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  • 1. Dirty Democracy and State Terrorism: The Politics of the New Authoritarianism in the United States—Henry A. Giroux

    2. Introduction—Madeleine Dobie and Rebecca Saunders

    3. Criminal Law of French Origin and Criminal Behavior of African Occult Origin: The Modernity of Witchcraft Trials in the West of the Republic of the Ivory Coast—Veerle Van Gijsegem

    4. France, Empire, Europe: Out of Africa?—Jonathan Gosnell

    5. The Afrocentric Paradigm and Womanist Agendas in Ousmane Sembène's Faat Kiné (2001)—Valérie Orlando

    6. The Colony Strikes Back: African Protest Movements in Postcolonial France—Abdoulaye Gueye

    7. African Youth in the Global Economy: Fatou Diome's Le ventre de l'Atlantique—Dominic Thomas

    8. Venereal Disease in Iran (1855-2005): A Public Affair—Willem Floor

    9. Blurring Private and Public Lives by Design: Isfahan University of Technology, 1977-2005—Camron Michael Amin

    10. Manipulating Private Lives and Public Spaces in Qashqa'i Society in Iran—Lois Beck and Julia Huang

    11. A Critical Stage: The Role of Secular Alternative Theatre in Pakistan, Fawzia Afzal-Khan—Aparna Dharwadker

    12. The Performance of Human Rights in Morocco, Susan Slyomovics— Valérie Orlando

    13. Writing as Resistance: Life Stories of Imprisonment, Exile, and Homecoming from Apartheid South Africa, Paul Gready—Raphael Chijioke Njoku

    14. Broken Lives and Other Stories, Anthonia C. Kalu—Marie-Christine Garneau

    15. Gandhi in His Times and Ours, David Hardiman—Bali Sahota

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