Volume 13, Issue 2

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Introduction

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Contested Memories, Subalternity, and the State in Colonial and Postcolonial Histories of Northeast Africa
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Articles

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Wolaita Memories of Gärmame Nəway Governorship (1958−1959): Radical Reforms and Political Consciousness
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Christian Patriot or Oromo Traitor? The Ethiopian State in the Memories of Ras Gobäna Dače
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Spies, Secrets, and a Story Waiting to Be (Re)Told: Memories of the 1924 Revolution and the Racialization of Sudanese History
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Compromising with Ethiopianness After 1991: The Ethiopian Festival of the Millennium (September 2007–September 2008)
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Afars, Issas . . . and Djiboutians: Toward a History of Denominations
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Are “Griefs of More Value than Triumphs”? Power Relations, Nation-Building, and the Different Histories of Women’s Wartime Contributions in Postwar South Sudan
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Producing History From Elisions, Fragments, and Silences: Public Testimony, the Asiatic Poll-Tax Campaign, and the Isaaq Somali Population of Kenya
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Interview

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Writing a Life into History, Writing Black Mamba Boy: Nadifa Mohamed in Conversation
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Book Reviews

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Book Review
A Comparative Dictionary of the Agaw Languages, by David Appleyard
Reviewed by Grover Hudson
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