E. Menconi Clark and Atoya Eaden
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Teaching Shona Culture in Secondary Schools: A Case for Masvingo Urban Schools in Zimbabwe
by Viriri Eunitah
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Political Persuasion Through Cultural Appeal: An Analysis of Radio Commercials of the 2015 Election in Oyo State, South-West, Nigeria
by Rasheed Ademola Adebiyi and Kamoru Aremu Salaudeen
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The Interaction of Law and Religion in Central Nigerian Societies
by Oladiti Abiodun Akeem and Akin Alao
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Solar Religion: A Scientific Source of African Normative Ethics
by Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
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The Entanglement of Sharī‘Ah Application in South-Western Nigeria
by Abdul-Fatah’Kola Makinde
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The Third Peaceful Transfer of Power and Democratic Consolidation in Ghana
by Emmanuel Graham, Ransford Gyampo, Pamphilious Faanu and Eric Yobo
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Synergizing Culture: African American Cultural Recovery through African Name Acquisition and Usage
by Itibari M. Zulu
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Jazz is African Diasporic Music: Reconfiguring the Uniquely American Definition of Jazz
by Joshua Vincent and Lydia Lindsey
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Water and Sanitation in East Africa: Perspectives from Africana Feminism
by Dorothy O. Rombo, Anne Namatsi Lutomia and Tumani Malinga
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Relevant Books

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Book Review

Margaret Bourke-White and the Dawn of Apartheid
reviewed by Harvey C. Chidoba Banda
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Announcements

The Institute of the Black World 21st Century Statement on the Crisis in Buenaventura, Colombia
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Professor Horace Campbell: University of Ghana Kwame Nkrumah Chair in African Studies Installed
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Boniface I. Obichere Papers: 1959-1996
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SNCC Digital Gateway
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Africology Roundtable

African and African American Studies: Stanford University
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Africana Studies: Cornell University
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African American Studies: Northwestern University
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African American Studies and African Diaspora Studies: University of California, Berkeley
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African American and African Studies: The Ohio State University
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