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Journalism:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Kaplan on Africa, 3-19 November 1998:
    • Jack Betterly, Kenneth Wylie, Wolf Roder, Scott MacEachern, Chris Lowe, Kenneth Wylie, Bob Press, Chris Lowe, Martin Klein, Robert Cummings, and Patrick Wurster.
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  • King Leopold and Africanists, 14-27 March 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, and David Moore.
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Kabila, Laurent:

  • (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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Kaplan, Robert:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Kaplan on Africa, 3-19 November 1998:
    • Jack Betterly, Kenneth Wylie, Wolf Roder, Scott MacEachern, Chris Lowe, Kenneth Wylie, Bob Press, Chris Lowe, Martin Klein, Robert Cummings, and Patrick Wurster.
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Kenya:

Kings:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) African Kings, 22-27 October 1997:
    • Ezekiel Gebissa, Aswan Boudreaux, John Thornton, Chris Lowe, Ralph Austen, Randal Jelks, and John Thornton.
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Kongo:

  • (Please click on, then scroll down to) The Jaga, 16-22 November 1996:
    • Jane Landers, Kalala Ngalamulume, Jose Curto, Valdemir Zamparoni, and John Thornton.
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  • Kongo and Sri Lanka, 31 July - 31 August 2000:
    • Thomas Turner, John Thornton, Mary Wren Bivins, Stefanie Dunning, Peter Limb (2), George Bryan Souza, R.J. Barendse, Ranes Chakravorty, and Stephen Feldman.
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Languages/Words:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Adinkra (September 1998) and (October 1998), 14 September-13 October 1998:
    • Kenneth Wilburn, John Kwadwo Osei-Tutu, David Coplan, Brian Siegel, Brian Siegel, Michael D. Levin, Ray Silverman, Manu Herbstein, Gloria Emeagwali, and George F. Kojo Arthur.
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Amharic Software, 14-16 October 1997:
    • John Dunn, Ray Silverman, John Edward Philips, Fikru Gebrekidan, BerhaneSelassie Tsehai, John Dunn, and Tim Carmichael
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Anglo/Francophone/Something Else?, 1-23 December 1998:
    • Donald Osborn, Atieno Odhiambo, Valdemir Zamparoni, Fiona McLaughlin, Mark Bearn, Thomas Turner, John Edward Philips, Balam Nyeko, Martin Klein, Nicholas M. Creary, Mark Bearn, Chris Lowe, Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch, Donald Osborn, Fiona McLaughlin, and Kenneth Harrow, Donald Osborn.
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Bantu Dispersal, 3-19 March 1998:
    • John E. Leary, Dave Killick, Forrest Aguirre, Colleen Kriger, Norman Etherington, Roland Oliver, David Killick, Dax Driver, David Lee Schoenbrun, Colleen Kriger, Harold Marcus, Eloi Cyrille Tollo, David Lee Schoenbrun, Eugenia Herbert and Quinton G. Priest.
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  • Development and Languages, 14-27 January 1997:
    • Siegel Brian (2), Peter Limb (2), Kenneth W. Harrow (2), David Lee Schoenbrun (2), Eric Ross (2), John Edward Philips, Ralph Austen, David A. Chappell, and Nyokabi.
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  • (Please Click on, then scroll down to) Early African Written Language (September 1997) and (October 1997), 29 September - 11 October, 1997:
    • Howard French, Eric Ross, Gordon Thomasson, Catherine Russell, Mark Lilleleht, A.T. Miller, Ralph Austen, Ken Harrow, James Blaut, Michael Hoyt, BerhaneSelassie Tsehai, Lisa McNee, Clist Bernard, Howard French, John Edward Philips, John Thornton, Gloria Emeagwali, Mohamed Mbodj, Ralph Austen, Mette Shayne, Jean-Marie Volet, Ralph Austen, Peter Limb, and John Thornton.
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  • The Expression "OK", 17-19 August 2001:
    • Wolf Roder, Kenneth C. Wylie (2), Ellen Foley, Loree D. Jones, Donald Zhang Osborn, Chris Lowe, Daniel Zylbersztajn, David A. Chappell, Konrad T. Tuchscherer, Stella Herzog, and Nuru Akinyemi.
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  • Going Fantee, 11-30 September 1996:
    • Raymond Familusi (2), Peter A. Rogers, Gareth Griffiths, Larry Yarak, Henk Dop, and David A. Chappell.
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  • Meaning of White Names in Africa, 18 September - 4 October 2001:
    • Sylviane Diouf, Ngwarsungu Chiwengo, Daniel Zylbersztajn, John Thornton, Pal Ahluwalia, Onaiwu W. Ogbomo, Tamba M'bayo, John Edward Philips, Stella Herzog, Kimani Njogu, Anna Maria Brandstetter, Colin Darch, Lotte Hughes, Inge Brinkman, Baz Lecocq, Linda Heywood, Rick Bradshaw, Ruth Kerkham, Peter H. Gilliland, Jean-Claude Mporamazina, Howard Venable, Jonathan Reynolds, Joseph C. Miller, Jonathon Glassman, Misty Bastian, David Schoenbrun, Ngalamulume Kalala, Robert R. Edgar, Donald Zhang Osborn, Patrick Wurster, John Pape, Jan Jansen, Elias K. Bongmba, Simon Kekana, Emily Gottreich, Kenya Hudson, Ellen Foley, Mary Wren Bivins, and Honore Vinck.
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Origin of term "Mumbo Jumbo", 22-28 January 1998:
    • Ron Mcgee, Michael Maren, Max Dashu, Gretchen Walsh, Peter Mark, Stephan Buhnen, Katya Leney, Steven Thomson, Jean Libby, Mary Bevins, and Ken Dossar.
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Primitivism, 24-29 April 1997:
    • Gordon C. Thomasson, Pier M. Larson, Paul Landau, Colleen Kriger, and BerhaneSelassie Tsehai.
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  • A Question of Vocabulary [in South African Historiography], 16 April - 4 May 1997:
    • Keith Tankard, Tom Cushman, J. Brooks Spector, Gretchen Walsh, Norman Etherington, John Pape, Christopher Lowe, John Thornton, Cherie Preville, David Brown, Paul Landau and Aran MacKinnon, Neil Parsons, Harold Marcus, Gretchen Walsh, Manelisi Genge, Stephen Belcher, and Jean Libby.
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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Regional Languages in Africa, 15-20 March 2000:
    • Janet McCrorey, Martin Klein, A.M. Kanduza, Stephen Rockel, Ralph Austen, Gregory Mann, Thomas Turner, Ann McDougall, Karim Traore, Claude Ardouin, Karim Traore, Donald Z. Osborn, David Schoenbrun, and Neil Parsons.
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  • Tribal/Ethnic/Language Groups, 26 May-20 June 1995:
    • Gregory Barz, Thomas M. Costa, Claire Dehon, Fikru N. Gebrekidan, James G. Holley III, Wole Ife, Nancy Jacobs, Samuel Kasule, Immaculate Kizza, Louise Leonard, Mark Lilleleht, Peter Limb, Richard Lobban, Chris Lowe, Harold G. Marcus, Pekka Masonen, Guy-Maurille Massamba, Wolf Roder, Kelly Tucker, and Eric M. Washington.
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Leopold, King of Belgium:

  • 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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Literacy:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) African Literacy, 14-28 October 1997:
    • Paul Landau, Gordon Thomasson, Susan Gasster, Ann McDougall, John Edward Philips, James Blaut, Stephen Belcher, and John Edward Philips.
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Lugard, Frederick:

Maasai:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Maasai and Supermodels, Africa in the Media (February 1998)(March 1998), and (August 1998), 28 February - 10 August 1998:
    • John P. Dunn, Kenneth Wylie, Neil Lettinga, Jonathan Reynolds, Misty Bastian, Kenneth Wylie, Lawrence Mbogoni, Bill Youngs, Richard Matheron, Ken Harrow, Joel Samoff, Claire L. Dehon, Stephan Buhnen, John Casson, Betsy Hanzimanolis, Jonathan Reynolds, Bob White, Stephen M. Shea, Ron Mcgee, Bill Youngs, C. Abbott, Atieno Odhiambo, Stephen Orvis, Jonathan Reynolds and Jordan Shapiro.
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Makeba, Miriam:

  • Miriam Makeba, 3 July - 23 July 2001:
    • Robert Cummings, Sidney Allinson (2), Gerald Horne, Dorothy Woodson, Walusako Mwalilino, J. Brooks Spector, Manu Herbstein, David Philips, and Neo Ramoupi.
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Malaria:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Anti-Malarial Drugs (February 1997)(May 1997), and (June 1997), 7 February - 11 June 1997:
    • Allison Drew, Elisa Forgey, Mike Yates, Barbara Sparks, Peter Mark, Jamie Monson, Judith Krieger, Jane Santeusanio, Kara Ellis Skora, Liz Ten Dyke, Roberta Ann Dunbar, Cecil Blake, Abosede George, Don Gordon, Harry Marks, Scott MacEachern, Pier Larson, Stephen Rockel, Zeric Kay Smith, Paul Indeglia, Kathleen Sheldon, Marion E. Doro, Bill Bravman, Barbara Sparks, Don Osborn, David A. Chappel, Paul Landau, Walter Clarke, Ken Wilburn, Taja-Nia Henderson, Jessica Shadian, Elaine Robinson, Andrew Richards, Bob Cancel, Jane Hale, John Edward Philips, Eric Ross, Elisa Forgey, and Julie Cormack.
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