African Encounters with Domesticity

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The history of colonial toilets has yet to be written. Who disposed of the colonizers' excrement is an important historical question, and the key to mapping the rituals of deference and gender imaging that I adumbrate here. On Africa, Africans, and excrement, see Mbembe ( 1990) and Epelboin ( 1981- 1982).

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