Contributors: Ann Albuyeh, Zermarie Deacon, Alicia C. Decker, Aména Moïnfar, Kayode Omoniyi Ogunfolabi, Sabrina Parent, Susan Rasmussen, Michael Sharp, Cheryl Sterling, Hetty ter Haar, Melissa Tully, Pamela Wadende, Metasebia Woldemariam, Jonathan Zilberg.
Toyin Falola is the Jacob and Frances Sanger Mossiker Chair in the Humanities and University Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of Texas at Austin.
Hetty ter Haar is an independent researcher in England.
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Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora
University of Rochester Press
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Table of Contents
Wars of Words: Enlisting Colonial Languages in the Fight for Independence in Africa
Alternative Representations of War in Africa: New Times and Ethiopia News Coverage of the 1935-1941 Italian-Ethiopian War
All's Well in the Colony: Newspaper Coverage of the Mau Mau Movement, 1952-1956
Pedagogies of Pain: Teaching "Women, War, and Militarism in Africa"
Women and War: A Kenyan Experience
Mass Rape as a Weapon of War in the Eastern DRC
Mozambique: The Gendered Impact of Warfare
Acting as Heroic: Creativity and Political Violence in Tuareg Theater in Northern Mali
Representations of War and Peace in Selected Works of Ben Okri
Visions of War, Testaments of Peace: The "Burden" of Sierra Leone
(Re)Writing the Massacre of Thiaroye
In Search of Lost Kabyles in Mehdi Lallaoui's La colline aux oliviers
"Lament for the Casualties": The Nigerian War of 1967-1970 and the Poetry of John Pepper Clark-Bekederemo