Journal of West African History 1, no. 1 cover
Journal of West African History 1, no. 1
Edited by Nwando Achebe
IN THIS ISSUE

Editor's Note
Nwando Achebe, "The Birth of a New Journal"

Articles
Jan Jansen, "In Defense of Mali’s Gold: The Political and Military Organization of the Northern Upper Niger, c. 1650–c. 1850"
Ralph A. Austen, "Finding the Historical Wangrin or the Banality of Virtue"
Claire Robertson, "We Must Overcome: Genealogy and Evolution of Female Slavery in West Africa"
Trevor R. Getz, Lindsay Ehrisman, "The Marriages of Abina Mansah: Escaping the Boundaries of "Slavery" as a Category in Historical Analysis"
David Robinson, "Retrospective: Reflections on Legitimation and Pedagogy in the "Islamic Revolutions" of West Africa on the Frontiers of the Islamic World"
Moses Ochonu, "Caliphate Expansion and Sociopolitical Change in Nineteenth-Century Lower Benue Hinterlands"

Book Reviews
Carola Lentz, Land, Mobility, and Belonging in West Africa, Reviewed by Assan Sarr
Elizabeth Wrangham, Ghana during the First World War: The Colonial Administration of Sir Hugh Clifford, Reviewed by Kwame Essien
Raymond E. Dumett, Imperialism, Economic Development and Social Change in West Africa, Reviewed by Jeffrey S. Ahlman
John Iliffe, Obasanjo, Nigeria and the World, Reviewed by Hakeem Ibikunle Tijani
Toyin Falola and Saheed Aderinto, Nigeria, Nationalism, and Writing History, Reviewed by Philip S. Zachernuk
David Max Brown and Zola Maseko, The Manuscripts of Timbuktu; Shamil Jeppie and Souleymane Bachir Diagne, The Meanings of Timbuktu; Alexandra Huddleston, 333 Saints: A Life of Scholarship in Timbuktu, Reviewed by David E. Skinner
Susan Z. Andrade, The Nation Writ Small: Africa Fictions and Feminisms, 1958–1988, Reviewed by Anne V. Adams
Danny Hoffman, The War Machines: Young Men and Violence in Sierra Leone and Liberia, Reviewed by Douglas Thomas
Subjects: History | African Studies
Publication Date: June 15th, 2018
218 pages| 6 in x 9 in
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