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Origins:

  • Origins Myths, 1-4 November 2001:
    • Brett Shadle, Mel Page, Anthony De V. Phillips, Kimani Njogu, Tama Hamilton-Wray, and Stephen Belcher.
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Pan-Africa:

Performance:

  • Puppets and Politics, 11 October - 6 November 2000:
    • Gregory Mann, M. Jane Bryce, Allen Roberts, Neil Parsons, Stephanie Marlin-Curiel, Robyn Sassen, Malcolm Payne, Javier Lopez Pinon (2), John M. Peffer, Chika Obiajulu Okeke, and John Gray.
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Politics:

Population:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Population Figures for the Black World (February), and (March), 21 February - 5 March 2000:
    • Dee Woodtor, John P. Dunn, Umeme Sababu, William C. Fellows, Kenneth W. Harrow, Martin Klein, Dee Woodtor, Allen Roberts, Mamaissii Vivian Dansi Hounon, William C. Fellows, Peter Limb, Iain Walker, Audra A. Diptee, James M. Blaut, Chris Lowe, and Neil Parsons.
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Postmodernism:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Maps, Postmodernism and Knowledge, 2-11 November 1997:
    • Chris Lowe, Jim Blaut, Chris Lowe, Ralph Austen, Jim Blaut, Elias Bongmba, Ken Harrow, Jim Blaut, Thom McClendon, Chris Lowe, Elias Bongmba, Ralph Austen, and David Brown.
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  • Postmodernism and Modern Africa, 22-31 May 1995:
    • Beth Buggenhagen, Claire Dehon, David Ericson, Bruce Janz, Samuel Kasule, Martin Klein, Mary Lanser, Chris Lowe, Denise Miller, David Moore, and George Steffen.
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Post-neocolonialism:

  • Post-neocolonialism in Africa (April 2000) and (May 2000), 27 April - 3 May 2000:
    • Robert Mitchell, Misbahudeen Ahmed-Rufai (2), John Pape, Thierry Ngoufan Happi, Martin Klein (2), Eugene L. Mendonsa (2), Chris Lowe, Robert Mitchell, Ralph Austen, Mackie J.V. Blanton (2), John Thornton, Nancy Jean Lust, Jim Sanders, David A. Chappell, Perry Kyles, and J. Carl Dealy.
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Pottery:

Power:

  • (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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  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Decision-making in Africa, 13-30 May 1998:
    • Kindane Mengisteab (twice), Manelisi Genge, Nikitah Okembe-Ra Imani, Judith Van Allen, Timothy Dwight Nevin, Misty L. Bastian, Elias K. Bongmba, Jean-Claude Mporamazina, Nikitah Okembe-Ra Imani, and John Thornton.
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  • Ngwenyama: Meat Eating and Power, 22 January-12 February 1996:
    • Leland C. Barrows, Misty Bastian, Stephen Belcher, N. Blyden, Richards Bradshaw, Colin Darch, Claire Dehon, Steven Feierman, Paul S. Landau, Peter Limb, Chris Lowe, Richard Matheron, John Edward Philips, Peter A. Rogers, David A. Samper, David Lee Schoenbrun, Keith Tankard, Gordon C. Thomasson, BerhaneSelassie Tsehai, and Brad Laurence Weiss.
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Primitivism:

  • (Click on, then scroll down to) Primitivism, 23-29 April 1997:
    • Peter Limb, Gordon C. Thomasson, Pier M. Larson, Paul Landau, Colleen Kriger, and BerhaneSelassie Tsehai.
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Proverbs:

  • It Takes a Whole Village to Raise a Child, 25 January-5 February 1996:
    • Ralph Austen, Misty Bastian, Edna G. Bay, Phyllis Bischof, Mary Brady, Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch, Claire Dehon, David Ericson, Greg Finnegan, Edward H. Knoblauch, Christopher P. Koch, Bob LaRue, Chris Lowe, Lawrence Mbogoni, Jim McCann, Bruce Moyer, Apollos Nwauwa, Prema Qadir, David Lee Schoenbrun, M. Smith, and Gretchen Walsh.
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Race (See also Ethnicity):

  • (Please click on, then scroll down to) Mixed Race Peoples, 17-29 October 1996:
    • Iain Walker, David Kalivas, Adam Jones, Pamela Scully, Thom McClendon, Robert R. Edgar, Stanley Nadel, Peter Limb, Chris Lowe, Martin Klein, Brian Siegel, David Killick, J. Brookes Spector, Allen Howard, Roy du Pre, and Iain Walker.
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