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New Books in African Studies
Interviews with Scholars of Africa about their New Books
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4.6 stars from 18 ratings
Jah Kingdom intw
Too bad the interview of Monique Bedasse is barely audible, I was so curious about it. Is there a better recorded version ?
juligamp via Apple Podcasts · Switzerland · 07/02/20
Great ideas!
Great podcast that delves deep into contemporary and historic Africa!
Kioriki via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/11/16
keyon6041 via Apple Podcasts · Turks and Caicos Islands · 03/17/16
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