African Humanities and the Arts
African Humanities and the Arts
The African Humanities and the Arts series mirrors the agenda of the African Studies Center at Michigan State University and its commitment to the study of Africa. The series examines all aspects of cultural research—including art, literature, film, and religion.

Series Editor: Kenneth Harrow

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Stray Truths
Selected Poems of Euphrase Kezilahabi
Doomi Golo—The Hidden Notebooks
The Knight and His Shadow
West African Screen Media
Comedy, TV Series, and Transnationalization
Albert Camus, Jean Sénac, or The Rebel Son
Citizens of Beauty
Poems of Jean Sénac
Subversive Traditions
Reinventing the West African Epic
African Filmmaking
Five Formations
The Lieutenant of Kouta
The History and Politics of Film in the Horn of Africa
Contemporary African Cinema
As She Was Discovering Tigony
Taking African Cartoons Seriously
Politics, Satire, and Culture
Photography and American Coloniality
Eliot Elisofon in Africa, 1942–1972