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Africa in Translation: A History of Colonial Linguistics in Germany and Beyond, 1814–1945 By Sara Pugach University of Michigan Press, 2012, 303 pp.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  30 August 2016

Mélissa Gélinas*
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


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