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Article Anne Ruderman; Marlous van Waijenburg (Summer 2023)
(Un)principled Agents: Monitoring Loyalty after the End of the Royal African Company Monopoly. Business History Review (pp. 247-281). (/isis/citation/CBB436519364/) unapi

Article Leigh Gardner (Summer 2023)
Slavery, Coercion, and Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Business History Review (pp. 199-223). (/isis/citation/CBB850897454/) unapi

Article Nicholas Radburn (Summer 2023)
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Article Mary E. Hicks (Summer 2023)
Captivity's Commerce: The Theory and Methodology of Slaving and Capitalism. Business History Review (pp. 225-246). (/isis/citation/CBB191623786/) unapi

Book George Ogola (2023)
The Future of Television in the Global South: Reflections from Selected Countries. (/isis/citation/CBB491303826/) unapi

Article J. A. Edgington (2023)
Three botanical watercolours by Richard Bradley (c.1688–1732) including of coffee and cinnamon. Archives of Natural History (pp. 210-211). (/isis/citation/CBB279891342/) unapi

Book Lacey Sparks (2023)
Women and the Rise of Nutrition Science in Interwar Britain and British Africa. (/isis/citation/CBB595780963/) unapi

Article Victor M. Gwande (Spring 2023)
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Debate: Why Study Precolonial African Technology and Material Culture?. Technology and Culture (pp. 665-676). (/isis/citation/CBB676142175/) unapi

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What about the race between education and technology in the Global South? Comparing skill premiums in colonial Africa and Asia. Economic History Review (pp. 941-978). (/isis/citation/CBB579182681/) unapi

Article Moreno Campetella (2022)
Le nuove realtà naturali nei resoconti dei viaggi di scoperta in Oriente e in Africa nel XVI e XVII secolo: uno studio lessicologico ed epistemologico. Geostorie, Bolletino e Notiziario del Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico-Geografici (pp. 91-114). (/isis/citation/CBB617026120/) unapi

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From Defensive to Transformative Business Diplomacy: The British South Africa Company and the End of Chartered Company Rule in Rhodesia, 1910–1925. Business History Review (pp. 777-803). (/isis/citation/CBB962839441/) unapi

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Portuguese Philosophy of Technology: Legacies and contemporary work from the Portuguese-Speaking Community. (/isis/citation/CBB803979019/) unapi

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A New Definition of the Black Death: Genetic Findings and Historical Interpretations. De Medio Aevo (pp. 139-155). (/isis/citation/CBB997380355/) unapi

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A New Pastoral Frontier: Colonial Development, Environmental Knowledge, and the Introduction of Trypanotolerant Cattle in French Equatorial Africa, 1945–1960. Environmental History (pp. 692-721). (/isis/citation/CBB599877246/) unapi

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Reterritorializing the Future: Writing Environmental Histories of the Oil Crisis from Tanzania. Environmental History (pp. 747-771). (/isis/citation/CBB757796792/) unapi

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Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire: Pyric Technologies and African Pipes in the Early Modern World. Osiris: A Research Journal Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 139-162). (/isis/citation/CBB843102085/) unapi

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Imagining imperial frontiers: Photography-as-cartography in the mapping of eastern Africa. Journal of Historical Geography (pp. 68-82). (/isis/citation/CBB733527417/) unapi


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