West Africa Review has just published issue 18. Subscription is needed to read West Africa Review. You can purchase a monthly, semi-annual, or yearly subscription to read West Africa Review, or you may pay a flat rate to access and read an article. The Table of Contents for the issue is below.

No 18  (2011)

This issue introduces Podicle, a new form of engagement for scholarly discourse.

Transfixing Beauty: The Allure of Maiden Bodies
Nkiru Nzegwu

Initiation into Kaïdara’s World: An Engagement of Esoteric Knowledge in Fulani Tradition
Monika Brodnicka

Invisible Missive Magnetic Juju: On African Cyber Crime
Louis Chude-Sokei

An Idiomatic Victory: Postmodern Ethnography in Arrow of God
Julia Istomina

Magnitude and Impact of Youth Unemployment in Ghana
Michael Poku-Boansi and Sam Afrane

Podicles

Introducing Podicle: Configuring the Basis of Engagement and Knowledge Dissemination of
Scholarly Discourse

Azuka Nzegwu

Violent Resolutions in African Fiction
Adeleke Adeeko

Africa in the Imagination of the West
Kelechi Kalu

Senghor and the Negritude Movement
Cheikh Thiam

Violence and Africa
Cheikh Thiam

Rwanda and the Writing of Memory
George MacLeod

Violence, Trauma and Recovery in Literature from the Congo
Ng'ang'a wa Muchiri


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