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 Cape Verde:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Abolition of Slavery in Cape Verde, 12-16 February 1998:
    • Scarlett Freund, Stephen Shea, Thomas T. Orum, Stephen A. Harmon, and Mark Alan Hinchman.

Cars:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Cars, Colonies, and Africa (February 1998) and (March 1998), 19 February-17 March 1998:
    • Jan-Bart Gewald, Charles Schaefer, Harold Marcus, Carol Summers, Kathleen Sheldon, Misty Bastian, Peter Limb, Mel Page, M. Bivins, Gordon Thomasson, Jonathan Reynolds, Patrick Manning, Samuel S. Thomas, Patrick Wurster, Freek Schiphorst, Anitra Nettleton, Saul Dubow, Stephen Rockel, Manu Herbstein, Manu Herbstein, Stella Herzog (twice), and Neil Parsons.
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Children:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Childhood in Africa, 14-19 October 1997:
    • Mel Page, Lisa McNee, Zeric Kay Smith, Mario Aguilar, Carol Summers, Brian Siegel, J. Brookes Spector, David Bone, Misty Bastian, Ludger Wimmelbuecker, and Valdemir Zamparoni.
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Children and War in Africa, 17-29 October 1997:
    • Ameen Jan, Chris Lowe, Valdemir Zamparoni, Tim Geysbeek, Bronwen Manby, Chris Allen, Gregory Mann, Gordon Thommason, Chris Allen, Karen Fung.
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  • Twins in West Africa, 11-24 May 2001:
    • Rachael Sydenham-Ndi, Kay Tarapolsi, Misty Bastian (2), Peter H. Gilliland, Allen Roberts (2), Wolf Roder, Menno Welling, Judith Krieger, Stell Herzog, and Charles Becker.
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China:

Cholera:

Christianity:

  • African Christian Converts, 18-28 September 1996:
    • Walusako A. Mwalilino (2), G. Thomasson (3), Samuel Kasule, Chima Korieh, Elizabeth Isichei (2), Eric M. Washington, Gloria Emeagwali (2), E. Campbell, Kenneth Wilburn, S. Summer, Misty Bastian, Paul S. Landau, Thomas Spear, J.B. Spector, Christopher Lowe, and Eric Morier-Genoud.
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Circumcision:

  • Female Circumcision in Africa, 19 November - 9 December 2001:
    • Mel Page, Ralph Austen, Lynn Thomas, Lawrence Dritsas, Kathleen Sheldon, Konrad Tuchscherer, Blair Orr, Joseph Caruso, L. Lloys Frates, Charles Becker, and Gloria Emeagwali.
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Clinton, William Jefferson:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) President Clinton's Visit to Africa, 23-27 March 1998:
    • Onaiwu Ogbomo, Allan Dawson, Charles Ambler, C. Preville, Werner Hillebrecht, Imani Countess, Charles Ambler, Samuel Kasule, Beverly Smith, and Thierry Ngoufan.
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Clio:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) The Use of Clio by Africans, 16-23 April 1998:
    • Peter Limb, Manelisi P. Genge, Jonathan Reynolds, Werner Hillebrecht, Peter Limb, Manelisi P. Genge, and Peter Limb.
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Clothing:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Cowboy-clad Gangs in Africa, 5-8 May 1999:
    • Carolyn Brown, Atieno Odhiambo, Didier Gondola, Kenneth W. Harrow, Charles Ambler, Pieter Remes, Edward Alpers, Filip De Boeck, and Jonathan Reynolds.
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  • Secondhand Clothing in Africa, 10-12 September 2001:
    • This thread is based on Jane L. Parpart's review of Karen Hansen's Secondhand Clothing, Dressed Bodies & the Construction of Modernity in Contemporary Zambia. Contributors include Allen Roberts, Paul Jenkins, Jonathan Reynolds (2), Eugene Mendonsa, Margaret K. Mbwana, Rick Bradshaw, Solomon Getahun, Ibra Sene, Jeremy Rich, Jean-Claude Mporamazina, and Tama Hamilton-Wray.
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Colonialism:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Colonial Boundaries, 18-26 January 1999:
    • Kenneth W. Harrow, Patrick Wurster, Mohamed Abdi, Mackie J.V. Blanton, Yekutiel Gershoni, Peter Limb, Gretchen Walsh, John Thornton, Patrick Wurster, Kenneth W. Harrow, Chris Lowe, and Werner Hillebrecht.
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Colonial Nightmares (May 1997) and (June 1997), 26 May - 10 June 1997:
    • Mr. Ngwane, Melanie Lazarow, Keith Tankard, Elisa Forgey, Douglas Mark Peers, Carmela Garritano, John Dunn, Ken Harrow, Chris Lowe, Harold Marcus, Ken Harrow, Chris Lowe, John Dunn, and Chris Lowe.
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) French Colonial History, 22-28 June 1999:
    • Kathryn Firmin-Sellers, Eric Ross, Adell Patton, Jr., Stephen A. Harmon, Benoit de l'Estoile, Jonathan Reynolds, and Cheikh Anta Mbacke Babou.
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) French Education Archives, 12-18 November 1998:
    • Rachael Langford, Gabrielle Hecht, Andy Grossman, Mohamed Mbodj, William C. Fellows, Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch, and Martin Klein.
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  • King Leopold and Africanists, 12 March - 9 April 2001:
    • Kathryn Green, Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch, Luc Francois (2), Barbara Brown, Robert O. Collins, Mel Page, John Thornton (2), Simon Lewis, Jack Betterly, Peter Limb (2), Jonathan Reynolds, Timothy Burke, Bob Press, Chris Lowe, Simon Katzenellenbogen, Jeffrey Demers, Angene Wilson, Jonathan Glassman, Kenda Mutongi, Robert Gordon, David Brown, Christopher Youe, Michael Hoyt, Ronald J. Wilson, Eugenia Herbert, Marion Jackson, David Moore, and Robert Edgar.
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Novels for Colonial Africa Course, 27-29 January 1999:
    • Allison K. Shutt, Ralph Austen, Laszlo Mathe, Kathleen Sheldon, Tony Hodgin, Samuel S. Thomas, Stephen A. Harmon, Richard Seltzer, Denny Storer, and Harold Marcus.
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Community:

Concentration Camps:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Concentration Camps, 5-21 March 1998:
    • Somini Sengupta, Albert Grundlingh, Norman Etherington, Robert Wotton, Werner Hillebrecht, and Mcmullig.
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Congo:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Kabila Through the Looking Glass (April 1997) and (May 1997), 28 April - 26 May 1997:
    • David Newbury, Mikael Karlstrom, Paul-Albert N. Emoungu, Paul-Albert N. Emoungu, David Newbury, Kenneth W. Harrow, Martin Klein, Michael P. E. Hoyt, Jean-Luc Vellut, Ken Wylie, Robert Rotberg, Martin Klein, James M. Blaut, Ken Wylie, Claire L. Dehon, BerhaneSelassie Tsehai, Samuel Kasule, and Kathleen Sheldon.
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  • King Leopold and Africanists, 12 March - 9 April 2001:
    • Kathryn Green, Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch, Luc Francois (2), Barbara Brown, Robert O. Collins, Mel Page, John Thornton (2), Simon Lewis, Jack Betterly, Peter Limb (2), Jonathan Reynolds, Timothy Burke, Bob Press, Chris Lowe, Simon Katzenellenbogen, Jeffrey Demers, Angene Wilson, Jonathan Glassman, Kenda Mutongi, Robert Gordon, David Brown, Christopher Youe, Michael Hoyt, Ronald J. Wilson, Eugenia Herbert, Marion Jackson, David Moore, and Robert Edgar.
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Zaire or Kongo River?, 6-9 June 1999:
    • John Thornton, Ngoyi K.Z. Bukonda, Simon Bockie, Cameron McCormick, Wolf Roder, Ngoyi K.Z. Bukonda, Marika Sherwood, Ngoyi K.Z. Bukonda, Kifindi Bunkheti, and Chris Mapuya.
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Zairian Music Survives, 20-22 May 1997:
    • Wiebe Boer, Claire L. Dehon, Gloria Emeagwali, Atieno Odhiambo, Tierno S. Bah and Gloria Emeagwali.
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