A scholarly journal devoted to the study of African societies and cultures. Editorial emphasis is placed on an interdisciplinary approach to African studies by the inclusion of topics in social sciences, history, the environment, and life sciences. Each i

Articles from Vol. 66, No. 4, Fall

The Domestication of Modernity: Different Trajectories
The following two articles were originally presented at a four-day seminar on the 'domestication' of modernity in Leiden and The Hague in June 1995.(1) The aim of the seminar was to compare the different trajectories in which African societies try to...
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